CMC Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competizione, 1961 Le Mans #14, CMC authorized ltd. Edition 200 pcs in special box

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product description

A masterpiece of architecture model: CMC model M-079 in special box. The special box was produced in a limited and numbered edition of 200 pieces worldwide. It was created on the occasion of the opening of our website cmc

Technical data of the CMC model:
  1. Model: Precision model hand-assembled
  2. Manufacturer: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
  3. Scale: 1:18
  4. Item-No.: M-079SV
  5. Single parts: more than 1,100
  6. Limited Edition: 200 pcs worldwide authorized of CMC
Model details:
  • high-end precision model hand-made of more than 1,100 single parts
  • Authentic and scale-shaped body with a brilliant finish
  • Bumpers front / rear in solid metal construction; chrome horns high gloss
  • Hinged engine- and trunk hood
  • Highly detailed six-cylinder boxer engine with complete wiring and cabling
The "Competizione Le Mans" comes with many distinctive features compared to the street version:
  • Devoid of the front and rear bumpers
  • Additional front air inlets for the cooling of the disk brakes
  • Big 16-inch wheels that measure 6.0 x 16 (front) and 6.5 x 16 (rear)
  • Little insect-guard windshield on the bonnet
  • Rear splash guards
  • Exhaust pipes with chromed SNAP extractors
  • Protection plate for the left double exhaust pipe
  • Adjustable illumination for the starting number on the trunk
  • Red pit-stop light on the right rear fender
  • Undercarriage with cover plates
  • Jack slots in the front for quick lifting
  • Functional quick opening/closing cover for the fuel tank (with no tank cap per se)
  • Optically enhanced dashboard with a black shrivel vanish surface
  • Spacious trunk with a larger tank (approx. 130 litres) and a removable spare wheel
  • Border-covering panel on the door inside (without window crank mechanism)
  • Carburettor system with open induction funnels and air shield
  • Silver body paintwork with a blue racing stripe
  • Starting numbers generated by the tampon printing method
Description of the original vehicle: In 2008, a Ferrari 250 GT landed one of the highest bids that had every been made in an automobile auction. Including all charges and surcharges, the bidder was willing to pay 7.04 Million Euros (approx. 10 Million US Dollars) for the vehicle. Why? Just two words, which happened to be the title of the auction: Leggenda e passione or "legend and passion".
By the end of the 1950’s, the 250 GT was already a much demanded car. Aristocrats or Hollywood stars -- the ones who could afford it -- tried to lay their hands on a street version. Famous race drivers, such as Stirling Moss, Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips, John Surtees and Maurice Trintignant, virtually felt obliged to drive a racing version of the 250 GT called "Competizione". Perhaps no other car has had such an impact on the history of the Scuderia Ferrari.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. 12-cylinder-V-engine with two overhead camshafts
  2. Bore x stroke: 73 x 58.8 mm
  3. Displacement:2,953 ccm
  4. Maximum output: up to 290 hp at 7,000 / rpm
  5. Top speed: 270 km/h
  6. Aluminium two-door coupé body (curb weight 1,022 kg)
  7. Total length: 4.150 mm
  8. Wheel base: 2,400 mm
  9. Independent wheel suspension in the front, on lengthwise compound springs suspended rigid rear axle
  10. all around disk brakes
  11. Construction period / quantity 250 GT / SWB: 1959 – 1962 (approx. 165 units, 22 of which are special Competizione versions, with a higher maximum output and speed)
  12. End of construction period: 1962
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Wrote by franck T. on 03.07.2010

Une délicieuse attention

C'est pas grand chose mais une édition spéciale ça fait toujours plaisir, surtout quand la miniature est si belle.

Wrote by . on 14.04.2010

Enfin une boite digne d'une CMC

Très jolie boite pour cette Ferrari le Mans, elle met en valeur cette belle CMC dont le seul regret pour leur production, serait un peut la tristesse des boites, mais ce ne sont pas les boites que nous collectionnons.

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