Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine The makers list this car as an Alfa Romeo 6C 2500SS Nardi Danese and when built in 1949 it did have an Alfa motor, albeit in a Nardi chassis with Motto body atop. Having competed on the Mille Miglia the car then found its way to California and John Edgar, who was US agent for Nardi, and we then find it a couple of years later in the hands of another familiar name in west coat racing, Bill Kerrigan, who is mentioned on the plaque in the case. At Palm Springs as the makers have decorated the car, it was running a Chevrolet engine with Wayne cross-flow cylinder head though, and had been for some time. The decalling looks right for the race and the new bonnet scoop is replicated, but the grille on the model is still the original Alfa unit and had changed significantly by this stage. An extremely interesting subject, even if not quite accurate.
About Alfa Model 43
Well finished and presented resin hand built models. Good paint and a modest amount of carefully applied photo-etch detailing. Subjects usually the slightly more unusual Alfa Romeo subjects, plus a few Ferraris, again rarely modelled versions. Made in Italy.
Nardi Danese Coupe model by Alfa Model 43
Hand Built: 1:43
Palm Springs. Limited to 50 pieces.
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