The Ferrari 340 MM was a significant car in the automotive industry as it was one of the most successful Ferraris in the early 1950s racing scene. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1953, the car was driven by the Marzotto brothers, Vittorio and Paolo, and achieved a remarkable fourth place overall, despite having a smaller engine than most of its competitors. The car featured a sleek and aerodynamic design, and its V12 engine produced an impressive 300 horsepower. Its success at Le Mans and other prestigious races helped cement Ferrari's reputation as a dominant force in motorsports.
This model is hand painted and polished to a beautiful finish and has a sealed body. BBR models are known for their accuracy of scale, shape and detail throughout the industry. Each model is created using a variety of production processes, to achieve this precision. They are produced using a composite material referred to in the industry as “resin”. Photo etched parts, die-cutting, tampo printing and waterslide decals are often used for the most authentic replication.