Tamiya Model #24357 - 1/24 Lotus Super 7 Series II [24357]

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1/24 Sports Car Series no.357
Lotus Super 7 Series II
Item No: 24357

Length: 139mm.

One for the Ages
Legendary British manufacturer Lotus manufactured the legendary Seven between 1957 and 1973, helping cement this lightweight kit car in the public's imagination across four model Series. The Series II car - the most prolifically produced - was announced in 1960; it had a redesigned frame, modified rear suspension, and smaller 13-inch wheels. Nose cowl and fenders were switched from aluminum to FRP, while in Super 7 cars, a higher-performance engine was employed. Although Lotus ended production in 1973, Caterham took over its manufacture and the car still thrills enthusiasts today, under the name of Caterham Seven.

About the Model
★This is a 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 139mm, width: 61mm, height: 41mm. ★The classic, streamlined 2-seater form is captured in style. ★Features a detailed rendering of the inline-four engine, with carburetors, exhausts and transmission accurately depicted. ★Suspension is also authentically depicted: the front setup with stabilizer-cum-upper arm, and the rear trailing arm design with rigid setup. ★Metal air funnels for the engine, plus a host of photo-etched parts, make for an ultra-realistic finish. ★Metal-plated parts are used for headlight rings, hub caps and more. ★Choose whether to assemble as a road car, or a Clubman racer.

★The classic 2-seater form is captured in style, complete with renderings of the "clam shell" front fenders.
★The bonnet is removable, allowing appreciation of the detailed inline-four engine with metal and photo-etched parts.
★The model can be assembled as a Clubman racer, with unique parts such as separate windshields and a roll bar.
★Left: This is the photo-etched parts fret, which includes depictions of front grille, radiator and belt parts.
★Right: A host of decals comes in the kit, including three seatbelt types, Clubman racer numbers and much more.

Information is current as of October 14, 2020. Specifications are subject to change without notice.