Ferrari 410 Superamerica Pininfarina 1956 by Matrix
First shown at the 1956 Paris show, Pininfarina's take on the Ferrari 410 SuperAmerica quickly picked up the moniker 'Superfast'. Picking up with popular American styling cues of the time including striking fins, it's a machine which looks like it is travelling at speed while standing still. Those crisp lines are well replicated, there's plenty of fine trim and detailing and neatly applied two-tone paint.
|Description: ||Ferrari 410 Superamerica Pininfarina 1956 |
|Catalogue#: ||MTX50604-141 |
|Product Type: ||Resincast, *Home Page Featured |
|Scale: ||1:43 |
|Event: ||Road |
|Colour: ||Two-tone White & Blue |
|Drivers: ||- |
|Sponsors: ||- |
|Dates: ||1956 |
|Race/Position: ||- |
|Release Date: ||October 2020 |
|Weight: ||500 grams |
|Comments: ||- |
From the original creators of the Neo range, this resincast series offers a wide range of mostly road car subjects. Some are very familiar classics but we also see plenty of very rare and usual machines ranging from Maharajah's Rolls Royces to Citroen and Volvo limousines! Overall casting quality is excellent, paint finishes usually to a very high standard and plenty of fine etch used for small trim. Wire wheels on some subjects can be a little unconvincing but otherwise very consistent. Made in China.