This is a racing car model kit assembled from parts made of resin, white metal, photo-etched metal and possibly other materials.
From Model Factory Hiro:
About the 917K 
The 917 first debuted in the 1969 prototype car race season. In the following year, the aerodynamics was further improved by John Wyer Automotive Engineering Ltd., giving birth to the short tail 917K. Upon its debut the 917K overwhelmed the competition with its power and speed, and managed to win various endurance races, the international constructors’ championship, and the 24-hour endurance race in Circuit de la Sarthe for the 1970 race season.
With the 917K’s overwhelming success, the machine was further refined in preparation for the next season: vertical fins installed at the rear cowl, induction pots were placed on the engine cover, and various other modifications on the outlook were attempted by different teams. Continuing the previous year’s success, the 917K claimed victory at Le Mans once again, and dominated the competition in the 1971 season.
- A full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, resin, photo etching, silk screen decals, vacuum parts, turned metal parts etc.
- Design based off 1/12 scale kit designed with simpler building scheme in mind without losing focus on preservation of detail
- Front bonnet/rear cowl can be removed, allowing full view of the detailed interior after completion.
- The interior frame of the body will be made of Laser Lithography unibody parts.
- Includes driver figure on seat
K615 Ver.D : 1971 Brands Hatch 1,000km [Martini International Racing Team] #8 V.Elford / B.Redman #9 G.Lennep / G.Larrousse
Based on the silver Martini that raced at Brands Hatch 1,000km. Features a fin-less rear cowl akin to the 1970 design and twin induction pod covers that sits on the engine cover.