Chevrolet Corvette C7.R LMGTE PRO from Le Mans 2017
Number of elements: 692.
Created September 24, 2017.
Scale: 1:20, Miniland Scale.
Created by Lasse Deleuran.
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About this model
Scale replica of Le Mans racing Chevrolet Corvette C7.R. The sticker sheet contains liveries for cars #63 (driven by Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and Jordan Taylor) and #64 (driven by Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Marcel Fässler). These cars competed in the GTE PRO category of Le Mans 2017. Corvette #63 was leading the class until the last few minutes where a puncture of the left front tire made it impossible to defend the lead against Aston Martin #97. Corvette #63 fell to third place, while Corvette #64 finished the race in 8th position.
This is a display model; The doors do not open and there is no interior.
Stickers for this model can be downloaded here. See the README.txt file inside of the zip file for further instructions.
How to build your own model
You can build your own copy once you have all the parts in the parts list.
To see where to purchase all the parts, simply go to the rebrickable page for this model and use the functionality for either creating a wish list on BrickOwl, on BrickLink, or use the "Multi-Buy" feature which is able to search in both BrickOwl, BrickLink and independent stores.
If you already have LEGO sets and spare parts, then you can get an overview of the parts you need by creating an account on rebrickable and type in all the sets and spare parts you have available. Once you have done this you shoud go to the rebrickable page for this model and click the button. This will lead you to a page where you can see the additional parts you need. From here you can press the button to see where to purchase these parts.Building instructions for this LEGO model
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If you have any corrections or suggestions, please e-mail Lasse Deleuran at email@example.com.