Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza Monaco 1932 #28 Nuvolari Alternative version REM143001 Caracciola REM143002 Campari REM143004 de Teffe & REM143005 Nice Available in hand built form only, these models of the legendary Alfa Romeo ‘Monza’ are very well proportioned and feature some nice detail touches. The fit of the main body to chassis is not the best and the steering wheels look very small, but the exhausts, wire wheels and decoration are all very good. Of the Monaco cars, Nuvolari won in #28 leading home Caracciola in his white #2, while Campari was the last classified finisher in his works #28 machine. One of the ex-works cars found its way to Brazil where local driver Manuel de Teffe used it good effect, leading the Rio Grand Prix but having to settle for third following a late fuel stop. This is perhaps the most interesting variant with its Brazilian racing colours of yellow with green wheels.
Out of production very well finished hand built moels by one of the longest established Italian model makers, Umberto Codolo. Made in Italy
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