Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Porsche 356 Zagato Spyder 1958 In 1958, Zagato built a unique lightweight 356 with sports-racing bodywork for accomplished French amateur racer Claude Storez. The body design looks a little like a 718 at the front and a 550 at the rear, although the rear wings have narrow fins on top (etched on the model) and the doors are much larger than on any of the factory racers of the time. The original car was destroyed in a fatal racing accident in 1959 but an American enthusiast commissioned an authentic replica in 2013 and that is what the model is based on. In general, the model looks very good when compared with the new car but one curious detail is that the tiny etched badges on the doors appear to say Turbo, something we could only see when processing our photos and that is not visible to the naked eye.
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