Big scale series
Length: 333mm (Image shows assembled and painted model kit)
Honda's 3 Liter F1 Machine 】 In 1966, Formula 1 regulations were changed and indicated a move from cars with 1.5 liter engines to those with 3 liter ones. Having finally tasted success with the 1.5 liter RA272 the year before, the green Honda engineers unfortunately had to start from scratch again, and the RA273 was not ready until the Italian GP in the 1966. Featuring a lightweight monocoque frame with aluminum panels and powered by a 90 degree V-12 engine, the car was driven by Richie Ginther and John Surtees, with Ginther finishing the season in a respectable 4th place overall.
About the Model 】 ★Length: 333mm, Width: 143mm, Height: 70mm ★Meticulously detailed V-12 engine features fuel pipes and ignition cables. The 12 exhaust funnels are made from shaved aluminum. ★Fully-movable front and rear suspensions are equipped with metal coil springs for life-like operation. ★Moving the steering wheel actually turns the front wheels. ★Nose cowling can be attached and removed even after assembly to display radiator and water tank. ★Extensive set of photo-etched parts, including brake discs, oil cooler, and steering wheel spokes are included for the ultimate finish. ★Manufacturer emblems, mirror surfaces, and instrument panel depicted with metal transfers. ★Hollow rubber tires with accurate tread patterns add to the model's racing feel. ★1 driver figure included. ★3 types of markings included to depict cars driven by Richie Ginther and John Surtees.