Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ford G7A Can-Am Prototype 1967 Kit available MM212 Based on the chassis design of the Ford Mk4, the G7A was to be a works Can-Am entry but only ever tested while under factory ownership. The body shape was clean and fairly predictable, but it was the rear wing arrangement which was the carís standout feature. Two elements were mounted on three posts, the centre one fixed to the chassis and the outer ones mounted on the suspension and the angle was also driver adjustable. In the kit the mount is white metal and must be fed through and glued to the etched wing surface before the etch is then folded over to make an aerofoil section. This looks slightly fiddly and will need care but the build is otherwise straightforward and the finished model shows that this clever piece of kit design works superbly.
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Ford G7A model by Marsh Models
Hand Built: 1:43
Prototype version. Arrived 13/11/14
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