CMC Maserati 250F GP Monaco #32, "Fangio", 1957

309,00 EUR

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product description

A masterpiece of architecture model: M-101 CMC Maserati 250F #32 Grand Prix Monaco, Fangio, 1957

Technical data of the CMC-model:
  1. Model: Assembled, handmade precision model
  2. Manufacuter: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
  3. Scale: 1:18
  4. Art.-No.: M-101
  5. Farbe: rot
  6. Driver: Juan Manuel Fangio
  7. Parts: ---
  8. Limited Edition: 2000
Model Details:
  • Handmounted precision model, constructed by diecast, metal and copper
  • Costly creation of the tubular space frame in metal
  • True to the original recreation of the complete 6-cylinder-inline-engine with all aggregates
  • Realisation of all ventilation slots (gills) on the whole body, made by open work method
  • Removable engine hood with 4 functional locking hooks
  • Detailled creation of the ribbed break drums of metal
  • Precise recreation of the wheels double-leaf central locking nut. Made of stainless steel with engrained “Borrani” manufacturer logo
  • Snaps on the car's nose and engine compartment side panels as stainless steel bolts and secured with steel wire (parts not removable)
  • Fastening of the gas tank with leather covered tensioning belt
  • Exactly elaborated cockpit with textile covered seat
  • Numbers in the tampon printing method
Special feature
  • Tremendous technical effort for the display of the rivets at the rear end
  • Single by hand implemented rivets, in part even with washers, show a distinctive appearance of 301 rivets
Description of the original vehicle: In 1957, Maserati was at the height of his racing history. After Juan Manuel Fangio had returned to the Maserati factory team, he won on his Maserati 250 F (lightweight) many Grand Prix races and was able to celebrate his fifth season at the Grand Prix World Championship.
At the very first race of the Formula 1 World Championship Grand Prix of Monaco on 19th May 1957 Juan Manuel Fangio could enter in the winners list as the winner.
After an initially dramatic race with many position changes and some vehicle-turner in the Lancia / Ferrari driver and the British Vanwall racing cars were involved, Fangio was able to start with the no. 32 more from the field and settle an easy victory heading. The British racing driver Tony Brooks finished second on Vanwall.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. 6-cylinder in-line-engine
  2. Displacement: 2,493 ccm
  3. Maximum output: 280 hp at 8,000 rpm
  4. Top speed: up to 310 km/h
  5. Wheel base: 2,280 mm
  6. Total length: 4,050 mm
  7. Weight: 630 kg