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A Model Factory Hiro 1/12th. scale proportional (or kerbside) kit of a 1958 Ferrari 250 Testarossa built "out of the box" to represent the 1958 Targa Florio winner.

It was airbrushed using Zero Paint Two Part Lacquer and finished with Zero polishing compounds and wax.

 

44785530831_99eba4916b_h.jpgIMG_0481 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

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Wow, wow and wow!

But more photos please.

 

A lot more photos if possible.

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I seem to be having trouble getting further photos in to the post but I'll keep trying.

 

Chris

44785527861_1efee19f83_b.jpgIMG_0484 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

44735821312_fb61d5d9ac_b.jpgIMG_0485 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

44785525931_fd1604c49c_b.jpgIMG_0477 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

44735814662_324de79b63_b.jpgIMG_0478 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

44735826012_102bb29574_b.jpgIMG_0493 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

44735830552_2c0aeacf35_b.jpgIMG_0495 by shipbuilder2012, on Flickr

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Alpha Delta 210, that is the beauty of the MFH kits, they are complete in detail straight out of the box and an absolute pleasure to build.

 

Chris

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Blimey I thought those were snaps of the real deal! Stunningly nice build of a truly beautiful car.

 

It's funny when it comes to Fizzers how everyone goes doolally over the GTO more than the TR when to me the TR is by far the better looking car and your build just reinforces that for me.

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Seriously stunning! What a result. A fantastic representation of a beautiful car.

 

The detail is superb, but what really does it for me is that key in the ignition!

 

Terry

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