Hasegawa 1:24 CAR SERIES MAZDA COSMO SPORT L10B Plastic Model
Hasegawa 1:24 CAR SERIES MAZDA COSMO SPORT L10B Plastic Model

Hasegawa 1:24 CAR SERIES MAZDA COSMO SPORT L10B Plastic Model

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1:24 CAR SERIES
MAZDA COSMO SPORT L10B
Scale... 1:24
Item no … HC2 (21102)
-In 1959, Germany's NSU and Wankel succeeded in developing the rotary engine originally developed by Dr. Felix Wankel, an engineer, from before the war.
- Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. (currently Mazda Motor Corporation), which paid attention to this, repeatedly negotiated with NSU, and in 1961, signed a technical cooperation agreement.
-And the engine that was completed after various hardships until practical use was full of ideas and technologies that the original NSU company did not have.
- A low, flowing body that imaged the future and space suitable for this engine was designed, and debuted in May 1967 under the name of Cosmo Sports (export model 110S).
-343 units were built for the model name L10A, which has the world's first two-rotor engine.
-Then, in July 1968, a minor change centered on power up was made and it became L10B, and 1176 units were produced by September 1972.