1990 Mazda RX-7 FC 3S 1:62
The Mazda RX-7 was a two-door rear-wheel-drive sports car manufactured from 1978 to 2002. The second generation FC comprises the fourth and fifth series, from 1985 to 1992.
The FC was equipped with either a naturally aspirated 1.3L engine capable of 160hp, or a turbocharged version capable of up to 215hp.
This model is based off a car that features in Japanese manga title 'Initial D', a long-running serial that focuses on illegal street racing and drift culture.
Tomica are among Japan's most well-known toys, their die-cast cars have captivated three generations and will delight both adults and children alike with their diverse range and attention to detail.
Each car features authentically reproduced body styling with accurate details including the front grille, bumpers and lights.
Superb paint job in factory correct colour with intricate badges.
Rolling wheels and working suspension.
Brand new in display box.
The perfect gift for the motoring enthusiast.