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Porsche 934 Turbo RSR
Debut Series HW City - Planet Heroes
Produced 2014-present
Designer Ryu Asada
Number CFH17
Porsche 934 Turbo RSR orange 2015


Versions

The Porsche 934 Turbo RSR has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
074 / 250 2014 HW City - Planet Heroes Orange Silver headlights, Porsche emblem on hood Dark Grey / Plastic Clear Black WSP CFH17 Malaysia Base code(s): G27,G29

2014 New Models

Porsche 934 Turbo RSR orange 2015
220 / 250 2015 HW Workshop - Garage Metalflake Black Silver headlights, Porsche emblem on front Grey / Plastic Clear Grey Gold WSP CFH62 Malaysia Base code(s): G37 Porsche 934 Turbo RSR Black
220 / 250 2015 HW Workshop - Garage Blue Silver headlights, Porsche emblem on front Black / Plastic Clear Black Black, Chrome rim MC5 CFJ67 Malaysia Base code(s): G49 HW-2015-220-Porsche 934 Turbo RSR-Garage
- 2015 Toy Fair Chrome Gold White "16" on hood and sides; "Hot Wheels" on sides Black / Metal Clear Black RR Malaysia Base code(s): Image Not Available
181 / 150 2016 Speed Graphics Blue Light Green, White & Red tampos, Falken Tire deco & '17' on sides & hood Black / Plastic Clear Black MC5 DHR77 Malaysia Base code(s): H36 HW-2016-181-Porsche 934 Turbo RSR-SpeedGraphics
181 / 150 2016 Speed Graphics Metalflake Silver Blue, White & Red tampos, Falken Tire deco & '17' on sides & hood Black / Plastic Clear Blue Black MC5 DHX58 Malaysia Base code(s): H43 Porsche934Silver

2015-card

From the back of the 2015-card:

Born: 1976
Birthplace: Leipzig, Germany
Designer: Porsche
Specialty: A 1970's racing version of the 911, this 2-door racer was built for top speeds in the 160 mph range. It's one of the last examples of a track winner that was also street-legal.


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