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Year:1952 Mileage:0
Location:

Alexandria, Minnesota, United States

Alexandria, Minnesota, United States
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:4
Condition:

New

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 250TRMILLE275
Year: 1952
Drive Type: rear
Make: Ferrari
Mileage: 0
Model: Other
Sub Model: Testarossa
Trim: Lusso

For your consideration is a hand crafted racing Nacelle. Built by hand in the spirit of the WWII style aero racers of Europe. This item is sold as wall, desk or table art. It would be the perfect addition to your office, living room or garage. The fairing can be modified to fit your vintage sportscar. The model shown is available immediately. I make these vintage aerodynamic cowlings by hammering sheet aluminum over a tree stump and shaping on the English Wheel. The pictured item is finished in raw aluminum. This item is 83.5cm from front Headrest to tail, 19cm tall and 34Cm wide at its widest point. I can custom shape a headrest fairing for your sportscar. I also hand form alloy panels, bonnets and boots for your vintage car or build you an entire body by hand. Visit RUNGE KAROSSERIE :: FLYER MOTORWERKS for more of my work. Happy Motoring, Chris 320-491-5316

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