Early model Formcar differences

 

 

Early model Formcar differences...  (prepared by Renaud Lechalier (France)

* 63 MKI > 8 parts for the body, rounded engine body WITH 356 looking grill

* 64 MKII > same chassis, 8 parts for the body, rounded engine body WITHOUT the 356 looking grill (only difference) 
and original 4 pipes exhaust in vertical position (one under the other each side)

* 65 MKIII > different chassis a bit reinforced, only 4 parts for the body and opened engine body (2 main differences) without the 356 looking grill,
and original 4 pipes exhaust in horizontal position (one beside the other each side)

Note that original 4 pipes exhausts were often replaced by 4 into 1 (less nice but a bit more powerful) , but only a detail ...  

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Also - A few video links that might be of historical interest.... (please, if you find others, send them to me to post here).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEPZKu5aYFk&feature=player_embedded

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEPZKu5aYFk&authuser=0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69ftwb2Dio4

 

 

 


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