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Ascari, winner at the 1950 Silverstone International with the #0038M. ©unknown
I wrote the history of this car charged by the owner. So in less than a year I was (indirectly) awarded at PB and at VdE, as like as the car.
My short contribution: some interiors.
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Nothing else, I had the confirm by Massini, not by the photos you indicated to me on the books: they weren't helpful at all. No problem, thanks...
Guys I checked also the Prunet's book and there isn't anything else to enlight the problem: the photo you're referring to is the same I saw on the...
Ok thank you, but at page 35 the Touring body isn't recognizable: only the front is visible. I'll see on the Prunet's book I don't have here.
Ok, but did the 013S have them too? I don't know....
I didn't see them, where did you find them?
Ok, this makes the difference. It's the kind of data I was looking for, because I was thinking the same about the 013S.
Now we know that the dark...
Sorry, but I don't understand. When the 007S had been produced?
Thank you Marcel, so the 007S could not be at Geneva in March as I suspected before...
My opinion is it was the 013S there, am I correct?
Take a look to the spider. Isn't white or ivory? So, why is grey in the video? Because the film is old and damaged and digitally reproduced. I...
I know the trafficator or the air vent aren't visible in the video. But the color is and it' isn't a dark color but a light one. If the car in the...
Are you sure? In the Italian period magazines the car represented (not at the show, but in the streets of Milan) is the 007S, which has the...
It's sad to say, but it's true: 2.5 million visitors or more in 45 years are nothing for a museum. The MAUTO of Turin makes about 200.000 every year.
Same copyright (photo: © Stefano Bricarelli)
1950 Geneva Salòn : Touring stand. (photo: © Stefano Bricarelli)
Yes they are. If you see, there is too many space between the numbers and the font is little. It's typical of the US reproductions.
I agree, but you know that nitrocellulosa paints and water paints give different results, because the chemical components are different....