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.
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New version of Tameo's fantastic reproduction of the Ferrari 512S from the 1970 season, in this case the one that participated in the 24 hours of Le Mans. It maintains the characteristics that we like so much about Tameo, with an extensive breakdown of metal parts, photo-etched, vacuum-formed, and some turned metal parts, such as the intake trumpets.

Additional details for the Ferrari 512S car scale model kit:
The Ferrari 512S and later the 512M (Modificata) were only interim models between the three-litre 312P and 312PB. Beneath their lightweight bodies, they looked similar to the CanAm 612 and 312P: a tubular frame with riveted and glued metal panels, a five-speed gearbox with a limited-slip differential, radiators on each side of the engine, and an oil cooler in the front nose.
The 4,994 cc engine, in a central position, initially developed 550 hp, with a Lucas gasoline injection system. Only a few of the 25 red Berlinettas and Spiders built to gain homologation ended up in the hands of customers; most remained under the tutelage of the factory.
When Mario Andretti, accompanied by Nico Vaccarella and Ignazio Giunti, won the Sebring 12 Hours on March 21th, 1970, the victory only served to create false hope. The 512S was still a vehicle with little chance, especially compared to the Gulf team's Porsche 917. Le Mans was a disaster.
The 512M appeared just in time for the final round of the championship on October 11th at the Austrian Zeltweg circuit. It weighed 40kg. less, delivered 70 hp more, was more aerodynamic, with small adjustable spoilers, and had a raised air intake at the rear. At the beginning, Jacky Ickx took the lead, but had to retire due to electrical problems.
The worst would come in 1971; eight wins for Porsche, three for Alfa Romeo, none for the 512M, not even for the beautiful version prepared by Roger Penske with Mark Donohue at the wheel.
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.

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