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This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints

Announced on September 22, 1975, the Tyrrell P34 caused a sensation

little wonder when one considers that it was the first six-wheeled Formula One car!

Its layout employed 4 front wheels in an effort to reduce air drag while simultaneously improving the car's braking and steering.

Following a number of test sessions and associated updates to the design, the P34 debuted in the hands of Patrick Depailler in the Spanish GP of May 1976.

Things really took off a month later at the Swedish GP when Jody Scheckter led home Depailler in a marvellous 1-2 finish for the P34, demonstrating the potential that the car had, underlined by Tyrrell's 3rd place finish in that year's Constructors' standings 

This is a 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit.

That measures after assembled Length: 336mm, width: 168mm, height: 84mm.

Moving depictions of complex front and rear suspensions employ coil springs.

Steering wheel moves the front wheels via a realistic rack and pinion system.

The engine is realistically rendered with an array of pipes, cords and lines.

Features aluminum air funnels.

Front, side and cockpit cowl parts are removable, allowing inspection of the detail underneath.

A superbly detailed finish is provided by photo-etched parts depicting brake discs, radiator parts, nose wing endplates, seatbelt parts, and more!

Main decals are a product of Cartograf.

Markings are included to recreate car numbers 3 or 4.

Semi-pneumatic synthetic rubber tires give a realistic finish.

Additional details for the Tyrrell Ford P34 Six Wheeler car scale model kit:

Manufactured by Tamiya in 1/12 scale with reference TAM12036.

Belongs to the Tyrrell Racing Team.

Sponsored by ELF.

Driven by Jody Scheckter and Patrick Depailler

with numbers 3 and 4

Raced at the FIA Formula 1 World Championship in 1976.

Includes photo-etched parts, plastic parts, rubber parts, seatbelt fabric, turned metal parts, water slide decals, other materials, assembly instructions and painting instructions.