NuNu 1/24 Porsche 935 K3 1979 Le Mans Winner
- Cremer Porsche 935K3 was announced in 1979 by Cremer Racing, known as a Porsche tuner that has been active in Cologne, Germany since 1962.
- In line with the new rules of motor sports that began in 1976, the 935 turbo developed by Porsche for the Group 5 class has been tailored with the exclusive development of Cremer.
- It is 935K3 that is said to be the final evolution as Cremer's own 935.
- While maintaining the base design according to the regulations, minor improvements have been added to create high aerodynamic performance.
- The engine is equipped with a turbocharger on a horizontally opposed 6-cylinder 2994cc. 700 horsepower was generated.
- No. 41 Kremer Porsche 935K3, who participated in the 1979 Le Mans 24-hour race, was the top goal in a race that was turbulent in rough weather.
- Despite being a private team, he defeated the Works team and won the championship.
- The machine was later sold to private teams around the world and demonstrated its ability in Group 5 races in each country.