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Porsche 908 Spyder " Flunder " n° 29 Le Mans 1970 1/43 Spark MAP02020615

Porsche 908 Spyder "Flunder" n°29

24h Le Mans 1970 

Edition Porscheplatz Juni 2015

FahrersHerbert Linge / Jonathan Williams

Maßstab: 1/43

Hersteller: Spark

Artikelnummer: MAP02020615

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Sorgen für spektakuläre Filmaufnahmen: Herbert Linge und Jonathan Williams im " schnellsten Kamerawagen der Welt " 

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Porsche 908 Spyder " Flunder " n° 29 Le Mans 1970 1/43 Spark MAP02020615

Porsche 908 Spyder " Flunder " n° 29 Le Mans 1970 1/43 Spark MAP02020615

Porsche 908 Spyder "Flunder" n°29

24h Le Mans 1970 

Edition Porscheplatz Juni 2015

FahrersHerbert Linge / Jonathan Williams

Maßstab: 1/43

Hersteller: Spark

Artikelnummer: MAP02020615

Exklusivmodell - 500 Stück

 

Sorgen für spektakuläre Filmaufnahmen: Herbert Linge und Jonathan Williams im " schnellsten Kamerawagen der Welt " 

Porsche 908 Spyder "Flunder" n°29

24h Le Mans 1970 

Edition Porscheplatz Juni 2015

Fahrers: Herbert Linge / Jonathan Williams

Maßstab: 1/43

Hersteller: Spark

Artikelnummer: MAP02020615

Exklusivmodell - 500 Stück

 

In 1970, Steve Mc Queen is forbidden to participate to the 24 hours of Le Mans by his insurers. The reason is that the actor has the left foot in a cast following a motorcycle accident, and the Porsche 917, which must be his for the film with Jackie Stewart as a driver is deemed particularly undriveable and unstable at high speed! So to live and reproduce accurately the legendary 24 hours race, McQueen decides to produce a film dedicated the famous race. The realism of the racing scenes are amazing and more realistic than ever. To give to the film this "live" feeling striking close to a documentary, the McQueen's production company had prepared specifically for the 24 Hours in 1970 a Porsche 908/2 Spyder with on-board cameras! This very special 908/2 is tested during the preliminary tests of 11 and 12 April 1970 with No. 48, number that had been previously assigned at Sebring. For the first time in history, an on-board camera is mounted on a competition car, the Porsche 908/2 receives the No. 29 for the start of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Driven by Herbert Linge and Jonathan Williams, the 908 "camera" will not be classified due to insufficient distance. Indeed, because of the many changes imposed by small rolls of film, the pilot had to pit every 2 laps, which means about 6 min movie!

  • Masstab 1/43
  • Typ Rennen