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360driver

Netherlands
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Posted - 03/24/2011 :  07:11:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
After I saw the Daytona Prototype #10287 a couple of weeks ago in a Ducth workshop, i HAD to have the actual model too.
a google search led to a direct hit and BINGO! I just got myself a new model hahaha

360driver

Netherlands
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360driver

Netherlands
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360driver

Netherlands
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Posted - 03/24/2011 :  08:10:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
there are a few minor details about this model that are a bit off:

He seems to be a bit "cross-eyed" and the windscreen-trim is not entriely correct.....
Other than that I am glad to have found this model.....after this live encounter...
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Ferrari2006

Germany
352 Posts

Posted - 03/24/2011 :  11:01:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


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alobc

USA
33 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2017 :  18:19:30  Show Profile  Visit alobc's Homepage  Reply with Quote
It is fantastic to see a model of this car; I had no idea they ever made one. A few observations below, but I really don't mean to detract from your model; I love it.

My father owned this car for about a year around 1968. Here's a few photos from the family archive.

Notice that the car originally did not have a side rearview mirror. Also, wheels were not Borrani wire, taillights were 3, a few other minor differences.













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Originally posted by 360driver

there are a few minor details about this model that are a bit off:

He seems to be a bit "cross-eyed" and the windscreen-trim is not entriely correct.....
Other than that I am glad to have found this model.....after this live encounter...



Forza Ferrari!

Edited by - alobc on 10/20/2017 15:29:40
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