From True scale miniatures , TSM 1/43 Porsche 934/5 #0
1977 IMSA Laguna Seca 100Mi Winner
Interscope Racing (TSM430226), resin model
New expected from True scale miniatures, TSM 1/43 Porsche 934/5 #61 1977 Sebring 12 Hr 3rd Place (TSM430225), resin model. (website)
New expected by Top Speed models in scale 1/18. These pictures are the prototypes. Expected later this year.
Schuco Porsche 934 Turbo #61 Brumos P. Gregg/J. Busby
The GT racing car Porsche 934 was designed for use by private teams in the Sports Car World Championship, the German Racing Championship Division 1 as well as for the IMSA-GT series.
Employed by a number of private Porsche customers, the Porsche 934, produced between 1976 and 1977, quickly became a successful model. The 1120 kg Coupé, achieved a large number of racing successes in the GP European Championship, the Brand World Championship for production cars and numerous national championships.
The 3 litre six cylinder turbo engine developed on the basis of the Porsche 930, formed the basis for the engine of the 934. With enlarged inlet and outlet ducts, the changed camshafts and the mechanical petrol injection employed for the first time in a Porsche racing car, the engine produced at a speed of 7000 rpm an output of 485 hp.
Schuco is now exclusively copying the Porsche 934 of the “Brumos Racing” team with the start number 61 as an exclusive die cast miniature. Peter Gregg and Jim Busby, the well known pair of drivers starting for “Brumos Racing”, in the American Porsche team, achieved 10th place during the 24 hours Daytona race in 1977 in the Porsche 934, which is now being produced in a scale of 1:18 by Schuco.
Through a multitude of lovingly created details and individual components, the Schuco models know how to impress and also provide as much class as the originals.
A free view of the highly detailed, horizontally opposed engine is available by opening the tailgate as well as via the underbody.
Like both doors, the hood can be opened and permits a view of the extensive racing equipment of this Schuco model.
New from Premium X models in scale 1/43, PORSCHE 934 #61 24H – Daytona – 1977
Hotwheels produced hundreds of Porsche models during the years. Espcially a lot of different 911 models. All kind of colors and varieties.
Due the interesting low price it easy to collect for young collectors (and the older guys of course).
Also the 934 turbo RSR, this is the black edition.
In june 2014 Tamiya released item no. 334 (24334) the 1/24 Sports Car Series Porsche 934 Turbo RSR Vaillant .
A Racing Thoroughbred
The unmistakable Porsche Turbo RSR Type 934 was based on the 930 Turbo, and developed to compete in international sports car racing in 1976, with 31 examples were produced. The same year, a 934 with a striking cobalt green livery and the German company Vaillant as main sponsor consistently tussled at the top of races in the DRM (German Racing Championship), taking the chequered flag in the 2nd, 4th and 10th races of the season.
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New from Spark models, scale 1/43, resin casting, Porsche 934, No.84, 24h Le Mans 1979 A.C.Verney/ R.Metge/P.Bardinon
From Spark, scale 1/43 in resincast, the Porsche 934, No.56, 3M, raced during the 24h Le Mans in 1977 driven by C.Grandet/J-L.Bouquet/ P.Dagoreau.
New this week from Schuco ;
Porsche 911 2.1 Carrera RSR Turbo “Martini”, / Art. no. 450890000, scale 1/43 in the Schuco Pro R series
Porsche 934 RSR #9 “Vaillant”, / Art. no. 452604300, scale 1/87 in the series edition 1:87.
The succesfull 934. This is the #65 driven by Bob Wollek, Didier Pironi and Marie -Claude Beamont in the Le mns 1976. The scale is 1/43,
Also expected is the 935 experimental from 1976, scale 1/43.
Tamiya, 1/24 Sports Car Series No.328, Porsche Turbo RSR Type 934 Jägermeister
Item No：24328, plastic kit, coming March 2013
Pictures: 285 b/w Bilder & 628 colorpictures
Size: 230mm x 265mm
Two legends, Porsche 934 and 935 based the Porsche 930 Turbo of the year 1974. Depending on the racing rules they were similar different cars: the 934 for the Group 4 (the so-called “improved Gran Turismo”) and the Porsche 935 for the endurance race in the FIA races . For years these turbo-Twins dominated the races world wide. This book tells their story: With all the technical data, race results and detailed biographies of the vehicles.