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Ferrari 375 F1

Ferrari's 1st F1 GP win, Jose Froilan Gonzalez

Fernando Pinto Portugal Models - No. FPP - 1:24

Boxart Ferrari 375 F1 FPP Fernando Pinto Portugal Models


Brand:Fernando Pinto Portugal Models
Title:Ferrari 375 F1 Ferrari's 1st F1 GP win, Jose Froilan Gonzalez
Released:2014 | Initial release - new tool
Type:Full kit

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Ferrari 375 F1

IT Racing FIA Formula 1

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Fernando Pinto Portugal Models
1:24 Ferrari 375 F1 (Fernando Pinto Portugal Models FPP)
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Steve Wilson owns this item
1. October 2014 at 18:53:37 Share
Kars Jans If only this was available in 1/20.
15. October 2014 at 07:07:29
Steve Wilson ...
I wrote this on f1m Kars:

Re: What is your latest model purchase?

Post by Tiffoc » 14 Oct 2014 11:51
I yesterday Monday October 13 received my 1:24 FPP Modelos Ferrari 375 F1, Ferrari's first win at Silverstone in 1951... Fernando Pinto in Gaia Portugal makes these kits himself, although not 1:20 I have wanted an example of this particular car a very long time. I've only ever seen it in 1:43, so in this case I'll except a 1:24!!!
It's a wonderful kit, hats off to Fernando, I'm looking forward to getting stuck into it, loads of flash and cleaning up to do, which I love doing. The instructions are not the best in the World, but I can cope.
15. October 2014 at 07:47:08
Kars Jans It is tempting, i admit, but a 1/24 between my 1/20 Ferraris? I think it would not look good on my shelf. I will follow your build with great interest. I googled on FPP models and saw the casting was a bit rough on all it's models. But you like to clean. :)
15. October 2014 at 09:54:04
Steve Wilson ...
I'm a bit of an old fashioned modeller. If I want a jigsaw puzzle I'll go for a Tamiya they make a change anyway. But I like to work at making a model looking good. I revell in the problems created by building a raw back to roots model kits. It's why I always stick up for Protar kit, to make one of those look good you work for it... Fernando's kits are a bit more back to Earth than Protar, so well done Fernando :)
I know what you mean about the scale, I'm the same. But in this case, I'm 64 next week, I might never get the chance to own a 1:20. I want to have this CAR, not so much the scale, in my collection, it's an important element to any Ferrari collection. It's Ferraris first win in F1, that overides my bias for waiting for a 1:20 kit of this iconic car... I descend from my pulpit, having stated my case!!!
15. October 2014 at 12:06:35
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