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This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints.
Scale kit of the Ferrari 312 in its 1969 season configuration, with the engine exhausts placed in a lower and lateral position than the previous season. This specific reference reproduces the version used for the British Grand Prix, where a larger spoiler was mounted behind the rear axle, which as a novelty incorporated a faired radiator in its central part. The MFH model has an extensive and complete exploded view, full of high quality details. Quite a delight!
Additional details for the Ferrari 312 F1
car scale model kit:
The 1969 season was the worst for the Ferrari 312, since in the whole season they only managed seven points, which represented a negative record for Ferrari. After Jacky Ickx joined the Brabham team, the fate of the team was entrusted to Chris Amon who, in turn, left the team mid-season because he was fed up with his Ferrari's lack of competitiveness, being replaced by Pedro Rodriguez. At the British Grand Prix held at Silverstone, and in an attempt to improve performance, Ferrari implemented, only for Amon's car, a rear radiator fairing with an aerodynamic shape and equipped with two side wings as a spoiler, something never seen before. It was an excellent styling exercise as the competitiveness of the car did not change. In Maranello, however, the development of the car had already stopped to focus all efforts on the car for the following season, the wonderful 312 B.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.