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  1. 1. Real or model?


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How about this one? Real or model?

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The answer: REAL!

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This one is very sneaky in a few ways. But I'll guess real.

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I'll say Real. Looks like someones been busy melding a Bizzarini, Ferraro 250LM, AH Sprite and Lamborghine Muira - what is it?!

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ummm, real...'factory door fit'...lol

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I say real. There is just too many things that are hard to replicate.

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No modeler would be that sloppy!

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Posted

Real.

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Real, I think :unsure: can I pick both ways just to be sure? :lol:

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I would say, real!

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It is a Model , that ios my votwe and I'm sticking to it . The Knock offs don't look right as the Wheels . The door gaps are a nice touch .. Thanx ..

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Gotta be Real!.

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Just maybe this is the best one yet, some bits look so real and some look like they need a black wash. I think the door got bent and the wheels on a real Bizzarini look just like that so I'll stick with real.

Edited by DonW

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The front tire looks to be different then the rear. l said real.

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Harry,You are slipping on ROM!!!! :lol: I voted real on this one and if is not,Harry is better than we think!!!

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Harry put us out of our misery please!!!

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I am going to go out on a limb here and say that this one is the model.

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Final vote: 28 REAL, 9 MODEL.

And the answer is... REAL!

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Nice one Harry. But what is it? although I'd understand if those responsible prefer to remain anonymous!

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Nice one Harry. But what is it? although I'd understand if those responsible prefer to remain anonymous!

1966 Iso Rivolta Daytona

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l think the bent door and 2 odd tires helped to think real...

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And I thought the bad door fit would suggest "model!"

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1966 Iso Rivolta Daytona

Blimey!

At least I was close with the Bizzarini / Iso Grifo connection. I'll go and look it up now. Thanks, Don.

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So it was built primarily for racing. I can forgive it everything! :)

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And I thought the bad door fit would suggest "model!"

Bad door fit also suggests "Italian."

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There's debate over if it had a Chyrsler or a Chevy engine, all the specs say Chrysler but all the other Iso's and Bizarrini's used Chevies and 5.4 litres sounds like a Chevy to me!

http://fastestlaps.com/cars/iso_rivolta_daytona.html

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