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Maserati, Die-Cast Metal Model Solido Maserati 3.5 l Ref. 139 Scale 1:43

Maserati, Die-Cast Metal Model Solido Maserati 3.5 l Ref. 139 Scale 1:43

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Maserati, Solido die-cast metal model Maserati Mistral 3.5 l Ref. 139 Scale 1:43 year 1965.

The Maserati Mistral is a car produced by the Italian car manufacturer of the Trident from 1963 to 1970, it was first presented under the name of 3500 GT 2-seater and then, on the instructions of the French Maserati importer, it was renamed Mistral. The Maserati Mistral, like the 3500 GT it replaced, was made in the coupé and spider versions and was designed by Pietro Frua, an entrepreneur and one of the most, if not the most, well-known Italian designer of the twentieth century. The Mistral was the last Maserati to mount the famous 6-cylinder in-line DOHC engine, F1 World Champion in 1957 with Juan Manuel Fangio. A total of around 955 Maserati Mistrals were produced, 830 coupés and only 125 examples of the spider model.

Reference 139

Condition A A+

However, there is a slight sign of wear on the roof of the car as clearly visible in the photographs.

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* Classification Sheet Conditions Obsolete Models / Used

The evaluation of obsolete models / used refers to the object and its condition, the presence or not of the box and its conditions and is composed of two letters, the first refers to the object, the second to the box. Use the following reference table for the evaluation given to our obsolete models/ used.

A+=Mint. As issued by the manufacturer.
A=Excellent with only the slightest faults.
B=Very good but with some signs of wear.
C=Good but with obvious wear.
D=Fair perhaps with some parts missing.
E=Fit for restoration purposes only.
NB=No box or packaging.

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Some early toys were never supplied with boxes. Gift set boxes are much more valuable than other boxes.


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