The model that appears in the photos has a long history of competitions behind their backs. One of those grandparents who flew, both in two-seat configuration for resistance, and in one for the Gp.
It has had different noses, different lights, brakes and suspensions fins and even the body, being even a street roadster in the 50. After the war passed by several known owners until 2004 who has finished restoring it as we can see today. ..It is the model I reproduced, for the simple fact of being the only one with enough documentation to be able to scale it. I could since the winner of Le Mans just by eliminating the headlights and put the extra, but then I decided that this grandfather deserved his place in my showcase as its owner retains it, he has earned it
make the mold with foam, then pass it to plastic
After I made the mold I took out the resin copies and we went to puints and detailed, with this base body several Le Mans models can be made