Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Maseratiís soul entry for Le Mans in 1964 was one of their Tipo 151 V8 chassis with an all new aerodynamic body by Drogo. The car is modelled here as it appeared for the practice weekend fresh from the bodyshop with no paint. By race weekend not only had the car been painted red but the rear end had been modified to significantly enlarge the rear window, which was little more than a letter box on the original. The basic shape of the car again looks good and this is an ideal opportunity to break out the Alclad (ALC101) though you may wish to rough the cleanly cast surface up first as the car appeared with exposed welds and hammer marks.
Simple (and sometimes a little crude) resin & metal kits of some of the more unusual machines tor have appeared at Le Mans. For the experienced modeller. Hand builts generally well finished and show that with care they will build decent models. Made in France
Maserati 151/3 model by ALM
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