Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine The Sebring 12 Hours of 1960 was very nearly the last running of this race, despite it only being the second, as a conflict in sponsorship between the event organisers who had signed Amoco and some of the major factory teams such as Ferrari and Porsche who used Shell and BP led to these factory teams being withdrawn. Their cars and drivers still appeared though after various private outfits ‘bought’ the works cars. As a result these two Ferraris came to run under the NART banner. Apart from the colour the two cars are near identical and the yellow #11 car which finished seventh is very well finished. The red car finished a fine fourth overall but on our review model the paint is unusually orange-pealed.
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Generally well finished hand built models, usually based on previously released Barnini and Tron kits. Made in Italy.
Ferrari 250 SWB model by Bee Bop
Hand Built: 1:43
7th in class Sebring 12hrs. Chassi #1773GT
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