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During the 1970s and early 80s, Ferrari cars used a unique, translucent material for their brake scoops. We have utilized 3d printing technology to replicate the look of those scoops.

 

 

 

 

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1982 126C2 brake scoops
1/12 scale

 

 

1/20 and 1/12scale, 3d-printed parts to replicate the translucent nature of the 126C2 brake scoops.

The frosted detail plastic that this item is produced in has a bit of a rough surface. It can be sanded and polished to a variety of different smoothness and textures.

This part is 'printed' and sold through our partner store at Shapeways and will be processed and shipped independently from any orders placed through the Indycals website. Multiple parts ordered together will be combined under one shipping charge.

Please note that the material used to 'print' these parts is brittle - please exercise care when handling so as not to break off fragile parts.

 

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