#19 Limited Edition 1970 Porsche 917 1:8 Scale Salzburg Race Model

July 5th, 2018 by

Porsche Wichita is proud to announce the note worthy arrival of our limited edition (#19 of 50) 1970 Porsche 917 Salzburg 1:8 scale Race Model. In addition to the incredible craftsmanship and scale detail this model includes authentic signatures from the 1970 Le Mans race winners Richard Attwood and Hand Herrmann, wow! If you’re looking for a collectible piece of Porsche memorabilia or just want to share your love of Porsche racing heritage look no further. Click on the link below to see more pictures or inquire to purchase this amazing 1970 Porsche 917 scale model. This model is on display at Porsche Wichita, with only 50 examples of this model worldwide we encourage you to stop in and see it for yourself before its gone.

#19 Limited Edition 1970 Porsche 917 Scale Model

Key Features: Limited to only 50 pcs. Plexiglass cover. Made of resign. Technical details badge.
In red/white. Black interior. Scale 1:8

Engine: 4,494cc, twelve-cylinder, horizontally-opposed pistons, air-cooled, two valves per cylinder, four cogwheel-driven overhead camshafts
Power: 580 hp at 8,400rpm
Fuel system: Bosch mechanical, 12-piston, dual row pump, 120-litre (31.7-gallons) fuel tank
Transmission: Five speed gearbox, rear-wheel drive, limited-slip differential
Chassis: Aluminum tubular space frame, plastic body, independent suspension, coil springs, vented discs
Dimensions: Wheelbase 2,300mm (90.5in), length 4,140mm (163in), height 920mm (36in)
Weight: 800 kg (1763 lbs)
Performance: Top speed 340km/h (211mph)

Porsche Wichita is located at: 10900 E. 13th Street • Wichita, KS 67206 – Please call us at (316) 854-0113 or fill out the form below for more information.

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