24th July 2014

Single Seater Stunners From Spark!

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Today we received another delivery of 1:43 replicas from Spark, which included some stunning, and unusual, single seater subjects.

The star, though, was undoubtedly the Lotus 38 that Jim Clark took to second in the Indianapolis 500 in 1966 (SPK2390). Anything Jim Clark always tends to sell out quickly, so if you’re a fan fan don’t delay.

F1 car wise there are some interesting machines that we never thought would get made, such as Rikki von Opel’s Ensign N173 from the 1973 French Grand Prix (SPK3950), and the Rial ARC1 that Andrea de Cesaris took to fourth in the 1988 US Grand Prix (SPK3960).

Two more releases included the Pierluigi Martini Minardi M189 from the 1989 British Grand Prix (SPK4110), and the Lotus 109 that Mika Salo drove on his grand prix debut at Japan in 1994 (SPK1780).

Away from open wheelers, we took delivery of the Ferrari-based P4/5 Competizione that Nicola Larini, Fabrizio Giovanardi and Manuel Lauck drove in the 2012 Nurburgring 24 Hours (SPKSG110), and the first ever Italian special edition: the BMW 3.0 CSL that was driven in the 1979 Tourist Trophy at Silverstone by Umberto Grano and Eddy Joosen (SPKSI001).

Click here to see all of Spark’s new releases. 

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