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RIVA OLYMPIC (1969 - 1983)

Model is hand-crafted from wood with planks on frame construction and ready for display. The metal fittings and strips are brass and chromed as stainless steel. The upholstery is available with different colors.                       

 

Item Code

Specifications

Packing Volume

SB0033P  87L x 27W x 24H (cm)

31.25L x 10.62W x 9.44H (inch)

0.11 m = 3.88 ft

Riva Olympic Model

Riva Olympic  Bow

Riva Olympic Stern

Riva Olympic Hull

 
Available with different colors for your choice Suggest: Display case to preserve the model from dust

Self assemble display case for Riva boats

This assembly display case comes with plexiglass.

 

 

>>Any other colors for the upholstery upon enquiry is possible

 

HISTORY

Named after the Mexico Olympics of 1968, the Olympic was introduced in 1969 to replace the Super Florida. Its design was similar to the Junior in many respects, albeit that the sides were painted in transparent varnish.

The last wooden motorboat to be designed by Cantieri Riva, the design of the Olympic did not evolve over time, and all boats were the same length, 6.55 metres. Although it continued to be produced until 1983, the majority of the 274 production run was built prior to 1975. Nearly all Olympic boats carried 220 or 270 hp Riva badged engines.
 

PACKING

 

Professional packing with solid styrofoam to secure the model.

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