The final model in the original Griffith line was supposed to be the vehicle that brought the company to a new level of sports car sophistication. It certainly had the credentials— a sexy new body from Turin-based Carrozzeria Intermeccanica with long, lean lines, and a sophisticated chassis tuned by none other than road racing legend Mark Donohue. Sadly, finance troubles felled Griffith Motors after just a handful of the fabulous Griffith Series 600 had been assembled at Griffith's Long Island facility. So alluring were its Italian curves, however, that it got not just one but two additional leases on life. First as the Omega, assembled by engineering icons Holman and Moody, and later a mildly revised version of the Series 600 became the basis for the Intermeccanica Torino and subsequent Italia.
Automodello™ follows up its successful Griffith Series 200 with a dazzling 1:43 replica of what many consider the ultimate Griffith design. Every luscious curve is reproduced in exacting detail; showcasing a design that many feel was years ahead of its time and its competition. So accurate is Automodello’s model that it is the only replica to carry Andrew “Jack” Griffith’s signature and personal endorsement.Automodello is a manufacturer specializing in overlooked, neglected and interesting as well as new models from British, European, North American and other marques. Automodello's inagural model is the 1964 Griffith Series 200 followed by the 1974 to 1976 Bricklin SV1, 1966 Fitch Phoenix and 1938 Packard Twelve Convertible Victoria.
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