26th June 2014

Unser’s Eagle Has Landed!

posted in Endurance, Resin, Formula 1 |

Today Spark released 13 new 1:43 resin replicas.

The star of the show was the latest addition to the brand’s Indianapolis 500 Winners Collection: Bobby Unser’s Eagle Mk.4 from 1968 (SPA43IN68).

Sticking with single seaters, we also received classic F1 subjects that have never been replicated before in the form of Raul Boesel’s Ligier JS21 from the 1981 Monaco Grand Prix (SPK1794), and the unusual LDS that was raced by Sam Tingle in the 1968 South African Grand Prix (SPK2978).

There were a couple of nice endurance racing subjects too, including the Gulf liveried Ford GT40 that Paul Hawkins and David Hobbs drove in the 1968 Le Mans 24 Hours (SPK4069), and the Toyota 86C that raced at Le Mans in 1986 in the hands of Geoff Lees, Satoru Nakajima and Masanori Sekiya (SPK2352).

The only 1:18 replica on the delivery was the 1956 Lotus Eleven Club (SPA18S091).

Click here to see all of Spark’s new releases.

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