Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Again here we have several very similar cars but we have a few discrepancies regarding car types on the results that we have found. The Bari winner was a factory entry driven by Behra and everything appears correct there, but the information that we have for the Buenos Aires 1000kms lists the yellow and green Scuderia Madunina car as an A6GCS and the car in which Moss finished second in a German national championship race as a 150S. It is of course quite possible that the listings are incorrect as misinformation has been repeated and these Maseratis also often had engine changes to suit different classes. The Moss car is the only one with a head fairing and this car was bare aluminium so we see a matt silver finish. The works and Brazilian cars are painted with the usual soft gloss and that Buenos Aires car looks particularly interesting.
About Faenza 43
Charming hand-built resin models of interesting and often obscure subjects. Paint finishes sometimes a little flat but otherwise very good. Made in Italy.
Maserati 200SI model by Faenza 43
Hand Built: 1:43
#56, Scuderia Madunina
Buenos Aires 1000km
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