Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ferrari 375MM Watkins Glen 1959 #91 Jim Kimberley sold his 375MM to Detroit engineer Richard Lyeth in late 1955 and under the new ownership a number of changes took place. The original engine was sold to a power boat racer (and is now believed to be at the bottom of Galveston Bay!) and was replaced by a supercharged Corvette unit. At the rear a Lyeth Hi-Tork differential was fitted and the car grew a finned head fairing in the style of a Jaguar D Type. Lyeth continued to race the car, now called the Hi-Tork Special with plenty of success. The interesting hybrid looks particularly good in the white 1958 livery, but the matt aluminium finish is attractive too.
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.
Ferrari 375MM model by Faenza 43
Hand Built: 1:43
#91, Hi-Tork Special
1st in class Watkins Glen.
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