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Item No:24323

1/24 Sports Car Series No.323

1/24 TOYOTA 86

Length: 177 mm. Image shows painted and assembled kit.

【 Bringing Back the Sport 】 Released in April 2012, the Toyota 86 is a lightweight, front-engine rear-wheel drive sports car that was co-developed by Toyota and Subaru. It is powered by a boxer 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine featuring Toyota's D-4S direct injection technology. From its ground-hugging form to its interior styling, everything about this car has been newly designed in the pursuit of providing a fun driving experience.
【 About the Model 】★Length: 177mm, Width: 84mm ★Dynamic body lines of the FR sports car are accurately reproduced. ★Hood may be posed open to showcase the detailed engine compartment with boxer engine. ★Front wheels are linked with steering wheel. ★Manufacturer emblems and mirror surfaces depicted with metal transfers. ★Underbody features suspension and drivetrain details. ★Metal-plated headlight and taillight fixtures add an eye-catching touch.
  • ■Parts for rear spoiler equipped on the GT Limited trim level included.
  • ■Pop open the hood with the included support to view the engine compartment.
  • ■Separate parts for the special emblems on the side panels.
  • ■Suspension, exhaust system, and drivetrain look just like the actual car.
  • ■Sporty interior comes with parts to depict a car with manual transmission.
  • ■In addition to water decals, window masks and metal transfers are also included.

Information is current as of May 30, 2012. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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