Ferrari developed the 126C4 for the 1984 season as an evolution of the C3 from the prior year. The car has heavily revised during the season, resulting in the 126 C4-M2 version. The most notable changes are to the rear of the car where the bodywork was re-profiled to the famous ‘coke bottle’ shape, with the floor also redesigned for increased downforce. The car has an important step towards the competitive 156/85 of the following season.
Tameo Kits released the 126 C4-M2 as a curbside kit (TMK 420), featuring well detailed engine and transmission, as well as the unqiue body shape and wings specific to the European GP where Michele Alboreto secured a strong 2nd position.
Following are a selection of photos of TMK420, assembled by Michael Kelly.