This white metal kit is a replica of a Formula 1 Brabham BT50 BMW "Test Car" race car driven by Nelson Piquet in car #5 at the 1981 British Grand Prix. Kit includes photo etched parts, decals and instructions. Photos of the actual car are shown still sealed in the clear plastic packaging and may not be clear. must be completely assembled. Kit weighs 5 oz.
The SLK "Silverline Series" kits are produced using non-opening components and without the use of technical applications. This makes it easier for their assembly and therefore easier for the non-experienced modelling enthusiast. The kit usually consists of about 100 components. The body, the lower part of the body and the main components are cast in white metal. All the flat components are made using a photoengraving process, whilst the tyres are made of real rubber. The smallest metal parts, for example the rims, the disc brakes and the aerial, are made of aluminium and of turned brass. The kits include a full colour instruction sheet and one set of transfer decals.
We're proud to offer Tameo kits of Italy to our customers. We have a passion for fine model kits and like many of you a love for classic cars. Tameo is the leading manufacturer (artisan) of miniature 1:43 scale all metal race car kits. Their kits are extraordinary in their detailing, historical accuracy and precision parts. Tameo is the preferred source of kits for the professional model builders. They cater to serious collectors and charge hundreds of dollars for each model they assemble and finish.