McLaren

McLaren M7C

McLaren M7C of John Surtees as driven in the 1970 GP Season. Sheet includes the numbers the car ran under in that year.


Model shown is a modified BRM C51 which has been made to look like the McLaren, The decals are scaled to recreate this as the two cars are similar..

McLaren M19a

McLaren M19a as driven by Mark Donohue in the Sunoco Livery for Team Penske in 1971


As above, model shown is a modified BRM C51

McLaren M19a Denny Hulme as driven in the 1971 GP Season. Sheet includes the numbers the car ran under in that year.


Model shown is a modified BRM C51 which has been made to look like the McLaren, The decals are scaled to recreate this as the two cars are similar..

McLaren M23

Possibly one of the most famous F1 liveries. The car of James Hunt from 1976


First model shown is a Scalextric McLaren M23 (c127) and the second is a Polistil diecast, that Samuele Buschini kindly sent in. He modified the standard decal set to suit his model, showing what ingenuity and imagination can achieve!!


An alternate "High Airbox" James Hunt livery is available which will fit both the modern Scalextric version and the SRC version of this car. It only has the sponsor logos however and not the colour panels 

McLaren M23 in Chesterfield livery. Driven by Nelson Piquet in 1978


Model shown is a Scalextric Mclaren M23 (c127)

McLaren M23 in Luck Strike livery, Driven by Dave Charelton for the South African GP in 1974


Model shown is a Scalextric Mclaren M23 (c127)

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McLaren M23 which ran in the 1973 season. Two versions available - either Denny Hulme or Peter Revson


Model shown is a Scalextric Mclaren M23 (c127)

McLaren M23 in Iberia livery, Driven by Emilio DeVillota in 1977


Model shown is a Scalextric Mclaren M23 (c127)

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MRRC Version of the McLaren M23. This is a copy of the original decal sheet


Model shown is an MRRC Mclaren M23

McLaren M29

McLaren M29
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Built for the 1980 F1 Season, but run over 79,80 and 81, it was driven mainly by John watson and Alain Prost. its best results were 3 fourth places in Britain, Canada and the US West GP's


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum)

McLaren MP4/6

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The Mclaren MP4/6 was the car Ayrton Senna used to win the WDC in 1991. Co-driven by Gerhard Berger the car was highly successfull and also clinched the Constructers championship as well


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the Scaleauto 90-94 F1 model

McLaren MP4/8

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The Mclaren MP4/8 was designed for the 1993 GP season and featured a sei active gearbox, active suspension and traction control systems.so was very high tech. Drvien by Ayrton Senna and Michael Andretti, the car did very well with Senna scoring 5 victoriesbut losing out to Alain Prost in the drivers championship


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the Scaleauto 90-94 F1 model

McLaren MCL35

McLaren MCL35
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The Mclaren MCL35 designed for 2020 GP Season and driven by Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz. The car is Renautl powered for this year and proved to be a good combination with the duo finishing well in the points and the team coming 3rd in the Constructors championship this year.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the Policar range of modern Formula 1 cars

McLaren MCL35M

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For the rest of the 2021 season the car retained the more familiar "papaya" orange and blue livery, although sponsors did change throught the season. This version depicts the car that Daniel Ricciardo drove to victory at monza, with lando coming in second.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the Policar range of modern Formula 1 cars which is the model shown







This decal set can represent the car driven by either Lando or Daniel

Recommended Paint used is Humbrol Orange #18

For 2021, Mclaren revised the previous years car and called it the MCL35M and it looks to be competative again.  For the Monaco GP McLaren used a livery based on the Gulf colours, which appeared to work well for Lando who finished on the podium in 3rd.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the Policar range of modern Formula 1 cars which is the model shown







This decal set can represent the car driven by either Lando or Daniel

Paint used is Hycote Ford bermuda Blue

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