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{{casting|name=Porsche 917|series=[[Grand Prix]]|number=6416|years=1970, 1973-1974|designer=[[Ira Gilford]]|image=porsche917.jpg}}
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{{casting|name=Porsche 917|series=[[Grand Prix]]|number=6416|years=1970-1972, 1973, 1974-1979, 2011|designer=[[Ira Gilford]]|image=1970-Porsche917-Purple.jpg}}'''Porsche 917''' was a car in the [[1970 Hot Wheels]] series.
'''Porsche 917''' was a car in the [[1970 Hot Wheels]] series.
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=='''History on the Porsche 917'''==
   
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This is a model of the very first design of '''Porsche 917''', produced in March, 1969, and raced through the 1969 season. The actual '''Porsche 917''' was created with the goal of gaining an overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in mind. Design work started in July of 1968, planning to have the required 25 cars ready to be tested the following spring. The car had a 4.5 liter (274.6 cu. in) air cooled flat-12 engine, with dual overhead cams and twin spark plugs. It was initially rated at 620 hp.
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Unfortunately the car had a maximum speed of around 240 mph. Little was understood of race car aerodynamics when traveling at those speeds in 1969, and the design you see in the Hot Wheels model was actually producing lift at over 200 mph, causing the car to be extremely unstable. A British driver was killed in a privately owned 917 at Le Mans that year, when he lost control on the high speed Mulsanne Strait. The 917s were not competitive at Le Mans, and only won one race in that year's sports car series.
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After the 1969 season, at a testing session in Austria, an engineer noticed that the car had gone though a cloud of gnats, with many of the insects striking the front of the car. But there was no sign of the bugs on the tail of the car, suggesting that the tail was in a partial vacuum. The engineer and some mechanics improvised a higher tail with sheet aluminum, and sent the car back out on the track. The test driver reported the car slightly slower in a straight line, but much faster and more stable in the corners, and the laps times were several seconds faster. The car was sent back to the Porsche factory, where a new high speed wind tunnel tested the differences between the original design (this Hot Wheels model) and the improvised tail. Over the next few months several changes in the aerodynamics were made.
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As a result, the '''Porsche 917''' dominated the World Sports Car Championship over the next two years, including back to back wins at Le Mans. When the 1972 regulations outlawed the big engines, '''Porsche''' added turbochargers to the flat-12 engine (now developing over 1,000 hp) and entered the North American Can-Am series. The 917 dominated that series before the 1973-74 oil crisis caused that series to collapse. To this day the 917 is still regarded as one of Porsche's greatest cars.
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=='''Description'''==
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<p class="MsoNormal">Mattel modeled the car after the '''Porsche 917''', it had an opening rear engine compartment, Capped redline wheels and a sticker sheet with the number "18" racing decal and rocker panel stripes with the word "Porsche". The '''Porsche 917''' was introduced into the line-up in 1970. This '''Porsche 917 '''casting has seen plenty of action through out the years. It was reissued in the line-up in 1973 with the new child safe paints and was part of the Flying Colors years to be laid to rest in 1979. Mattel in the 2000's started bringing back many of the old castings by reproducing the casting, this casting was one of them (see below for the retooled version).</p>
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=='''USA Releases'''==
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The '''Porsche 917''' has come out in the following 1/64 scale USA versions:
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Identification notes for USA castings:
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1. White interior
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2. Matte black paint on taillight area
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3. "Mattel Inc, USA" on base
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Year'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Series'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Stickers'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Base Color / Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Window Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Interior Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Wheel Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Toy #'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Country'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Notes'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Photo'''
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Gray Enamel
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|[[Image:porsche917.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Light Green
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Magenta
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Lime Green
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Porsche_917_1970_Lime.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Hot Pink
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:1970-Porsche917-Pink.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Rose
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Porche_917.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Yellow
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Porsche917.yellow.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Salmon
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Red
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Porsche_917_1970_Red_.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Green
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Blue
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Porsche_917_1970_Blue.jpg|left|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Aqua
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|
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|
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|USA
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|}
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=='''Hong Kong Releases'''==
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The Porsche 917 has come out in the following 1/64 scale Hong Kong versions:
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Identification notes for Hong Kong releases:
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1. Black or brown interior,
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2. Gloss black paint on taillight area,
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3. "Hong Kong" on base
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{|class="wikitable sortable" width="100%" style="font-size: 85%; text-align: left;"
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Year'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Series'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Stickers'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Base Color / Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Window Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Interior Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Wheel Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Toy #'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Country'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Notes'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Photo'''
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Blue
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Porsche917HKBlue.png|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Light Green
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Gray Enamel
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Lime Green
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Green
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[Image:Porsche-917.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Yellow
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Red
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:100 4211.jpg|centre|thumb|75x75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Hot Pink
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Aqua
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:Image not available.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|[[1970]]
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|[[Grand Prix]]
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|Spectraflame Purple
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|Number & racing
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|Unpainted / Metal
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|
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|
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|[[RL]]
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|6416
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|Hong Kong
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|
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|[[File:1970-Porsche917-Purple.jpg|75px]]
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|}
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=='''Re-Cast Versions'''==
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In 2011 the '''Porsche 917''' was retooled for these 1/64 scale versions:
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{|class="wikitable sortable" width="100%" style="font-size: 85%; text-align: left;"
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Col #'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Year'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Series'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Tampo'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Base Color / Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Window Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Interior Color'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Wheel Type'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Toy #'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Country'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Notes'''
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!style="border-style: none none solid solid; background: #e3e3e3"|'''Photo'''
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|-
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|[[2011]]
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|[[The Hot Ones]]
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|Metallic Red
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|Red PORSCHE over black stripes on top sides. Yellow #9 on front end w/ stripes
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|Unpainted/Metal
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|Blue tint
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|Grey
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|[[BW]]
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|W1561
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|Thailand
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|Base codes: D36
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|[[File:2011TheHotOnes-Porsche917.jpg|75px]]
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|-
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|
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|[[2012]]
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|[[The Hot Ones]]
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|Yellow
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|Black/Red racing stripes "Prosche" "7"
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|Unpainted/Metal
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|Yellow tint
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|Grey
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|Red [[HO]]
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|W3801
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|Thailand
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|Base codes: E01
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|[[File:2012-THO-Porsche917-Yellow.jpg|75px]]
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|}
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=='''Similar Casting''' ==
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'''1973 Porsche 917 Enamel reissue'''
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1973 issued cars are a stand alone year. Gone were the spectraflame paints. 1973 models were issued in only Enamel paints.
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[[File:1973_Porsche_917_Red.jpg|Left |200px|link=Porsche_917_(1973)]]
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'''[[Porsche 917 (1973)|Porsche 917]] 1973 Hot Wheels'''
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'''1974 P-917 Flying Colors reissue'''
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In 1974 Flying Colors with the bright new tampos
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[[File:P917FlyingcolorsRL.jpg|Left |200px|link=P-917]]
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'''[[P-917]] 1974 Flying Colors'''
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=='''Original Porsche 917 Gallery'''==
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<gallery>
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Hw P 917 open.jpg|Engine view
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1974 Porsche 917 - 7033df.jpg|Remnants of a 1974 Porsche 917
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</gallery>
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=='''Gallery'''==
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<gallery widths="120">
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</gallery>
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Porsche 917}}
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==See Also==
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*[[Porsche 917K]]
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*[[Porsche 917 LH]]
 
