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Ferrari 365 GT4 BB
Serial/Movie: The Junkman

Modified: NO
Product Code: -
Brand: Kyosho
Color: red
Period: February 2016
Status: MIB
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Ferrari 365 GT4 "The Junkman"

Some days ago I have shown you the DVD about "The Junkman" together with the Ferrari 365 GT4 which appears in the opening credits and in some scenes of the film. Today the time has come to show you in detail this Ferrari! It was produced by Kyosho and as usual just watching the images is useful to see the high level of detail of this model. The interior and the body are made really well, perhaps the only flaw is the engine that in my opinion could be more detailed. However is really a very good reproduction of the actual car, along with other Ferrari of the 70s and 80s, it goes to fill a "big" hole in my collection: certainly the reference with "The Junkman" it is pulled by the hair, but a Ferrari of such beauty was bound to be mine! In addition, at this time I'm going crazy for models with retractable headlights ... it's true, I'm vintage, in every sense!

Posted by: Fabiano on Wed 2/10/2016 16:5800



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