Product description Porsche Carrera 6 "TV" in a comical character design
With headlights, rear and brake lights
From 10 years
Convinces reporters in a flash
In 1967, Porsche made the Carrera 6 factory car available to a German television station in order to provide live racing coverage with a keen sense of style and a way befitting its status. This experiment made headlines. Marked with the T.V. reference and the figures of the cheeky “Mainzelmännchen” cartoon characters, the Porsche was already a real highlight at first sight. Under the bonnet, its 260 bhp were able to deliver a convincing performance. Anyone who wants to admire the original car from back then in a restored condition can view it in full splendour in the Porsche factory museum.
A real eye-catcher, even in a small format!
On a scale of 1:24, the slot car is no less interesting than its bigger role model. The Porsche Carrera 6 "TV", 1967, presents itself with absolute attention to detail and a true-to-original design. With its front and rear lighting, it becomes an eye-catcher on the race track.