When it comes to 3D printable car models to assemble it does not get much better than Maurizio Casella’s work. His latest 3D printed ’57 Corvette, though, might just beat them all. “This ’57 Chevy Corvette is one of the most iconic design ever seen, and could not miss in my collection”, Maurizio said on Facebook. I modeled following blueprints for this first white and red version, and then printed it in white ABS by a Bnz 4070, red PLA on a Bad Devices BP2, silver metallic PLA on a WASP 2040. A second version light blue and white, with closed roof, is on the way.” I feel I “discovered” Maurizio “Mao” Casella, since we got in touch through Facebook when he was beginning to commercialize his 3D models. Judging by what he has produced so far, he might be one of the biggest talents out there at creating “consumer-ready” 3D printable models. He has shown it once again with three new creations straight out of “automotive mythology”: the Citroen 2CV, the original Mini Cooper, the Renault 5, the Wolkswagen Beetle, the “Hippy van”, and many more.