Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Cisitalia 202 Bonneville 1953 #60 Burke Kit available DWI43005 This striking record breaker is described as a Cisitalia and looks like a Cisitalia, but was in fact a replica. The car was built by Bill Burke (the man behind the first belly tank racer) and the fibreglass body mould was taken from the car of publisher Robert Petersen while it was in George Barrisís shop for a repaint and later marketed as the Allied Swallow, usually for fitment on an MG T Series chassis. Burkeís record car featured a gullwing driverís door and was powered by a tuned Mercury V8, setting a class record at 167mph. The 3D-printing technology used to create the pattern can be seen on the inside of the body but outside we just have extremely precise lines and only a minimal amount of cleaning up needed for paint. The smaller resin parts are equally precise and the smartly finished hand built model shows that it all goes together very well.
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Cisitalia 202 model by Dwindle
Hand Built: 1:43
Bonneville Speed Week. 167.91 mph.
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