Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine This car (chassis 2053GT) started life as a standard 250 SWB in 1960 and was sold to Ecurie Francorchamps in 1962 with a Testarossa specification engine fitted. In June 1962 it crashed heavily at the Nurburgring and was shipped to Modena where Drogo created a new, unique, lowline aggressive body for it. Almost two years to the day after the first crash, this too was destroyed and the car was not rebuilt. It was road registered for a time but we can find no record of it having had the roof painted black. The model is well finished and captures the difficult shape reasonably well.
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Well finished resincast models of interesting historic sports racing subjects. Accuracy a little variable. Made in Italy.
Ferrari 250 Drogo model by Jolly Model
Two tone Red and Black Limited to 100 pieces
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