CMC Maserati 250 F #1, Juan Manuel Fangio World Champion car 1957

548,00 EUR

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Product.Nr.: CMC M-064

product description

A masterpiece of architecture model:CMC Modell Maserati 250 F, Starting number 1, Juan Manuel Fangio, World Champion car 1957
Hand-mounted precision model made of die-cast, metal and copper sheet. Single, by hand implemented rivets, in part even with washers, show a distinctive appearance of 301 rivets
Starting number 1 and the modena registration number printed by the tampon printing method on the red painted car-body.
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-064
  5. Parts: 1.387
  6. Limited Edition: 5000
Model details:
  • Handmounted fullmetal precision model
  • Costly creation of the tubular space frame in metal
  • True to the original recreation of the complete 6-cylinder-inline-engine with all aggregates and cabeling
  • Realisation of all ventilation slots (gills) on the whole body. Made by open work method
  • Detailed 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
  • Quick opening device for the racing cars nose and the engine compartment side plates. Made of stainless steel bolts and protected with steel wire (parts are not removable)
  • Movable gas-, oil tank cap and leather covered tension belt of metal for the tank
  • 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
  • Starting number 1 and the modena registration number printed by the tampon printing method on the red painted car-body
Description of the original vehicle: The year 1957 embodied one of the most dinstinguished and eventfulliest of Maserati's history. Back then at the 4th of August, more than 200.000 people spectated the start of the Grand Prix of the century. It took place at the most difficult but also most beautiful racetrack of the world. The famous Nürburgring in Germany.

After a acrimonious fight with his both biggest rivals Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins, both driving the Ferrari 801 F1, Juan Manuel Fangio was able to celebrate with his lightweight constructed Maserati 250F and only with a head start of 3.6 seconds one of his largest triumphs.
Because of that terrific victory Fangio conquered his 5th world championship title and became a legend of racing car history, and so did the Maserati 250F.
Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. Engine: 6-cylinder-inline-engine
  2. Displacement: 2.493 ccm
  3. Maximum output: 270 hp / 8.000 rpm
  4. Top speed: up to 300 km/h
  5. Wheel base: 2.280 mm
  6. Total length: 4.050 mm
  7. Total weight: 630 kg