CMC Ferrari 250 GTO, 1962, Yellow

delivery time: 2-4 days

Product.Nr.: CMC M-153

product description

A masterpiece of architecture model: M-153 CMC Ferrari 250 GTO, 1962, yellow
Welcome to a 250 GTO replica featuring CMC’s absolutely extraordinary craftsmanship. You have the option to choose between the silver, yellow, blue and red finishes according to your own preference.

A total of 39 GTO vehicles were built, including three equipped with a 4-liter engine.
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-153
  5. Single parts: more than 1,841
  6. Limited Edition: ---
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Model details:
  • Hand-crafted metal precision model with a left-hand drive, built from 1,841 single parts, of which 1,215 are made of metal
  • True-to-scale, authentic replication of the car body customized by the renowned coachbuilder Sergio Scaglietti
  • Elegantly-replicated front end with removable covers of the three air intakes
  • One coolant filler under a flip-open cover in the bonnet; one oil-tank filler housed under the right side of the rear window with an openable cover
  • Intricate windscreen-wipers with real rubber blades
  • Functional engine hood, equipped with a supporting rod, functional locks for quick release, and leather belts and buckles for secure fastening
  • Functional doors with sliding windows
  • Trunk lid has a supporting rod and opens to reveal a spare wheel
  • Rear fuel tank filler with a flip-open cap
  • Perfectly-wired wheels with a light alloy rim, stainless steel spokes and nipples
  • Unscrew the Borrani central locking nuts (with side-dependent right- and left-hand threads) to remove the wheels
  • Highly detailed 12-cylinder V-type engine, complete with all aggregates, pipes and cabling
  • Meticulous replication of the interior and its racing accessories, such as roll cage and safety belts. Seats upholstered in real textile covers with leather trimmings
  • Well-integrated dashboard with a full array of instruments and controls on a wrinkle-finish-paint surface
  • Elaborate undercarriage that reveals authentically-replicated front and rear suspensions, oil tank for dry sump lubrication, and fuel tank (all being made of stainless steel) in addition to an impressive racing-style tailpipe of the exhaust system.
  • Detachable stainless-steel bottom plate, and a brilliant high-gloss finish
Description of the original vehicle: In March 1961, people at Ferrari were getting nervous. This was due to the imminent introduction of a new Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. The car was seen as a serious competitor, and Ferrari was very concerned about its supremacy in motor racing. Enzo Ferrari acted immediately, and he commissioned Giotto Bizzarrini to design a new GT-class car. Bizzarrini decided to work with the 250GT/SWB, a model that had proved its worth against tough tests. It was quite clear that little change, if any, was going to be made of the chassis, while the wheelbase would remain the same at 2,400 mm. Major modification that ensued involved the rear-axle, body aerodynamics, and center of gravity. In addition, an improved gear train was provided.

The car obtained homologation with the new type designation of 250 GTO, where "O" stands for the Italian word "omologate" (homologated, certified). But because of a widely-known "internal coup" against Enzo Ferrari, several GTO designers, including Bizzarrini, had to leave the company.

He was succeeded by Mauro Foghieri, who set to work together with the coachbuilder Sergio Scaglietti and completed the development project. The new GTO boasted a stunningly beautiful body, and it was presented to the international press at Maranello in February 1962.

The racing debut of the GTO was at the 12 Hours of Sebring 1962 in the USA. Its driving duo Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien won the GT-class and finished 2nd overall. From then on, the winning streak continued; Ferrari clinched the constructors’ championship in 1962, 1963 and 1964 consecutively.
A total of 39 GTO vehicles were built, including three equipped with a 4-liter engine.
Special feature:3 lockable covers for the additional air intakes above the radiator grille, also removable if needed.
Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. Two-seater coupé body (Berlinetta) made of aluminum on a tubular frame with side trellis-frame reinforcement
  2. Engine: 12-cylinder V-engine with a 60⁰ cylinder angle and dual overhead camshafts
  3. Dry sump lubrication
  4. Bore x stroke: 73 x 58.8 mm
  5. Displacement: 2,953 cc
  6. Compression: 9.8 : 1
  7. Maximum output: 300 hp at 7,500 rpm
  8. Top speed: approx. 280 km/h
  9. Mixture preparation: 6x Weber 38 DCN-dual carburetor
  10. Transmission: Synchronized 5-speed manual rear-wheel drive
  11. Suspension: Front independent suspension on trapezoidal whishbones with coil springs; rear rigid axle with longitudinal leaf springs, Koni shock absorbers, and Watt linkage
  12. Brakes: Disk-brakes all around
  13. Wheelbase: 2,400 mm
  14. Track front: 1,354 (1,351)
  15. Track rear: 1,350 (1,346) mm
  16. Vehicle length: 4,325
  17. Vehicle wide: 1,600 mm
  18. Vehicle height: 1,210 mm
  19. Curb weight: approx. 900 kg
  20. Construction period: 1962-1964
  21. Quantity: 36 pcs. + 3 units with a 4-liter-engine