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Ferrari F 50 1995

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The car was introduced on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the company. There were built only 349.
The model was built from a Revell kit. The kit came to the shop shelves on the same day as the car was introduced. Revell worked on kit parallel with the factory works on the real car ! So the instuction sheet is entiteld as „FERRARI F-130” The kit is originally with Hardtop but I want to have a Barchetta for sunny days – so I scratchbuilt the necessary element and rollbars.

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Edited by caapa

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Posted · Report post

Nice build...

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Posted · Report post

Great job, Enzo would have been proud.

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Posted · Report post

wowsers. really looks good

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Posted · Report post

Many thanks for the nice comments.

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Posted · Report post

Nice and looks expensive.

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Interesting the version of this kit that Revell of Germany sent over here and was sold in the States (and sold in those big oblong boxes that Revellogram was prone to use in the late 90's) WAS the Barchetta. I've only seen hardtop kits from Hasegawa and Tamiya.

Edited by niteowl7710

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Awesome build. Something about this car just looks right to me, its probably my favorite Ferrari.

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