ABC Brianza - Alfa Romeo GT Cabriolet Bertone 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Hand built also available - ABC279 The Bertone styled Alfa Romeo GT went on sale in early 2004 but it was only in 2010 that it became public knowledge that there was also a prototype built for a convertible version. Alfa Romeo chose to go with the two seat Pininfarina spider rather than the four seat Bertone model and this, some say, led to Bertone manufacturingís bankruptcy and subsequent sale to the Fiat group. Itís a shame that it didnít make production because itís a handsomely styled machine and surely would have taken a fair chunk of the fashionable market segment. ABCís kit looks pretty good in terms of shape, though the proof will be in seeing the finished article. As is common on many of their convertible kits, there are brass rods cast into the body to support the windscreen frame and these are partially visible, so care will be needed here when building. Another interesting addition to those Alfa collections.
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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.
Alfa Romeo GT Cabriolet Bertone model by ABC Brianza
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