Nicely done in 1:43 scale by autocult this is the 1962 Jamos GT in Red. This is a resin model.
In 1962, a sporty two-seater convertible was created under the name Jamos GT in the Austrian capital of Vienna. The naming was a combination from the surnames of both designers – Jauernig and Moser.
After countless hours, the coachbuilder Fritz Jauernig and the Fiat-car dealer Peter Moser set their own body design on very small 12-inch wheels, equipped it with a chassis of a Puch 500, and powered it with a 643 cc Puch-engine that delivered 33 hp. Jauernig existed since 1911 and a shape was produced in a classical way. Firstly, a wooden model in original size was produced and from those a plaster mould was manufactured and was laminated with fiber-glass soaked polyester. Even the window panes had to be produced for this new and very light outer form. The completed coupé was weighted 500 kg, and reached a maximum speed of around 110 km/h. Although Peter Moser was taking part on mountain races in Austria with his Jamos GT, his limited success did not drive sales and the production of this unique model was not continued.