The directional control of the wheels was done by operating the steering wheel, the column of which, inside the steering box, included a cam. This, while turning, pressed on two rubber balls sending air inside a tube which, inflating two rubber bulbs placed at the front, operated the steering. Top-of-the-range L'Autocorsa box with wire guidance station, complete with accessories for gymkhanas, L.The specialist in wire-guided electric cars Domo toys were very faithful to the real models, like the Alfa Romeo "Alfetta" 158 cars, or Fiat 1100, or Fiat Topolino, or even the Ferrari 166 barquette, but also the Patton tank and even the G helicopter 55. Many were embellished with a finely crafted little pilot. Domo also produced an Autocorsa TC, equipped with a thermal engine, called internal combustion engine, the famous 2.47 cc "Supertigre G20S" built by the Micromeccanica Saturno company of Bologna. This is controlled by a cable long enough to ensure a certain distance autonomy. Its speed could reach 18 to 20 km/h, unlike the circuit models, called "Theter Cars", connected by a cable in the center of the track and whose speed could peak at 200 km/h. Prestigious pieces The beauty and the high precision of construction, gave these scale models a place of choice during exhibitions in clubs. As specified in a Domo advertisement at the time, the large lounges of luxury hotels and transatlantic liners offered them the necessary space for races and legendary gymkhanas! Such is the case of the Alfetta 158, a legendary model if ever there was one, since this racing car was driven by Nino Farina, the winner of the first FI World Championship in 1950. 16,5 X 4,7 X 6,5 (inches) / 42.0 x 12.0 x 16.5 (cm).