Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ferrari 166SC Mille Miglia 1950 #722 Marzotto This chassis, #121, was the ninth Ferrari built and it started life with a cycle-fendered body being driven to some success, including Bracco winning the Italian hillclimb championship in 1949. At the end of that season it was bought by Vittorio Marzotto, the first of many Ferraris to grace that famous family stable, and was re-bodied by Fontana in a similar style to the Touring Barchetta, though with a slightly shorter tail. Jolly Model have done a reasonable job of the shape, although that tail is a little on the long side, but the finish is very good with decent paint and carefully placed decals. The second outing was the Mille Miglia where, with coachbuilder Fontana in the passenger seat, Marzotto finished ninth overall and ahead of all of the works Ferraris, much to the chagrin of Enzo.
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Well finished resincast models of interesting historic sports racing subjects. Accuracy a little variable. Made in Italy.
Ferrari 166SC Fontana model by Jolly Model
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