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TYRRELL 003 1971 MONACO GP

Item No. 12054
The Tyrrell team made their Formula One bow in 1968 using the Matra Ford and quickly achieved excellent results, with a drivers' championship for Jackie Stewart the next season. From the 11th race of 1970 in Canada, the team debuted the in-house designed 001, which paved the way for the 003 and 002

Description

The Tyrrell team made their Formula One bow in 1968 using the Matra Ford and quickly achieved excellent results, with a drivers' championship for Jackie Stewart the next season. From the 11th race of 1970 in Canada, the team debuted the in-house designed 001, which paved the way for the 003 and 002 cars piloted in 1971 by Stewart and François Cevert respectively. While a unique integrated front wing and nose with radiator just below caught the eye, the 003 utilized an otherwise orthodox, reliable setup. Stewart achieved 6 wins in 11 races including the Monaco GP, more than enough for that season's drivers' and constructors' titles. Now, the car is immortalized in Tamiya 1/12 scale.

β€’ 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 345mm, width: 170mm, height: 70mm.
β€’ The model realistically captures the T-shaped, flat nose cowling - called "hammer head" - of the 003 which raced in the 1971 Monaco GP, plus the rounded body panels.
β€’ Steering wheel moves front wheels.
β€’ Body upper cowling and nose parts can be removed even after assembly. (Includes stand to put these removed parts)
β€’ Front and rear suspension employs coil springs.
β€’ Exquisite rendering of DFV engine realistically recreates pipes and wiring.
β€’ Photo-etched parts are included to depict radiator, wing end plates, seatbelt buckle parts and more.
β€’ Comes with high-quality Cartograf decals.

TYRRELL 003 1971 MONACO GP

Item No. 12054
The Tyrrell team made their Formula One bow in 1968 using the Matra Ford and quickly achieved excellent results, with a drivers' championship for Jackie Stewart the next season. From the 11th race of 1970 in Canada, the team debuted the in-house designed 001, which paved the way for the 003 and 002

Description

The Tyrrell team made their Formula One bow in 1968 using the Matra Ford and quickly achieved excellent results, with a drivers' championship for Jackie Stewart the next season. From the 11th race of 1970 in Canada, the team debuted the in-house designed 001, which paved the way for the 003 and 002 cars piloted in 1971 by Stewart and François Cevert respectively. While a unique integrated front wing and nose with radiator just below caught the eye, the 003 utilized an otherwise orthodox, reliable setup. Stewart achieved 6 wins in 11 races including the Monaco GP, more than enough for that season's drivers' and constructors' titles. Now, the car is immortalized in Tamiya 1/12 scale.

β€’ 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 345mm, width: 170mm, height: 70mm.
β€’ The model realistically captures the T-shaped, flat nose cowling - called "hammer head" - of the 003 which raced in the 1971 Monaco GP, plus the rounded body panels.
β€’ Steering wheel moves front wheels.
β€’ Body upper cowling and nose parts can be removed even after assembly. (Includes stand to put these removed parts)
β€’ Front and rear suspension employs coil springs.
β€’ Exquisite rendering of DFV engine realistically recreates pipes and wiring.
β€’ Photo-etched parts are included to depict radiator, wing end plates, seatbelt buckle parts and more.
β€’ Comes with high-quality Cartograf decals.