Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Buick Series 66 Sport Coupe 1933 The Sport Coupe was one of several body styles offered on Buick’s full-size chassis in 1933 and like its roadster sibling included a rumble seat at the rear. Neo has opted to model this open which adds life to an already attractive subject. The main two-tone paint finish is neatly applied, as is the brown coach-line which runs along the belt-line of the body. There’s plenty of neatly fitted brightwork including very fine trim on the spare wheel covers and running-boards, but the side window frames are printed on the clear material in a dull silver in place of nice, fine photo etch. This is creeping in to too many Neo models of late and should also really be chrome on this subject.
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
Buick Series 66 Sport Coupe model by Neo
Two tone Brown and Cream. Released 20/11/17
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