Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Coloni FC188B Sanmarino 1989 Moreno Alternative version JAR075B C3 1989 & JAR075B2 C3B 1990 Tameoís Coloni FC188 (TMK075) is the base for all three of these interesting subjects. For the FC188B from San Marino the physical changes are quite subtle with revisions to the sidepods being the most obvious, but the colourful livery is significantly different to the base model and is generally well reproduced apart from the logos on the front wing endplates which are illegible. The C3 made its first appearance in Canada and we see it modelled in early form from its third outing at Silverstone. Thereís been plenty of new bodywork made here and the overall shape looks pretty good as is the layout and execution of the livery. Initially we thought there was an error on the rear wing endplate as the LPR logo is in white rather than green, but photos reveal the car wore both colours over the course of the weekend. For 1990 there isnít much physical change to the car but another new livery, this time with minimal sponsorship, is neatly applied. The rear wing on the model is far too big for the claimed German GP but does look OK for Hungary and some other races. All are rare F1 subjects and overall the finish is at the upper end of that seen from JarMarK over the years.
Very limited production hand built models, modified from existing kits such as Tameo to create some previously unmodelled subjects. Made in Czech Republic.
Coloni FC188C model by JarMarK
Hand Built: 1:43
Formula One or single seater
#31, Himont, LPR
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