Fiat 682 RN2 - Scuderia Maserati

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andor88
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Fiat 682 RN2 - Scuderia Maserati

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Basically a box on wheels, but it has a certain charm to it.

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Models: Fiat 682 RN2 - ABC Brianza, Maserati A6GCS/53 Pininfarina Berlinetta - Neo Scale Models, Maserati A6GCS Spider Targa Florio 1955 - Jolly Models

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I like that a lot.

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That looks fantastic. The last close up shot through the windscreen suggests the interior is a bit crude, but I'm sure you don't see that with the naked eye.
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andor88
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Well the interior is crude, as in all cases of small italian manufacture. That close up was intended for the bunk beds, which are cool. I also own the rival Ferrari 642, grey and closed version, a presentation of that will follow soon.

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Charming indeed.
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Excellent transporter! I have lusted after that one whenever I have cruised the ABC website! :mrgreen:

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