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[[Category:1970 Hot Wheels]]
 
[[Category:1970 Hot Wheels]]
[[Category:1973 Hot Wheels]]
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[[Category:Speedway Specials]]
[[Category:1974 Hot Wheels]]
 
 
[[Category:Ira Gilford Designs]]
 
[[Category:Ira Gilford Designs]]
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[[Category:Porsche Cars]]
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[[Category:Licensed Hot Wheels]]
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[[Category:German Cars]]
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[[Category:Racing Vehicles]]
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[[Category:The Hot Ones]]
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[[Category:Vehicles with Movable Parts]]
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[[Category:The Hot Ones (2011)]]
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[[Category:Discontinued Vehicles]]
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[[Category:Le Mans Cars]]
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[[Category:1970s]]

Latest revision as of 18:20, April 25, 2020

Porsche 917
Debut Series Grand Prix
Produced 1970-1972, 1973, 1974-1979, 2011
Designer Ira Gilford
Number 6416
1970-Porsche917-Purple

Porsche 917 was a car in the 1970 Hot Wheels series.

History on the Porsche 917Edit

This is a model of the very first design of Porsche 917, produced in March, 1969, and raced through the 1969 season. The actual Porsche 917 was created with the goal of gaining an overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in mind. Design work started in July of 1968, planning to have the required 25 cars ready to be tested the following spring. The car had a 4.5 liter (274.6 cu. in) air cooled flat-12 engine, with dual overhead cams and twin spark plugs. It was initially rated at 620 hp.

