Lancia Stratos HF '1977 Monte-Carlo Rally Winner'

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  • Manufactured by: Hasegawa


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Hasegawa 1/24 Lancia Stratos HF '1977 Monte-Carlo Rally Winner'

-Lancia Stratos was developed as the world's first purpose built machine, and was born as an innovative midship machine with FRP cowl front and back.
-The 1970s rally power competition intensified as the years progressed, and in order to win, high performance and a lightweight and compact machine were required.
-Lancia abandoned the idea of making a rally machine based on a commercial vehicle so far, Stratos was developed only for the purpose of winning the world's first WRC title.
-In November 1970 Bertone announced the original Stratos at the Torino show, and in November 1971 the second prototype car with a midship layout was presented to Lancia.
-Participated in various events in the next year as a prototype, and proceeded with aging before entering the WRC.
-Stratos production started in October 1973, and Group 4 homologation was acquired in October 1974.
-Stratos defended the top from start to finish, showed an overwhelming performance, won a debut match and won the season's Makes title.
-In 1975, when it became a full-fledged entry, the Italian airline Alitalia Airlines won the 1975 Makes title as a main sponsor, and in 1976 it won the third consecutive year of the Makes title without losing its strength. Lancia Stratos is a leading rally car of the 1970s, with a great achievement and a brilliant record of winning three consecutive wins from 1975 to 1977 in the opening round of Monte Carlo.

-1977 Monte Carlo Rally Winner Car No.1 Driver S. Munari is reproduced.
-Thick headrests for Munari are also part parts.
-Retractable light can be opened and closed.

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