This is a pretty overdue review, to be honest. I've had this car for a couple weeks now and I'm just now getting around to doing a review.

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Anyway, this is a 1957 Chevrolet Corvette in Cascade Green, built in Italy by Bburago (before the brand was reintroduced by the same company that makes Maisto models).

I did some research on eBay, and found prices of this model ranging from around $15 all the way up to nearly $50, so I'm really glad I was given this one for free.

It's in really great condition, although the passenger's side door feels a bit loose and can be a bit of a pain to close properly.

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The detail of this car is pretty good. Not perfect, but good.

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The chassis is the really impressive part here. It's detailed very well compared to other models, and actually looks like what you'd expect to see under a car of this vintage.

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The hood and doors open, and the steering wheel turns the front wheels, all of which are wrapped in Continental tires.

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The only real issue I find with this model is the windshield frame, which seems to be rather flimsy. When I got it, it wasn't completely on the windshield, so I had to gently slip it back on.

Still, all in all, it's a pretty good quality model, made in Italy, and if you search on eBay hard enough, you could probably pick one up relatively cheap.