Lancia Stratos Alitalia Munari 1977
Lancia Stratos (High Fidelity)
The Lancia Stratos, quite simply. was the world's first purpose-built rally car. The combination of Cesare Fiorio's vision, Bertone's technical and artistic skills, and Lancia's all Italian support, combined to make this an irresistible combination. Victory was expected. The Stratos became a Rally giant because it delivered everything it set out to do - winning the WRC in 1974, 1975, 1976 and many other Rally titles, even as late as 1981.
- 1977 Monte Carlo / S. Munari & S. Maiga
Dimensions Length- 17.3″ (440mm); Width- 8.11″ (206mm); Wheelbase- 10.2″ (259mm); Height- 5.3″ (135mm); Weight- 52.9oz (1500g)
Body, Wheels and Tires Body- Pre-painted polycarbonate with decals; Wheels- Dish-style rally wheels; Wheel adapter type- 12mm hex; Tires- Aggressive rally treaded tires
Suspension Type- 4-wheel independent; Shock Positions – Tower – 6, Arm – 3; Camber- 3 positions on the tower; Roll- Fixed; Wheelbase- Fixed; Ride Height- Shock tower and arm adjustment
Steering Type- Dual bellcrank; Toe- Adjustable turnbuckles
Chassis Type- Tub-design; Material- Molded plastic
Drivetrain Type- 4WD shaft driven; Differential- Ball differentials; Gear ratio- Optional pinion gears; Bearings- Full metal-shielded
Click here to see chassis spec sheet
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