Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine As we would expect the basic shape of these two models is very similar. The main visible physical change is that the rear of the 2010 car has fine photo-etched extensions on either side that help create a larger venturi at the rear. The finish on both models is excellent, the Pontiac-powered Suntrust machine from 2005 wearing a flawless black paint coat and the Porsche-engined car from 2010 being equally well done in white. The decals on both are carefully applied and they look good when compared with race photos. These Daytona prototypes are not classically good looking cars but their purposeful shapes and colourful decoration makes them great model subjects.
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
Riley MK11 model by Spark
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