Authentic Models "Riva Aquarama Art AS182"
Indianapolis aluminum car with red seat. Fans of technical progress in the 1930s loved to compete on the track with the legendary B.B. Korn commonly called "spindizzy" or "pylon machines". They reached amazing speeds continuously imposing on the competition of prohibitive standards. The founder of the B.B. Korn Manufacturing Company Barney Korn made numerous Spindizzy models which today as vintage cars are sold at auction at dizzying prices. For the children of its customers Korn designed and built Indianapolis which was a real revelation among the cars without engine in the pre -war period. The intent was to involve the little ones and entice them to the sport of motoring. With the dashboard equipped with indicators, the rubber tires and the body in hand pollutary aluminum, our Indianapolis is an authentic tribute to the great Korn.