SICW24 Porsche 956C LH No.3 24h Le Mans Winner 1983


Item no.: SICW24
Scale: 1:32 Porsche 956C LH No.3 24h Le Mans Winner 1983.

Vern Schuppan, Hurley Haywood and Al Holbert.

The 956 model was created by Porsche in 1982 to compete in the new Group C category. It was replaced in 1985 by the similar 962 model. It was one of the most successful racing cars ever: it won four 24h Le Mans competitions consecutively, in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, and the World Car Manufacturer title three times. The car was powered by a 2.650 cc engine. Its monocoque aluminum chassis was new for Porsche, previously known for their space frame design. Through this change, the regulated minimum weight of 800 Kg was reached.
The victory of the Porsche n.3 of Holbert, Haywood and Schuppan on the n.2 of Ickx and Bell came mainly thanks to the American driver: the loss of a door had damaged the radiator and caused an engine bank to overheat, but Al Holbert, a mechanical engineer, managed to complete the race, despite the smoking engine that seized immediately after the finish line, that he crossed only 17″ ahead of Derek Bell … who in the meantime had run out of fuel. Notice how this edition was dominated by the Porsche 956 with 8 cars in the first 8 positions.

Ready to run 1/32 scale slot car comes in presentation box with limited edition numbered card.

  • Limited Edition of 1568
  • Fitted with precision mechanical parts
  • Aluminum rear wheels
  • Smooth gearing
  • Bronze spherical bushings
  • Adjustable front axle height



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