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RIVA SEBINO (1952 - 1957)

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. Model comes with a base.                

 

Item Code

Specifications

Packing Volume

SB0031P 

80L x 22W x 28H (cm)

31.50L x 8.66W x 11.02H (inch)

0.11 m = 3.88 ft

MODEL RIVA SEBINO BOW VIEW

MODEL RIVA SEBINO  FRONT TOP VIEW

Sebino

Sebino cockpit

MODEL RIVA SEBINO  COCKPIT VIEW

Riva Sebino

Riva Sebino model boat

Riva Sebino display model

Model Boat Riva Sebino

Riva Sebino boat model

 
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

This was the first boat designed exclusively for series production using a 60 Hp Chris-Craft engine. It was built using Honduras mahogany planking throughout. It was originally made with a two-part frameless glass windscreen. From the 1953 series the inner panels were lined with padded green vinyl and the windscreen was in a single piece. The number of frames was increased in 1955 and their centre distance set at 16 cm. A new steering box made of bronze with stainless steel parts and a Monel propeller shaft were fitted. The side planking was installed with the aid of adhesives. The bottom was fitted using corrosion resistant Phillips cross-head screws. From # 98, at the end of 1956, the bottom was a single piece of plywood and, from 101, the decking was also made of plywood, with inlaid veneers. The 1957 series is also typified by the wrap-around glass windscreen. A total number of 119 boats were built.
 

PACKING

 

Professional packing with solid styrofoam to secure the model.

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