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Italeri Range Rover Classic 50th Anniversary 1:24 Scale

Part No:
IT3629
Brand:
Italeri

Price: 37.50 incl. VAT
Approx: 34.69 / US$42.50 Tax Free




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LIMITED EDITION WITH SEQUENTIALLY NUMBERED HOLOGRAM

The Range Rover Classic can be seen as a milestone in the history of off-road vehicles. It was produced in numerous variants and versions from 1970 to 1996. It was the first vehicle to be manufactured under the "Range Rover" brand and was available in a two- or four-door version from 1981. Thanks to its 4x4 traction and its sturdy structure, easy to build but very reliable, the Range Rover was able to achieve very good off-road performances. The vehicle soon enjoyed great commercial success around the world. The Range Rover has also been widely used by bodybuilders to create numerous specialized versions that can meet all kinds of needs. Continuously improved throughout its career in terms of engines, mechanical properties, interiors and details, it has always retained its role as an "Off-Road" and "Made in England" symbol. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its launch, we have created a special limited edition with a numbered hologram.

The Ford Escort Mk 2 was launched in 1975. It was a significant evolution compared to the Escort Mk 1 that debuted at Brussels Motor Show in January 1968. It used the reliable mechanical components as the Mk 1 but adopted a new design based on a squared-style look able to be in line with the aesthetic and stylistic taste of the 70s. The product range was wide, declined in three body styles (2 doors, 4 doors and 3 doors station wagon), five type of engines and a significant variety of settings and configurations. The Escort Mk 2 was mainly produced in the Ford Group German plants and achieved a good commercial success. In addition to the more classic version, it was also released the Escort Sport version characterized by a more aggressive look and distinctive sport interiors. To compete, successfully, in World Rally Championship, a dedicated model, the RS 1800, was introduced to complete the line up. Successful results has been achieved. The team Waldegård Björn - Thorszelius Hans, that got the second place in the Wordl-famous Monte Carlo Rally in 1979, won the World Rally Championship at the end of the year. The Motosport team also achieved excellent results with the other team, ranked fifth in the Monaco 1979 sport event, formed by Mikkola Hannu and Hertz Arnee.

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