Back in 1987, German company RUF created a supercar called the CTR, converted from the factory Porsche 911 Carerra 3.2. The RUF name wasn’t that well-known back then, but the understated RUF CTR outperformed its famous peers including Porsche 959 and Lamborghini Countach in a magazine test and pushed for a top speed of over 211 mph. It also gained the Yellowbird nickname due to its exterior colour. With only 29 examples officially built by RUF, it rarely come up in second hand market, so this resin model from Ritter Goods could be slightly easier to acquire.
The Ritter Goods 1:43 scale model is officially Licensed by RUF Automobile, so you can expect the overall exterior silhouette and bodywork being accurately studied and represented whimsically in Andrew Ritter’s signature aesthetic. Even details such as head and rear lights, tyres and wheels are taken care of in quality materials. Measuring only 1.67″ wide, 2.68″ long and 1.3″ tall, the CTR model features a full interior despite its miniature size, including a roll cage, gauge cluster, shifter, and steering wheel, all stay true to the real car.
A crystal clear case with a stand and a Ritter Goods Archives metal plaque is included for each CTR model car, ensuring this limited edition can be displayed in style.