Porsche 911 (diecast 1:64, Customized)

  • Porsche 911 (from 1971)
  • Hot Wheels Umgebautes Modell
  • 1:64
  • Showcase model / No engine
  • diecast
  • others
  • locale dealer
  • In near mint condition
  • Original packaging does not exist
  • Not for sale
 
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Overview of the Original: Porsche 911

The Porsche 911 is an iconic model in the history of the automotive industry. The generation depicted here, produced from 1973 to 1989, is considered one of the finest examples of German engineering among collectors and enthusiasts. Originally designed in 1963 by designer Ferdinand "Butzi" Porsche, the 911 set new standards in the premium segment with its combination of sportiness and everyday usability. The 911's six-cylinder boxer engine is known for its distinctive roar and impressive performance. Other technical features such as the advanced suspension and aerodynamic body ensure excellent driving dynamics.


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About the 1/64 Scale Miniature by Hot Wheels

The 1/64 scale miniature shown here, manufactured by Hot Wheels, is an excellent example of fine scale modeling. Based on the original Porsche 911, this miniature is made of diecast material known for its durability and detail accuracy. This specific version of the model has been modified by Modelly member "Fred." It is important to note that the modifications do not correspond to the original production by Hot Wheels. The photos clearly show that the model features a striking pink paint scheme dominated by prominent motorsport details like the "AVON" lettering and the race number "79."

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Technical Details of the Original and Historical Context

The Porsche 911 from this generation boasts interesting technical specifications. The 3.0L six-cylinder boxer engine produced up to 300 horsepower, depending on the model variant and year of manufacture. The front suspension consisted of a MacPherson strut system, while the rear axle was equipped with trailing arms. In addition to the car's technology, a look back at the year 1973, which marked the beginning of this generation, is worthwhile. In that year, the song "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John gained popularity, the Yom Kippur War broke out, and the Watergate scandal continued to attract international attention. These examples provide a context for the vehicle's historical significance and age.

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Special Features and Aesthetics of the Miniature

This 1/64 scale miniature stands out for its impressive attention to detail and bold paintwork. The pink color scheme is unusual and certainly catches many eyes. Sponsor logos are prominently displayed on the sides, emphasizing the racing heritage of the Porsche 911. The headlights are silver, offering an interesting contrast to the rest of the bodywork. Also striking are the white tires with pink accents that complete the overall look. The miniature is a modified collector's piece and showcases the diverse and personalized ways model cars can be designed.


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