Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine After production had ended of Bizzarrini cars, Giotto Bizzarrini still kept building prototypes and at the 1971 Turin show a pretty little coupe appeared with the transverse engine from a Fiat 128 mid-mounted. That was followed a year later by a Barchetta version (our subject) and a year after that there was a very strange looking machine with similar underpinnings that took part in the Targa Florio. The car modelled here cropped up for sale on ebay of all places a few years ago and compared with photos from the auction the very well finished model looks good in terms of shape. The driver and passenger are separated by a rather unusual central bulkhead, which was presumably structural, and visible behind the seats are the top of an engine and the battery.
Simple and accurate resin kits but very basic instructions. Range suitable for newcomers to our hobby due to simplicity of kits. Some kits also available built. ALEAC references are built only and very limited editions with production numbers often only in double figures. Made in France
Bizzarini Fiat Barchetta model by Alezan
Hand Built: 1:43
Road, Concept Cars
Turin show. Limited to 150 pieces
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