|Object:||Boat model 65cm|
|Estimated Period:||2000 - Present|
|Country of Origin:||Viet Nam|
|Condition:||As new - unused|
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Boat model Riva runabout 65 cm
Sublime model reproducing faithfully the Riva Aquarama launched in 1962
The most mythical runabout of the biggest Stars sailing between St Tropez and Porto Cervo and Ibiza in the 1960s-80
The Rolls or Ferrari of the sea, as say some was created by Carlo Riva in 1962 for the world jet set and it is the most powerful twin-engine at that time
Fully handmade by Vietnamese craftsmen who are the most skilled when it comes to complying with the original proportions and the quality of the fine materials used like mahogany and genuine marine saddlery for seats.
The 10 layers of varnish are faithful to the original model and give this work a deep brilliance, incomparable and unique
The performance quality is fantastic and unbeatable and every detail is respected and in line with the original.
NEW and shipped with its wooden base which enhances its outline, in its original box filled with expanded polystyrene to protect it from any impact during transportation.
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|Feedback score:||94.4% (19 reviews)|
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|Rest of Europe||$55.98|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: GRASSE (PACA), France.