Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Phantom Corsair 1938 Black This spectacular ‘car of the future’ was the dream of Rust Heinz, heir to the food company and he had hoped to put it into limited production. The base vehicle was a Cord 810, the most advanced chassis available in America at the time and bodywork was by Bowmann & Schwartz based on a sketched design from Heinz. It’s a huge vehicle which seats six, with four abreast in the front (one to the left of the driver) while in the rear there are only two places due to space taken up by drinks cabinets! The interior was originally trimmed in red but on the model we see the black of the restored car which is a little lost through the small windows. To emphasise the sweeping lines, the car was painted deep gloss black and there is a similar deep finish on the miniature making for a real beauty.
Very well finished resincast models. Mostly road cars, though with a few interesting competition subjects. Rapidly establishing themselves as one of the best ranges we see in terms of quality and value for money. Made in China
Phantom Corsair model by Neo
Black. Released 14/03/17
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