Matrix - Cord L-29 Brooks Stevens Speedster 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Cord L-29 Brooks Stevens Speedster 1930 Clifford Brooks Stevens was studying architecture at university in 1932 when, with the help of his father, he purchased a two-year old Cord L-29. He immediately set about redesigning the body on his new car to create a lighter, more sporting machine with an eye towards hillclimb competitions but this one off machine remained a road car and was kept by Stevens for over 60 years. The distinctive styling of the car has been generally well replicated here and there is plenty of very fine etched detailing carefully fitted. The masking line between the black and white two-tone paint is very slightly uneven on our sample but the finish is otherwise excellent.
Very well finished resincast models. Made in China.
Cord L-29 Brooks Stevens Speedster model by Matrix
Two tone White and Black.
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