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Carisma Announces Limited Edition CRF-GT Pagani Zonda R Racing Kit

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By Mike Garrison

Announcement from Carisma:

Own A Piece Of History

On 30 June 2010, Pagani claimed a new record for production-based cars at the Nürburgring with the Pagani Zonda R. It lapped the circuit in a staggering 6:47 seconds. Not long after its launch a Zonda R driven by The Stig, lapped the Top Gear test track in just 1:08.5 seconds. 'Officially' it was disqualified from the Power Lap board because it wasn't road legal. 'Unofficially', it was the third fastest car to ever go around the track. Again to put this in perspective, the current fastest 'Road Legal' car to ever go round the track is the Zonda R's sibling, the Pagani Huayra at: 01:13.8 seconds. It seems Pagani do know how to build very fast cars...

And So Do We!

We will manufacture just 500 Limited Edition Zonda R kits. These will be numbered items, the body made under license from HORACIO PAGANI S.P.A., Italy. We can proudly say that this is the most realistic body shell in the history of Carisma Racing. The body panels are Screen Printed to replicate the original cars Dry Carbon Look and this finish is ONLY available with this Limited Edition KIT. To complete the realism and photo realistic look, Injection Molded pieces are used to further enhance the detail and replicate items like wing mirrors, spoilers and all the aerodynamic aids the 1:1 car possesses. We have truly replicated the real vehicle in every way possible. Just take a step back and look at it, stunning doesn't even come close!

Numbered Pieces

Each chassis will be laser engraved with its edition number making this not only a fun and iconic Super-car to own, but also a collectible snapshot of automotive history.

*To complete Kit requires Wheels, Tires, All Electrics, Paint, Thread-lock and Tools.

Register your interest in one of the 500 kits by following the link and hitting the 'Notify me' button.

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