Unfortunately the car had a maximum speed of around 240 mph. Little was understood of race car aerodynamics when traveling at those speeds in 1969, and the design you see in the Hot Wheels model was actually producing lift at over 200 mph, causing the car to be extremely unstable. A British driver was killed in a privately owned 917 at Le Mans that year, when he lost control on the high speed Mulsanne Strait. The 917s were not competitive at Le Mans, and only won one race in that year's sports car series.

After the 1969 season, at a testing session in Austria, an engineer noticed that the car had gone though a cloud of gnats, with many of the insects striking the front of the car. But there was no sign of the bugs on the tail of the car, suggesting that the tail was in a partial vacuum. The engineer and some mechanics improvised a higher tail with sheet aluminum, and sent the car back out on the track. The test driver reported the car slightly slower in a straight line, but much faster and more stable in the corners, and the laps times were several seconds faster. The car was sent back to the Porsche factory, where a new high speed wind tunnel tested the differences between the original design (this Hot Wheels model) and the improvised tail. Over the next few months several changes in the aerodynamics were made.

As a result, the Porsche 917 dominated the World Sports Car Championship over the next two years, including back to back wins at Le Mans. When the 1972 regulations outlawed the big engines, Porsche added turbochargers to the flat-12 engine (now developing over 1,000 hp) and entered the North American Can-Am series. The 917 dominated that series before the 1973-74 oil crisis caused that series to collapse. To this day the 917 is still regarded as one of Porsche's greatest cars.

DescriptionEdit

Mattel modeled the car after the Porsche 917, it had an opening rear engine compartment, Capped redline wheels and a sticker sheet with the number "18" racing decal and rocker panel stripes with the word "Porsche". The Porsche 917 was introduced into the line-up in 1970. This Porsche 917 casting has seen plenty of action through out the years. It was reissued in the line-up in 1973 with the new child safe paints and was part of the Flying Colors years to be laid to rest in 1979. Mattel in the 2000's started bringing back many of the old castings by reproducing the casting, this casting was one of them (see below for the retooled version).


USA ReleasesEdit

The Porsche 917 has come out in the following 1/64 scale USA versions:

Identification notes for USA castings:

1. White interior

2. Matte black paint on taillight area

3. "Mattel Inc, USA" on base

Year Series Color Stickers Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes Photo
1970 Grand Prix Gray Enamel Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Porsche917
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Light Green Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Magenta Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Lime Green Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Porsche 917 1970 Lime
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Hot Pink Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA 1970-Porsche917-Pink
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Rose Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Porche 917
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Yellow Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Porsche917.yellow
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Salmon Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Red Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Porsche 917 1970 Red
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Green Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Blue Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA
Porsche 917 1970 Blue
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Aqua Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 USA Image Not Available

Hong Kong ReleasesEdit

The Porsche 917 has come out in the following 1/64 scale Hong Kong versions:


Identification notes for Hong Kong releases:

1. Black or brown interior,

2. Gloss black paint on taillight area,

3. "Hong Kong" on base

Year Series Color Stickers Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes Photo
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Blue Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Porsche917HKBlue
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Light Green Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Gray Enamel Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Lime Green Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Green Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Porsche-917
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Yellow Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Red Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong
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1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Hot Pink Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Aqua Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong Image Not Available
1970 Grand Prix Spectraflame Purple Number & racing Unpainted / Metal RL 6416 Hong Kong 1970-Porsche917-Purple

Re-Cast VersionsEdit

In 2011 the Porsche 917 was retooled for these 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes Photo
2011 The Hot Ones Metallic Red Red PORSCHE over black stripes on top sides. Yellow #9 on front end w/ stripes Unpainted/Metal Blue tint Grey BW W1561 Thailand Base codes: D36 2011TheHotOnes-Porsche917
2012 The Hot Ones Yellow Black/Red racing stripes "Prosche" "7" Unpainted/Metal Yellow tint Grey Red HO W3801 Thailand Base codes: E01 2012-THO-Porsche917-Yellow

Similar Casting Edit

1973 Porsche 917 Enamel reissue 1973 issued cars are a stand alone year. Gone were the spectraflame paints. 1973 models were issued in only Enamel paints.

1973 Porsche 917 Red

Porsche 917 1973 Hot Wheels

1974 P-917 Flying Colors reissue In 1974 Flying Colors with the bright new tampos

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P-917 1974 Flying Colors

Original Porsche 917 GalleryEdit

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