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Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance
Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance

Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance Slot Race Car PCAR04D

Product ID : 45433351


Galleon Product ID 45433351
Shipping Weight 0.43 lbs
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Model PCAR04D
Manufacturer Policar
Shipping Dimension 7.01 x 4.02 x 2.99 inches
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Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance Features

  • Behind the Policar brand there is the work of the whole Slot. It team, a family owned company committed to bringing you the best quality spare parts and the most exciting slot car models for the last 20 years.

  • High Detail Racing Slot Car compatible with all 1:32 tracks

  • Inline DFV 23,000 RPM Motor 9 teeth pinion and 17 teeth inline gear

  • Front Rims: 13.8 x 7.9 mm PT1088C1

  • Rear Rims: 16 x 11.7 mm PPT1310C1


About Policar March 701#26 Monza 1971 1:32 Performance

The March 701 was built in just under 12 weeks, between November 1969 and February 1970, at March Engineering’s factory in Bicester. Designed by Robin Herd, it features distinctive wing shaped side fuel tanks.It was powered by a Ford-Cosworth DFV engine matched to a Hewland DG300 five-speed gearbox. The March 701 won three of its first four races, starting from pole position three times, but suffered from heavy weight and high polar inertia. It was driven amongst others by Jackie Stewart, Chris Amon, Jo Siffert, Jean-Pierre Jarier and Ronnie Peterson. This model reproduces the March 701 in which Jean-Pierre Jarier raced your second F1 GP at Monza in 1971.