The transkit consists of 37 small details - English and Italian assembly instructions are included - new colors for yourLIFECOLORengine
Lancia Rally 037 was born in the Golden Age of rally racing with the sole purpose of replacing the glorious Fiat 131 Abarth group 4, which in 1980 gave Fiat its third designer title. The Lancia Rally became a powerful racing car, first with a carburate engine and then with an Evolution 1 (EVO1) injection engine, which has won many international victories. To remain competitive in the World Rally Championship, the Evolution 2 (EVO 2) upgrade was developed for the car. This modernization entailed an increase in engine displacement from 1995 to 2111 m3. with a reinforced block, the entire intake system was modified with a new manifold and a new air filter. Its compressed air ventilation system no longer dissipates in a vacuum, but directs the air flow to a new transmission oil cooler, located in a metal box on the central part. Then a pump is added to the ZF gearbox to connect the gearbox itself to the radiator (clearly visible in the final part under the muffler). The Evo 2 was rated at 325 hp. At a staggering 8000 rpm. Officially, itwas used in the 1984 and 1985 World Championships, and will then was replaced by the S4. In accordance with the homologation rules, Lancia produced only 20 Evo 2 cars of specification 037, all-wheel drive World Rally Cars (serial numbers 400 to 420). From a modeling standpoint, our transkit can be used with all Hasegawa kits in 1/24 scale. However, these must be cars registered for participation in races held from 1 January 1984. In the period from 1 August 1982 to December 31, 1983 we are talking about EVO1.
Project by Claudio de Bellis Produced by GPmodeling
The motor kit is handcrafted and produced with a 3D resin printer. It is not a LANCIA brand kit but a very faithful replica of the 1/1 scale version. The motor is sold disassembled, suitable for experienced modellers only.