Ferrari Desk Racer

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Sauve, sophisticated aluminium ferrari model car. This attractive hand cast and polished metal desktop model is a stunning piece on any table. Dimensions LWD  M. 10.6 x 4.1 x 2.8''   M. 27 x 10.5 x 7cm,  

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As a little boy, one of the first car brand names that he may hear is "Ferrari". When the boy is in his teen years, he builds up on a dream to one day drive a Ferrari. The next stage is when the child is over-obsessed with racing and Grand Prix and is more focused on buying that television where he can watch the racing Ferrari with clarity. The driving of a Ferrari is however left at the back of his mind untouched...... until you gift him this desktop jewel that will surely bring out the teen boy with a dream hidden in him.

Bring home or gift the all new Authentic Models vintage Ferrari desktop racing model car which is sure to make the owner's heart race with excitement and joy. The dexterity in looks of this model car is quite desirable and appropriate in a man's office desktop with its vintage structure, but an ultra modern, suave and polished finishing that could be the next big thing on your living room coffee table or lounge peg stool. It looks great on vintage wooden tables and showcases as well as "a la mode" desktops in a twenty first century office or reception.

The body of the car is made with good great quality aluminium and is hand cast, keeping in mind the classic taste of the one you wish to gift this to. This is made of metal and unlike other gifting ideas is very long-term and will literally be remembered. It is easy to clean and handle while the exteriors making it quite difficult for eyes to keep away from attending to its immortal Italian inspired designs.

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