CMC Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Passo Corto/SWB, 1961, yellow

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A masterpiece of architecture model: CMC Diecast Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Passo Corto/SWB, 1961, yellow

CMC has dedicated itself to reproducing the luxury (Lusso) edition of the 250 GT SWB based on a street-version (Stradale) built in 1961.

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-054
  5. Parts: 1.141
  6. Limited Edtition: ----
Model Details:
  • Hand-assembled metal model car composed of 1,141 parts
  • Precisely scaled car body
  • Cooler grill of metal
  • Metal front / rear bumpers chromed to a gloss finish
  • Hinged engine-hood with an adjustable bracket
  • Fantastic miniature of the twelve-cylinder V-engine with all the aggregates pipelines and cabelling
  • Riveted metal lining on the doorstep
  • Masterly crafted spoke wheels with aluminium-rims, stainless-steel spokes wired by hand, air-valve fitted into the rim
  • Screwable Borrani wheel nuts enable you to remove / fasten the wheels
  • Exactly crafted an accurate louvers on the front and the rear fenders
  • Filigree-designed metal wipers equipped with rubber blades
  • Paddes bucket seats and interior covered with finest leather
  • True-to-the-original dashboard complete with all instruments and control gadgets
  • Authentically replicated Nardi three-spoke steering wheel in wood-like finish
  • Carpeted passenger compartment and trunk floor
  • Removable spare wheel fastened by a toggle screw in the trunk
  • All windows framed in metal
  • Flip-on tank cap
  • Exact replication of the underbody and the steel tube frame
  • Front-wheel suspension with triangular wishbone, coil spring and shock-absorbers, all made in metal
  • Rear-wheel suspension on rigid axle with lengthwise compound springs, shock-absorbers, and double-sided arranged trailing links
  • True-to-the-original replication of the exhaust pipes and its chromed metal end
  • Brake- and fuel pipes, complete with filter, electric fuel pump, hand brake ropes etc.
Description of the original vehicle: Ferrari is known as the manufacturer of Gran Turismo cars, which enjoy a most prestigious reputation in the world. from the mid-50's to the realy 60's, the 250 GT Berlinetta dominated in the GT racing series. This model started out with the long wheelbase. From 1959 till its phase-out in 1962, it switched to the short wheel base known as "passo corto" or "SWB". Between 1959 till 1962, some 165 cars were made from the short wheel base model. To this day, virtually no other model has made such a lasting and sensational impact ont the history of Ferrari and had chosen to drive a 250. Among them were Stirling Moss, Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips, John Surtees and Maurice Trintignant, to name just a few.

CMC has dedicated itself to reproducing the luxury (Lusso) edition of the 250 GT SWB based on a street-version (Stradale) built in 1961.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. Street version, Lusso type
  2. Twelve-cylinder V-engine with two-positioned camshafts
  3. Bore x stroke: 73 x 58,8 mm
  4. Displacement: 2953 ccm
  5. Maximum output: 250 hp at 7.000 rpm
  6. Topspeed: 250 km/h
  7. Wheel base: 2,400 mm
  8. Total length: 4,150 mm
  9. Steelbody (doors and hoods made of aluminium)
  10. Production period / units made 250 GT SWB: 1959 - 1962 (approx. 165 units)
  11. Phase-out: 1962
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Wrote by Antonio S. on 22.10.2010

CMC Ferrari 250 GT SWB Rouge ou Jaune, 1961

Cette Ferrari 250 GT SWB est aussi superbe en rouge qu’en jaune, cette dernière couleur lui va à ravir. Ce modèle a été pour moi un véritable coup de foudre et le départ de ma collection CMC. Magnifique, à posséder absolument.

Wrote by franck T. on 03.07.2010

250 GT SWB Giallo

Le rouge lui va mieux mais ce jaune lui va tout de même très bien.

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