In September 1972, the Hakosuka GT-R, which had made history with 49 consecutive victories and a total of 50 wins, was fully remodeled into the next-generation C110 Series Skyline (Kenmeri). In the same year, the "Skyline Hardtop 2000GT-R Racing Specification" was exhibited at the 19th Tokyo Motor Show. With its large chin spoiler, works fenders, and racing colors, there was no doubt in anyone's mind that this car would be a big hit on the track. However, due to the oil shocks and exhaust gas regulations, the Kenmeri racing never made an appearance at the circuit, leaving its image on a single poster. The "Tragic GT-R" still lives on in the hearts and minds of many fans, with its illusory bravery burned into their eyes.
●Assembled Plastic Model of Kenmeri GT-R Racing Spec.
●Reproduction of the poster specification (Blue Metallic) of GT-R Racing.
●This kit uses molds that were developed in the 1950s, so there are some differences in thinking, reproduction, and philosophy from the latest kits of today.
The kit also includes over fenders, front mask, and side muffler that are exclusive to Kemmereracing, allowing you to build a more realistic GT-R racing car.