I have a question maybe someone here can answer.
I recently bought a few old models of the 70s, including this one:
I thought it was John Day, but Day never issued a Tipo B (P3), according to all sources. There's no marking under it, except a painted sign (containing maybe a C) and what appears to be a # 48. It may or may not relate to the manufacturer catalogue number, or any identification making sense for who assembled it.
I'm sure I have a picture of this very model somewhere, but it is definitely not in Rampini nor in the miniature magazine I have, and I failed to find back the pic which is impressed in my memory.
Browsing Fer's listing, the likely candidates might be Classic Cars or Plumbie Inter, as it is white metal and represents a 1934, cart sprung Tipo B (not the Stanley 1935 Dubonnet version, shown in the background).
Anyone owns the same and/or can identify it?