Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine The majority of Sparkís Le Mans winners, whether in 1:18 or 1:43, are of post-war cars so this Bugatti and the similar machine that won in 1937 (SPK18LM037) make a bit of a change. The main body finish is deliberately dull to be more in keeping with the period and as usual we see very deep crisp panel lines and neatly applied details such as etched stone guards and various hollow intakes. The wire wheels are very finely made with etched spokes in front of aluminium brake drums and underneath there is a fair level of chassis detailing too, with suspension, differential and full length exhaust system all visible. Itís the weathering in the cockpit thatís the stand out detail for us though, with wear marks on the floor from the driversí feet and a seat that really looks as if itís been sat in for many miles in all weather. Hopefully Spark will eventually turn their attention to other pre-war winners in this scale, if they do and theyíre anything like this they will be very impressive.
Very well finished mass produced resin built models. Ever improving detailing now incorporating more use of photoetched details for added finesse and with excellent paint finishes. Made in China
Bugatti T57S model by Spark
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