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Old 07-27-2010, 11:24 PM
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1/43 Carrera Panamericana Ferraris

Hello All:

Does anyone know of a listing of the Ferraris that ran the Carrera Panamericana from 1951-1954? I have put together the listing below but am wondering if I am missing any as I have 1/43 diecasts of most on the list:

1951

( ) 212E #34 Taruffi/Chinetti
( ) 212E #9 Ascari/Villoresi


1952

( ) 212E #5 Echevarria/Becerril
( ) 250S #8 Bracco/Bronzoni
( ) 212E #9 Hill/Stubbs
( ) 212E #12 Aguilar/Ramirez
( ) 212E #13 Iberra/Solares
( ) 340 #14 Ascari/Scotuzzi
( ) 340M #16 Villoresi/Cassani
( ) 340A #17 J.Mcafee/E.Mcafee
( ) 340M #20 Chinetti/Lucas

1953

( ) 340M #4 Hill/Ginther
( ) 250MM #5 Ruiz/Villegas
( ) 375MM #12 Maglioli
( ) 375MM #15 Stagnoli/Scotuzzi
( ) 375MM #23 Salviati/Ricci
( ) 375MM #26 Mancini/Serena
( ) 375MM #45 Chinetti/dePortago

1954

( ) 375+ #1 J.Macfee/Robertson
( ) 750 #2 dePortago
( ) 500 #3 Rubirosa/E.Macfee
( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet (sn #0358AM)
( ) 750 #14 Bracco/Livocchi
( ) 375+ #19 Maglioli
( ) 375MM #20 Hill/Ginther
( ) 250 Monza #22 Cornacchia
( ) 375MM #24 Chinetti/Shakespeare

And has anyone ever seen a photo of this car from the 1954 race?

( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet (sn #0358AM)

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Terry Jones
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:39 PM
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Hi Terry
you might take a look here:
http://www.barchetta.cc/All.Ferraris...ary/index.html

klick on the writing "more" for each year

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Old 07-30-2010, 11:13 PM
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Hi Terry
you might take a look here:
http://www.barchetta.cc/All.Ferraris...ary/index.html

klick on the writing "more" for each year

Kind regards
Wolfgang
Thanks for the tip. Now I know what the car looks like I will keep an eye out for decals and a die-cast to complete my set! Thanks Again!

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Old 08-11-2010, 02:15 AM
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Hello All:

Does anyone know of a listing of the Ferraris that ran the Carrera Panamericana from 1951-1954? I have put together the listing below but am wondering if I am missing any as I have 1/43 diecasts of most on the list:

1951

( ) 212E #34 Taruffi/Chinetti
( ) 212E #9 Ascari/Villoresi


1952

( ) 212E #5 Echevarria/Becerril
( ) 250S #8 Bracco/Bronzoni
( ) 212E #9 Hill/Stubbs
( ) 212E #12 Aguilar/Ramirez
( ) 212E #13 Iberra/Solares
( ) 340 #14 Ascari/Scotuzzi
( ) 340M #16 Villoresi/Cassani
( ) 340A #17 J.Mcafee/E.Mcafee
( ) 340M #20 Chinetti/Lucas

1953

( ) 340M #4 Hill/Ginther
( ) 250MM #5 Ruiz/Villegas
( ) 375MM #12 Maglioli
( ) 375MM #15 Stagnoli/Scotuzzi
( ) 375MM #23 Salviati/Ricci
( ) 375MM #26 Mancini/Serena
( ) 375MM #45 Chinetti/dePortago

1954

( ) 375+ #1 J.Macfee/Robertson
( ) 750 #2 dePortago
( ) 500 #3 Rubirosa/E.Macfee
( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet (sn #0358AM)
( ) 750 #14 Bracco/Livocchi
( ) 375+ #19 Maglioli
( ) 375MM #20 Hill/Ginther
( ) 250 Monza #22 Cornacchia
( ) 375MM #24 Chinetti/Shakespeare

And has anyone ever seen a photo of this car from the 1954 race?

( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet (sn #0358AM)

Thanks
Terry Jones
Ottawa, Canada

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do you have a diecast of the 340 America chassis 0150A No.17 from 1952?
would you show a pic and info about the model?
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Old 08-14-2010, 04:32 AM
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Car #17

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do you have a diecast of the 340 America chassis 0150A No.17 from 1952?
would you show a pic and info about the model?
I will try to post a picture shortly. It is a Jolly Model 1/43 diecast that I got on ebay. It is all black and a nice piece. I do wonder if this car, like dePortago's 750 Monza in 1954 were really black or in fact red? Given that red can sometimes look like different colors with early photography. Will try to post pic or send me a PM and I can email it to you.

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Old 08-19-2010, 05:47 AM
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I will try to post a picture shortly. It is a Jolly Model 1/43 diecast that I got on ebay. It is all black and a nice piece. I do wonder if this car, like dePortago's 750 Monza in 1954 were really black or in fact red? Given that red can sometimes look like different colors with early photography. Will try to post pic or send me a PM and I can email it to you.

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Terry Jones
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0150A was dark red at the CP - i have an old colour pic to prove that.
even on the old b/w pics it does look dark but not black.
a picture of the model would be appreciated! does it wear the decals with No.17 and the USA Ferrari script?
0150A is now in Austria and owned by a friend of mine.
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Old 08-26-2010, 06:41 PM
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Here are the pics of the Jolly Model Kit

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0150A was dark red at the CP - i have an old colour pic to prove that.
even on the old b/w pics it does look dark but not black.
a picture of the model would be appreciated! does it wear the decals with No.17 and the USA Ferrari script?
0150A is now in Austria and owned by a friend of mine.
If you have current pics of the car why not post them? I would love to own a Panamericana Ferrari one day (HA! HA! HA!) Nice vintage cars!

Cheers!
Terry Jones
Ottawa, Canada
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:33 PM
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Thanks for the tip. Now I know what the car looks like I will keep an eye out for decals and a die-cast to complete my set! Thanks Again!

Terry Jones
Ottawa, Canada
I have been spending my children's college money and as of this moment are missing the following models to complete my Carrera Panamericana Ferrari set:

1951

( ) 212E #34 Taruffi/Chinetti BBR
( ) 212E #9 Ascari/Villoresi BBR

1952
( ) 212E #13 Iberra/Solares BBR

1953
( ) 375MM #26 Mancini/Serena - unknown

1954
( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet (sn #0358AM) - unknown

Cheers!
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Old 09-11-2010, 01:18 AM
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Unhappy 1954 C.P. CAR #4 Photos Anyone???

Hello All!

Just noticed that the following cars were in fact one the same SN#0358AM

1953
( ) 375MM #12 Maglioli

1954
( ) 375MM #4 Bonomi/Peyloubet

Does anyone know of a photo showing this car in the 1954 markings????

THX
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Old 09-11-2010, 09:47 AM
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Why don't you put this with the other Carrera Pan American thread. Now you are asking for pictures, so its not all 1/43rd related. This is a nice list to have. I already have many of the BBR PAN AM kits.


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Old 09-11-2010, 11:25 PM
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Why don't you put this with the other Carrera Pan American thread. Now you are asking for pictures, so its not all 1/43rd related. This is a nice list to have. I already have many of the BBR PAN AM kits.


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Thanks for the good idea, I was thinking along the same lines as that. Actually I wonder if anyone else out there knows of any other brands of 1/43 Panamericana Ferraris besides BBR, Top Model, Brumm or Art Model?

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Thanks for the good idea, I was thinking along the same lines as that. Actually I wonder if anyone else out there knows of any other brands of 1/43 Panamericana Ferraris besides BBR, Top Model, Brumm or Art Model?

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Old 09-21-2010, 09:21 PM
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Hello All!

I received my decals for Car #26 for the 1953 race as well as the Top Model Ferrari 121 LM which I will decal as the #705 car from the Mille Miglia. Will post both before and after pictures to let you all see how decalling diecast cars goes! Hopefully they will turn out OK!

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