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At the beginning of 1991, François Delecour, a French pilot, was officially named Ford's driver for the season. Co-piloted by Anne Chantal Powels and bearing the number 12, it would become legend during the Monte Carlo. After a very convincing start, the French public went mad for this homegrown beauty. The Sierra 4-wheel drive raced through the track, making many hope for a red, white and blue victory. But, unfortunately, on the last night, while Delecour was still ahead, a patella broke and destroyed any hopes of victory. François lost the race, but never lost the public's admiration.
Reference: OT732 Units : 2000 Scale : 1/18 Year : 1991 Material: Resin