Now showing CAD images of the Alfa 155. I think this is the skinny bodied version. It looks like it’s 4x4, too. Does this make it the Lancia Delta Integrale-based one? was there another 4x4 155? I can’t remember now. Anyway, it’s here:
Could be a coincidence alright.
The front splitter on the Cult doesn't look quite right to me.
It looks too short, not reaching down as much as I remember (I must check my excellent 1/24th scale Alfa series version).
Here is the X1/9. I don’t need this in my collection as I have Minichamps in green, which is of course fully opening. I have a hunch I’ll be buying this, though. I can’t seem to post the pic, so here’s the link:
It looks (from the images) as though the resin was left too long in the oven, causing the model to compress by about 10%.
And also to warp the shape front to rear, making it a look a bit like a banana.
Bloody hell, why are the ones who can see this issue - and not those who are supposed to do it?
that said… having looked at it again, I’m not sure Minichamps has the shape right, either :-(
Dammit, I hadn't noticed.
The door on the Minichamps is also too tall, particularly at the rear - causing the rear end to be slightly out.
The front end looks better though.
Still, if I didn't see this before I will try to forget it.... :>)
A real niche car.. the last large one from Fiat I think.
Probably not competitive with german ones, but 70s really killed italian ones.
I don't like it very much, but for sure its design is interesting and innovative.
130 coupè is just a few years younger than Dino (I think it deserves a good model!), but it looks from a total different era.