You have to post a 924 on 9/24, and here it is!

We’ve already seen the Majorette 924 in a post yesterday by AlienProbe - this one’s in slightly nicer condition and in green.

The Majorette 924 (#247) dates to around the time when the 1:1 was new, and features an opening rear hatch. While many Majorettes featured molded objects in the trunk area, this one is comparatively sparse.

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The 924 was introduced as Porsche’s replacement for the Volkswagen-Porsche 914. Development began as another collaboration between Volkswagen and Porsche, Volkswagen lost interest and development was handed over to Porsche.

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The project became the first street Porsche with a front engine. Evolutions of the basic design continued with the 944, 924S, and ultimately the 968.

Detail is excellent, with sharp panel lines, number plates, and a raised hood badge. Like some other Majorettes of the era, the dashboard piece is connected to the black front bumper, with a nice steering wheel.

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Most releases of the 924 featured the white PORSCHE stripe, although a couple were plain-coloured, with clear windows. All featured a red interior, to allow for red tail lamps.

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I also have a playworn red 924. The red one was a cheap eBay lot find, while the green one was a cheap flea market find.

Thanks for viewing!