Group B Rally 1000 Lakes Finland 1986

WRC 600hp Group B Rally Supercars. The ULTIMATE Group B Rally, The 1000 Lakes Rally 1986. 3 x Works Martini Lancia Delta S4 3 x Works Peugeot 205T16 E2 3 x Works MG Metro 6R4

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