Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Chaparral Mk1 Mosport 1963 Hall Kit available MM270 In one of our histories of Chaparral it states that Sebring was the last race for Jim Hall with the front-engined Mk1, but that is incorrect. The final fling for this car in Hallís hands was at Mosport in June 1963 and he finished second overall on aggregate having scored a fifth in heat one and second in heat two. The car looks very odd as the bodywork for the rear engined Chaparral 2 was being tested and the main shape of the model looks pretty good. The windscreen is made up of flat acetate and a very fine etched frame and this is rather tall when compared with race photos, something that kit builders can adjust simply enough during assembly. Windscreen aside the hand built is finished to a typically high standard.
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Chaparral Mk1 model by Marsh Models
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