Two new European variations : Range Rover Classic yellow and Ford Sierra “Bastos” by Inno64

This is an article to prove that Inno64 is not only making JDM cars. I’ve already featured here these 2 new castings, and here are two new liveries to add to your collection.

Inno64 adventure into European cars is not new since we had some racing BMW 320 and Mercedes-Benz DTM cars, but recently the brand added more to the line with some British classics such as the Range Rover Classic, a Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth, a Ford Escort Cosworth and even a nice Jaguar XJ-S. We are still very impatient to see the Renault 5 Turbo still at an early stage of resin print.

For now, the classic Range Rover is getting a new mustard robe, actually called “Sanglow yellow”. This is a very classic color for a Range Rover Classic, very similar to the Camel Trophy versions. The treatment of this new 4×4 is still excellent and the only difference I see from previous versions is the lack of plates. The car is getting a tan interior, the spare wheel, heaters on rear window … It’s an excellent casting well proportioned.

The new Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth is a favorite of mine and I cannot be more happy to have a new variation, specially a race version. Again, the brand is tooling a Spa Francorchamps (Belgium) car from Spa 24h 1989 (winner version). The Bastos livery is already applied, and I cannot really understand why sometimes tobacco brands can be applied like this one and some don’t (like Benson & Edges or John Player Special …). But, it’s fine with me, it’s less work to do.

Again, the car is a very famous one now from Inno64 and you can absolutely grab one without any doubt. It’s a masterpiece, and if you like classic touring cars, this one is for you. It will complement perfectly the last end of the year Spa Francorchamps version “Batibouw” I have featured in my top 10 article awards.

You can find these beautiful premium minicars (rolling, metal chassis) on eBay for reasonable price! Enjoy it!

See you soon for more Inno64 reviews!


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