Piro-Piro 1969

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Piro-Piro 1969 by Dwindle

It is in 1969 that the Italian technician Sauro Stella imagine, designs and builds this singular vehicle, hybrid between cars and motorcycles, characterized by a long and tapered central body and a couple of side wings, at the ends of which stay two of four wheels arranged "in rhombus", which will give at the car its typical aircraft shape. The unusual lines, painted by an intense yellow color, will be hold up by a motorcycle chassis pushed by a 250cc engine built by "MotoBi" company, today better known as "Benelli". With this setup the "Piro-Piro" will get several velocity records on the Monza's speedway between 1969 and 1970. The model, as always a result of a digital design, will be available both in kit and assembled. The kit includes resin and metal parts, thermoformed parts, a decals sheet, a photoengravings sheet and the usual instruction sheet with 3D graphics.

Description: Piro-Piro 1969
Catalogue#: DWI43009M
Product Type: Hand Built
Scale: 1:43
Event: Speed Record
Colour: -
Drivers: -
Sponsors: Castrol
Dates: 1969
Race/Position: -
Release Date: April 2018
Weight: 400 grams
Comments: -

About Dwindle

High quality resin kits & hand built models for land speed record enthusiasts. Extensive use of CAD is made, both in the pattern making and the excellent kit instructions. Kits are generally fairly simple (thanks to the streamlined nature of the subjects) with excellent panel engraving and clearly printed decals and the hand built models are finished to the highest standards. Made in Italy.

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