The Toyota Celica 1600GT, which appeared in October 1970, was the company's first car designed as a racer from the ground up, using the latest high tech computer aided design and wind tunnel testing to develop aerodynamic front and rear spoilers, headlamp covers and overfender. With its new dry sump 2T-G engine delivers high power and improved suspension arms, it was designed to rival the best touring cars in the sport.
The Macau Grand Prix is held every November at the Guia Circuit. At the 19th Macau GP held on November 25 1972, car No. 128 driven by driver Kiyoshi Misaki won the championship. In 1973, Nobuhide Tachi was second in car No. 26. Nobuhide Tachi drove the Celica in 1974 and 1975, achieved his second straight victory, and was called the "Tiger of Macau."
This kit comes with realistic rubber tires, transparent parts for windows and lights shields, and some sliver chrome plated light bucket and other parts, and a waterslide decal sheet for interior and detail.
This is a model kit needs assemble and paint.
Paint and glue are not included and need to purchase seperately.