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Targa Florio Corvette 13
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Targa Florio Corvette Scratch Building
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We have a Targa Florio event/race that that focuses around the years 1969 to 1971. Accurate scratch built liveries are a must. If a car was entered, it can be created and raced even if the real one didn't show up. But you need to bring details like proof of colour, etc... says a driver named Anatoly Arutunoff tried to enter a Corvette in 1971. But got disqualified before the race. I searched Google Images for days only to come up empty handed. The only thing I found was his phone number through the yellow pages. I can't enter this Corvette until I get details and facts.

So I found the courage to make the phone call, and hope he doesn't hang up in my ear. What a super nice guy! He and I talked for about 45-minutes about all sorts of stuff. The most important... the details of his 1971 Corvette. White with a black hood.

Now I can enter a Corvette in the Targa Florio.

I started off with a Revell C3 static kit.


Mr Arutunoff's car got disqualified for something to do with the roll-bar. He found out after the race that his Corvette could have qualified if an Italian safety tech had pre-approved it. Tragedy!

Thank you very kindly for looking.