|This was a concept car designed to test
aerodynamic ideas by Pininfarina and exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show
in 1968. It had a rear mounted 3 litre V12 engine. It's a nice model of
a striking and unusual car with that old favourite of design exercises -
gull wing doors, which open on the model to reveal a nice detailed
interior, not always present on Dinkys of this era.
started production of the Ferrari P5 in 1970 and it remained in
production until 1975. It had metallic red paintwork and a yellow
interior throughout the run. In 1973 the wheels were changed from the
very handsome cast replicas of the real thing to rather poor generic
Speedwheels. Neither version is particularly rare or valuable.