Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine With the factory concentrating on the 5-litre 512, the pretty 312P coupes passed to Luigi Chinetti’s NART outfit for the 1970 season. Chassis 0872 was the more successful and it is that car that is offered here from three different events. At Sebring the season got off to a good start with a class win and fourth overall. Not quite so good at Daytona but still a creditable sixth place finish and at Le Mans the car was again running in sixth in dreadful weather when eventually the water got into the electrics and the car dropped back to be unclassified at the end. The kit parts are typical Marsh with a cleanly cast resin body, thoughtful use of photo-etch and excellent decals. The hand builts are all very well finished and the Sebring and Daytona cars look pretty accurate. At Le Mans the appearance of the car changed significantly during the race, the rear bodywork being taken from the non-starting sister car part of the way through. The model captures most of the decoration but there should be the remnants of the edges of a number roundel visible on the main bodywork after the rear was changed and this has been missed. Something that kit builders will be able to do from the unneeded bits of decal should they wish.
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Excellent kits and hand-built models using crisply cast resin bodies, white metal ancillary parts, lots of very fine photo-etching and good decals. Clear instructions include a sample paint chip. Hand-builts beautifully built and detailed. Made in England
Ferrari 312P model by Marsh Models
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