Slot.it bil 1:32 Matra-Simca MS 670B Le Mans 1974, No.8 ble kjørt av Jean-Pierre Jaussaud, Bob Wollek og Jose Dolhem. Flott modell som er høyt detaljert.
Lengde: 13,6 cm
Høyde: 3,5 cm
Biltype: Høyt detaljert
Motor Mount: Sidewinder
Motor: V12/3 21.500 rpm
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The Matra-Simca MS 670 was a Prototype race car that won the Le Mans 24 Hours 3 times in a row (from 1972 to 1974) as well as the World Manufactures Championship twice (1973 and 1974).
The car was designed by Bernard Boyer and Jean-Louis Caussin. The long tail version, designed in ´74 for Le Mans, was still called 670B, ´B`being the distinctive letter of all Matras that were fitted with Porsche 5-speeds gearbox. The chassis was an aluminium monocoque, with fiberglass body. The engine was a 3-litres V12 at 60 degree, with aluminium block and head; bore was 79.7mm and stroke 50.0mm. Its sound was extremely loud.
The version used in `74 Le Mans was the MS 73, with a maximum torque of 320 Nm at 8400rpm, reaching a maximum power of 450HP at 10500rpm. On the Mulsanne straight the car could top 320 kph. Brakes had Girling ventilated discs, all-round; in 1974, the rear braked were moved inboard. Rims dimensions were 13x11 at front and 15x15 at rear. The car weighted 693 kg. There were three 670B´s racing in Le Mans 1974. Number 8 was driven by Jean-Pierre Jassaud, Bob Wollek and Jose Dolhem.