This is not a scale model, but rather a cute little caricature of the Mazda 767 race car in the livery in which it competed at the Daytona 24hrs in 1988, finishing 5th overall (actually this was 767 chassis nr. 003, which was later converted to 767B specs).
The kit has to be assembled using a snap-washer and some screws, no glue is required. The windows are tinted dark brown to hide a total lack of interior details. The actual model is 9cm long.
It can be fitted with a spring loaded 'pull-back' motor driving the wide rear wheels or can be built on an unpowered chassis. The front axle is fixed, no steering mechanism is provided.
The body is molded in white, the wheels are aluminum plated and a very nice decal sheet is included, it contains a full set of sponsor logos, all of the blue lines and decals for headlights and tail lights.