2 Doors Required, Roof is Optional.
Tamiya proudly presents Part 3 of our quality 1/64 scale Collector's Club line of display models. This time we bring you 6 of the best sports cars that Japanese makers have to offer. Both the roadsters and the coupes feature detailed interiors and all have doors that can be opened and closed.
Compact Size for Space-Saving Displays
With a length of approximately 7cm, these die-cast models are perfect for collectors who have limited shelf space. Each model comes with its own quality display base and the windowed packaging allows them to be displayed right in the box.
1/64 Collector's Club Mini Catalog
The Eunos Roadster is the Japanese version of the Mazda Miata that debuted at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show. With a slick-shifting transmission and front engine rear wheel drive layout, it is still considered one of the best roadsters ever produced by any company. (Length: 62mm)
■Nissan Skyline GT-R（R32）
The 8th generation Skyline's flagship GT-R model made its debut in 1989 and had such hi-tech features as a 280hp twin turbo inline-6 engine, 4WD, and 4-wheel steering. (Length: 71mm)
This 2nd generation Supra debuted at the Chicago Motor Show in 1993 and featured a powerful inline-6 engine mounted in a wide-bodied, rear wheel drive chassis, making it a very formidable sports car. (Length: 71mm)
The S2000 was created to commemorate Honda's 50th Anniversary, and the Type V with its advanced Variable Gear Ratio Steering system was released in July 2000. This system made the already ultra-responsive roadster even more fun to drive. (Length: 66mm)
The long-awaited 5th generation Z was shown to the public at the 2001 Tokyo Auto Show. It's 3.5 liter V6 engine was mated with a 6-speed transmission, giving the car top-class performance. (Length: 68mm)
■Nissan Skyline GT-R V-spec II（R34）
After its release in January 1999, the R34 GT-R got some upgrades including larger rear disc brakes and a new carbon fiber hood with NACA duct to result in the V-spec II. (Length: 72mm)