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Daytona Shooting Brake model

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  1. SempreFerrari

    SempreFerrari Rookie

    Oct 2, 2014
    Does anyone know of a scale model of the 365GTB4 Shooting Brake that was ever produced ? Any info and/or photos would be much appreciated!
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  2. red27

    red27 Formula Junior

    Sep 7, 2010
    London UK
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    Mark Oliver
    I recall one being reviewed on release many years back in classic and sports car magazine. I don’t recall the manufacturer or scale but I still have the copy somewhere. I’ll look and hopefully someone else will chime in in the meantime. It’s a strange looking beast. I saw it in the metal when it was on sale at Coys auctioneers several years ago.

    all the best.
  3. Lusso123

    Lusso123 Formula 3
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    Oct 18, 2010
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    Marshall Buck
    Don't recall all the model manufacturers, but there have been at least three different companies who produced hand built models of this car in 1:43 scale. I also seem to recall that there was a 1:18 or 1:24 piece made several years ago. Sorry I don't remember name of mfg.... might have been ABC Brianza in Italy.
  4. Baracus250GT

    Baracus250GT Karting

    Sep 14, 2004
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    #4 Baracus250GT, Apr 19, 2020
    Last edited: Apr 19, 2020
    I was intrigued and did some googling!

    There was indeed an ABC Brianza 1/43 model (called Panther Westwinds which I assume is the coachbuilder that made the conversion?), see here:

    And same by BBR here:

    With box:

    Different plinth presentation by BBR:

    Red BBR:

    Red Brianza:

    Very strange looking thing! Some of the models look like the rear is shorter but I think it’s just the effect of the photo.

    EDIT: found a 1/18 that was on eBay. Looks like custom built based on Hotwheels?

    And this 1/43 in yellow (!) on eBay by Route Circuit (never heard of them):
  5. ursoenzo

    ursoenzo Formula Junior

    Jul 20, 2006
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    Christian Rauch
  6. SempreFerrari

    SempreFerrari Rookie

    Oct 2, 2014
    Thank You all very much. This is great info! :)
  7. SempreFerrari

    SempreFerrari Rookie

    Oct 2, 2014
    Thank You for the info & pics. You researched much more diligently than I did!
  8. SempreFerrari

    SempreFerrari Rookie

    Oct 2, 2014
  9. SempreFerrari

    SempreFerrari Rookie

    Oct 2, 2014
    Thanks Mark! I hope to see it "in the metal" too one of these days!
  10. SempreFerrari

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    Oct 2, 2014

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