Post by David Mitcham on Jul 15, 2020 14:57:26 GMT -5
As you may remember I carved this Ferrari a while back and it ran in a couple of Tasman series (rather unsuccessfully). John Warren moulded the master and then cast it in resin for me. I hope you don't mind me being pedantic but this isn't the Ferrari Aero which appeared at Monza in late 1963 but a Ferrari 156 '63.
Hi David, thanks for the comment, it is nice to get one. I have used photos of your model as an assisted guide for my effort as it is a wonderful model Thanks for clarifying the exact model I will post a photo of the finished product sooner rather than later I hope. Cheers Nigel
That looks like a great start. One of these days I might try carving a shell myself (Okay, who am I kidding, that's never going to happen!)
How's the situation in WA for spare parts and supplies? I've got some wheels that are just the right size for your 156/3 if you are interested. And I am certain that Munter has all sorts of good such as windscreens and wheel inserts for the Ferrari (although I know you like to make your own.)