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Nope, Strombecker never made that particular body... They made other Ferraris, the 250 GTO, Dino, etc. This looks more like one that somebody customized, and rather nicely. So value is a moot point.

Also, whenever you ask for help in identification, etc. PLEASE SHOW THE CHASSIS. Besides these being slot cars, Strombecker, for instance, went through about 7 generations of chassis, plastic, metal, monocoque, etc., so it helps to see which one...

cheers,
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JohnP:

Thank you very much!
Muchos cracias!
Tack så mycket!


Have someone here built this car? It sais that this body will fit a Ninco Porsche GT1 chassis. Are there all the same?

Kind regards // Richard
 

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I've seen this link before and assumed that they were from the Nostalgia range as they're described as "Nostalgia glass fibre body range".

£12.00 a shell seems pretty expensive for fibreglass bodes given that you can get Classic bodyshells for about a fiver each.....

Would like to hear from someone who's tried them though as there are some nice shells!

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Hi

I did a similar conversion some decades ago. Each of the TRIs were slightly different, and different the year before! I used the Eldon Ferrari TR body as my doner, however. It is closer, cheaper, and the plastic thicker meaning more margin for carving!

Prof.Fate
 
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