2018 #91 Porsche 911 RSR LMGTE PRO
Scale 1:20 replica of Porsche RSR #91 from Le Mans 2018.

You can now build this Le Mans from 2018 which qualified in pole position, and finished 2nd in the GTE PRO class.
It was driven by Richard Lietz, Gianmaria Bruni, and Frédéric Makowiecki.
The special Rothmans livery was to celebrate the 70 year anniversary of Porsche.
The livery was previously worn by the Porsche 956 which won Le Mans in 1982 and 1983, the 962 which won Le Mans in 1986, and 1987, the 961 which did not win any races, but is extremely rare, and the group B rally car, the 911 SC RS from 1984 which had numerous victories through the '80s.

[https://c-mt.dk/instructions/stickers/2018_91.png](Stickers for car #91)

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License: Public Domain
Theme: Miniland Year: 2019 Tags: 1:20 gtepro lemans wec
My Own Creation (MOC). Number of parts: 795
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