The Porsche 936, with the technology cultivated in 908/03 and 917/10, is a famous racing machine that has won three overall championships in Le Mans 24 hours.
The first car was called "Black Widow" because of its matte black coating.
At the Le Mans in June 1976, Jackie Ick's / Pizzies van Renep won the overall victory. The following year, in 1977, the Porsche formation led by Jackie Ichs, Jurgen Bald and Harley Haywood won the six Renault Works teams with excellent control. The 936 reappeared at Le Mans in 1981 and made a comeback of a third overall victory.
The body is made of a lightweight and rigid aluminum space frame chassis and a plastic made of aerodynamics. For the power unit, a 2.1-litre horizontally opposed six-cylinder twin-turbo engine, which is mounted on a 911 Turbo RSR and generates a maximum output of 540 ps, was selected.
There are 936 such products for children. It was listed at an auction held in October 2019. It's a 1: 2 scale made in 1985, powered by a Stratton engine and powered by 5bhp.
Rack and pinion steering is adopted, and the disc brakes, rear wing, headlights, taillights, etc. are also reproduced in detail. The winning bid was £ 13,800.