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Exoto 1/18 Porsche 934 RSR #56 JMS "X-Ray" 1977 Le Mans 24 Hours RLG19090

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Exoto #: RLG19090
Driven by Jean-Louis Bousquet/Cyril Grandet/Philippe Dagoreau
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The Porsche 934 was a racing version of the Porsche 911 Turbo, prepared to FIA Group 4 rules, similar to the Porsche 935 which was prepared to FIA Group 5 rules. It was introduced for the 1976 racing season and was manufactured for two years, 1976 and 1977, with at least 400 being manufactured.

Exoto has recreated the JMS X-Ray Porsche 934RSR driven by Jean-Louis Bousquet, Cyril Grandet, and Philippe Dagoreauin the 1977 24 Hours of Le Mans in grand 1/18 scale. It's full of the features we've come to expect from Exoto including:

Here's a little more info on the car, as provided by Exoto.com:

The drivers of the JMS Racing-entered Porsche 934 didn't make life easy for their pit crew: the stunning looking "X-Ray" car left the road twice! In addition to bodywork repairs that left the black Porsche looking very badly abused by the end of the 24 Hours, the mechanics also toiled to replace a turbocharger on Sunday morning, delaying progress considerably.

Nevertheless, the all-French trio of Jean-Louis Bousquet, Cyril Grandet (who was originally slated to drive the team's "X-Ray" 935 which finished 3rd overall and 1st in Group 5), and Philippe Dagoreau finished in 19th place overall.
RLG19090 1977 Porsche 934 RSR Version: 1977 Le Mans, JMS "X-Ray" Drivers: Jean-Louis Bousquet, Cyril Grandet, Philippe Dagoreau Features: Limited Edition of 1977 pieces

The drivers of the JMS Racing-entered Porsche 934 didn't make life easy for their pit crew: the stunning looking "X-Ray" car left the road twice! In addition to bodywork repairs that left the black Porsche looking very badly abused by the end of the 24 Hours, the mechanics also toiled to replace a turbocharger on Sunday morning, delaying progress considerably.

Nevertheless, the all-French trio of Jean-Louis Bousquet, Cyril Grandet (who was originally slated to drive the team's "X-Ray" 935 which finished 3rd overall and 1st in Group 5), and Philippe Dagoreau finished in 19th place overall.

When the checkered flag fell, the "X-Ray" 934 had secured a third in Group 4 by covering 2,144.88 miles at an average speed of 89.37mph. The Kremer-entered Burton 934 took victory in Group 4, in 7th place overall... the only other 934 to finish the grueling event 

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