Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ferrari 330 P3 Spider Targa Florio 1966 With Ferrari reassessing whether to even continue racing early in 1966, there were no works cars at Daytona so the new 330 P3 made its debut at Sebring, retiring with transmission failure. For the next outing on the Targa Florio the car had a few subtle modifications, most obvious being extra louvres in the rear deck, presumably to help cool that transmission. These detail changes are well modelled and again the car has a high gloss finish.
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Ferrari 330 P3 Spyder model by Marsh Models
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