It isn’t just street cars making a come back from Kyosho into the re-production era, their race cars or should say their rally cars are making an appearance too. Recently released, again, is the 1:18, diecast metal, full access Lancia Delta HF Integrale #4 – Winner Rallye Monte Carlo 1992, drivers Auriol and Occelli.
As for the model, we don’t have the original to compare, and there aren’t any true rally fans on the team to comment on the historical accuracy, however, we recently reviewed the street version of the Kyosho Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione II and found nearly on par. As for this example, the model is impressive in the flesh, the classic Martini livery is well represented. Once again, the Lancia Delta HF Integrale #4 Winner provides full 360 access and ton of detail inside, out and underneath. Decal work is clean and crisp, and we don’t find any glaring quality control challenges on this example either. That is good to see! This is a perfect addition to any rally collector for sure. Enjoy the pics!
Nice model! Love the seatbelt detail!
Yes, it has a solid interior as well as the exterior. A lot of eye candy for sure!
It is nearly the same as the original release Kyosho did of this particular car. The differences are they painted the top of the light pod in black as per the original real car, but they stuffed up another detail. The names on the top of the seats should be different to reflect the crew member who sits in them, not the same name on both seats.
Thank you for the insight!
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Is it possible to remove the additional front lights?
Anything is possible.
Yeah…could have guessed. Thanks for help, appreciated.