1947 - Buenos Aires GP - Achille Varzi
The Alfa Romeo factory made a comeback to Grand Prix
racing in 1938 having taking over from the dissolved
Scuderia Ferrari.

With Enzo Ferrari still as Team manager their first
creation was the 308.

The debut of the new car at the Pau GP didn’t go well
with Nuvolari retiring after his 308 burst into flames
prompting him to resign from Alfa Romeo and move to
Auto Union!

After the war the 308's found success at the hands of
Achille Varzi, Oscar Gálvez and Chico Landi in South
America with wins in Brazil and Argentina. A 308 also
scored top ten finishes at the Indianapolis 500 between
1946-48.

1/32 Wheelbase : 86mm
Please note: SHX103 - Alfa Romeo 308 RTR does not come with front wheel steering due to the front suspension fairings on this car.