Lola Mk4 Italy 1963 #40 Hailwood

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Lola Mk4 Italy 1963 #40 Hailwood by Spark

Lola Mk4 Italy 1963 Hailwood
Alternative version SPK1814 Surtees SPK4268 Salvadori SPK4269 Trintignant SPK4820 Amon & SPK5330 Bianchi
Mike Hailwood was very much at the height of his motorcycling career in 1963 but managed to make a couple of Grand Prix appearances, in a Lotus at Silverstone and a Lola in Austria, both cars run by Reg Parnell. The shape, colours and bodywork details for the Lola look very good here, including the small vent added to the top of the front bodywork, presumably to duct some cool air into the cockpit. The placement of the number on the nose is slightly off (it should be nearer the centre) but otherwise the decoration is all well done.

Description: Lola Mk4 Italy 1963 #40 Hailwood
Catalogue#: SPK5331
Product Type: Resincast
Scale: 1:43
Event: Formula 1 or single seater
Colour: -
Drivers: Hailwood M
Sponsors: #40
Dates: 1963
Race/Position: -
Release Date: November 2017
Weight: 325 grams
Comments: Italy

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