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1/43scale Multi-Material Kit : M19

Now on sale [ April 2017 Released ]

2017.04.17 New image(s) have been uploaded for viewing.

About the M19
In 1970 the McLaren team faced a dire situation having lost team driver/owner Bruce McLaren in an accident. Now under Teddy Meyer’s control, the team decided to deviate from the cigar . The result was McLaren’s entry for the 1971 season: the M19.
The M19 came equipped with a a new suspension structure and fuel tanks installed on both sides to lower the center of gravity, which also lead to the unique coke bottle shaped cowl. Debuting as the M19A in 1971 it suffered a hard season, however with Yardley becoming the main sponsors in 1972 it managed to gain a victory at the South African GP. The car was further remodeled into the lighter M19C, and it raced until partway through the 1973 season until it became replaced by the M23.


Kit Details
– a full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, photo etching, silk screen decals, vacuum parts etc.
– design based off 1/20 scale kit designed with simpler building scheme in mind without losing focus on preservation of detail
– front cowl/bonnet can be removed, allowing full view of the detailed interior after completion.
– wheel rims, rear damper and funnels included as turned metal parts

K584 Ver.A [ M19A : 1971 Rd.10 Canadian GP #9 D.Hulme / Rd.11 U.S. GP #7 D.Hulme ]

– based on the 1971 M19A model dressed in the orange team colour.
– includes sports car nose used in the final preliminary U.S. GP race on top of the normal nose type

K585 Ver.B [ M19A “SUNOCO” : 1971 Rd.10 Canadian GP #10 M.Donohue / Rd.11 U.S. GP #31 D.Hobbs ]

– based on the Penske-White Racing sponsored M19A that raced in the 1971 Canadian GP and U.S. GP, with M. Donohue claiming 3rd place at the Canadian GP and D. Hobbs at 10th place at the U.S. GP.
– features alternate body and roll bar design compared to Ver. A/Ver. C

K586 Ver.C [ M19A : 1972 Rd.2 South African GP #12 D.Hulme #14 P.Revson / Rd.5 Belgian GP M19C #9 D.Hulme M19A #10 P.Revson ]

– based on the Yardley sponsored version used both in 1971 and 1972, featuring a different induction pod from other versions.
– variation includes version used by D. Hulme at the 1972 South African GP where he claimed the only championship for the M19, and the M19C variation used at the Belgian GP.



K584 K585 K586 1/43scale Multi-Material Kit : M19¥13000 (+Tax)
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