Autodelta 43 - Alfa Romeo TZ2 Prototipo Vico 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine This car was apparently built by Ludovico Chizzola as his idea of what the Alfa TZ2 should be after his business partner Carlo Chiti had moved, with the Autodelta name, to Alfa Romeo. The emphasis was on a low centre of gravity and handling, the TZ chassis modified to set the engine lower and further back, and styling seems to have been something of an afterthought. In period the car never raced and it remained with the Chizzola family until 2000 when it was acquired by a collector and it made its competition debut at Goodwood in 2008. The model is beautifully finished and captures the unusual lines of the car very well. Itís certainly a unique design and we canít help but think that the poor little thing looks slightly confused!
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Very well finished resin & metal hand built models. Made in Italy
Alfa Romeo TZ2 Prototipo Vico model by Autodelta 43
Hand Built: 1:43
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