Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Depending on your reference sources, this early prototype for the 911 was either known as the Typ 695 or Typ 754T7. The Porsche museum has the car on display using the latter so thatís what weíll stick with. The front end is pure 911 but at the rear there is a much more upright glass area to accommodate four seats, something that Porsche of course abandoned for the production car. The model captures the essence of the original but the pillars are rather heavy and the shape isnít quite there. A little fettling during building might improve things a little and you must be able to get the lights fitting better than they are on our hand built. The left of the car is fine but the right looks very untidy. Another interesting subject though.
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Well cast kits, usually resin but occasionally metal, with a good level of p/e detail. Accuracy sometimes questionable but usually pretty good. Good clear instructions. Built models usually to a very high standard. Larger scale kits for the experienced builder only. Made in Italy.
Porsche 754 model by ABC Brianza
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