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From an old Strombecker Maserati 250F kit I am about to build Stirling Moss´ #28 race winner from Monaco GP 1956.

According to a bounch of B/W photos I was until recently convinced that this car was sporting a green (BRG) nose cone, like - for example - on Reims six weeks later.

But know I found this: http://f1.statistiker.org/Galerie/r/50

Any opinion on this subject out there?

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Guys - thanks, I am convinced. Plain red it will be. Hope to bring photos of the end product Sunday.

NB! Mel - great car, fine build.
 

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Mission completed!




But this is just a test. I have been a member of SF for several years now, but never ever managed to place a single photo on this media. Not sure what the result will be right now, but my young smart wife is desperately trying to help me.

If no photos occurs please give me a hint, what I have done wrong?????? And don´t blame my wife.....

Shell: Strombecker no. 8170-129
Chassis: A2M 15136E
Wheels: Cartrix 1030
Decals: Pattos

Strombecker shells are a less detailed and cheap solutions. I just got two for small money and the second is planned to be Scuderia Centro Sud #17 driven by Hans Herrmann at the German GP in 1958.

I prefer to use my pricey and superb quality shells from Penenlope Pitlane, Mac P etc. for my favorite year = 1955.

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Tony - thanks a lot. I shall do my very best


Moose - I was not aware of the fact, that there exists a second and more detailed version of the Strobecker Maser. I will start my search immediately.

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Moose - I have a somewhat silly question.

Is your above Strombecker Maserati 250F in scale 1/32? Reason for asking is, that I found a much more detailed kit than mine, but it seems to be in scale 1/24.

How many different Masers did Strombecker offer?

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Mac P - I agree
thanks a lot. I think case is settled by now.

Except for the question concerning the different Strombecker Maser kits?

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The second Strombecker Maserati 250F is ready.

Please see Hans Herrmann dicing with Cliff Allison in his Lotus 16 #12 during the German GP on August 3rd, 1958.



Enjoy.

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