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The Porsche 934 was developed to enter the World Championship for Makes' Group 4 class in 1976. Based on the 930 Turbo, the 934 featured a powerful 2,994cc flat-six turbo engine which generated 485hp and 60kg/m of torque. 31 of this highly successful racecar were built; among them was that run by Kremer Racing, emblazoned with a distinctive cobalt green livery and featuring German air conditioning company Vaillant as its main sponsor. It took three victories in the 1976 DRM (German Racing Championship) season, carrying driver Bob Wollek to the top of the Division 1 drivers' standings.
This massive 1/12 scale model car kit recreates the iconic Porsche 934 with the Vaillant livery. From 1976, the commercially sold race car Porsche Turbo RSR was used in World Sportscar Championship races. As it was to be used in Group 4 GT class and the 930 Turbo was its base, it was called the 934. Its 2,993cc flat-6 turbo-charged engine thumped out an impressive 485hp with 62kg/m of torque. One of the 934 racecars was run in the 1976 DRM (German Racing Championship) by Kremer Racing. The cobalt green car took three victories that season, carrying driver Bob Wollek to the top of the Division 1 drivers standings.
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