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Ferrari 250 LM RHD #31 Winner 1964 Monza N. Vaccarella in 1:18 scale


This is the Ferrari 250 LMRHD #31 Winner 1964 Monza N. Vaccarella in 1:18 scale by CMC.

The car was delivered to Scuderia Filipinetti in Switzerland in 1964 along with another 250 LM. Georges Filipinetti was a racing-crazy entrepreneur and Ferrari general importer for Switzerland. Chassis 5899 was able to win the premiere race for Scuderia Filipinetti. Ludovico Scarfiotti downright outclassed the competition at the Sierra Montagna hill climb on August 30, 1964. Jochen Rindt, who occasionally raced in this vehicle, complained at the time about the Ferrari’s steering wheel being far too large in his opinion and said that it would fit much better in a truck than in a racing car.After a serious accident in 1965, the vehicle was rebuilt – but with a Porsche 906 body instead of the original. The vehicle was then used in this way by several changing Swiss and Austrian owners.After repeated accidents and reconstructions, the car was only properly restored at the end of the 1990s and subsequently certified by Ferrari Classiche in 2005.Nino Vacarella won the Coppa Intereuropa in Monza with this vehicle on September 6, 1964.

Each CMC scale model car is a perfect replication of a historically significant automobile. Every detail of
the 1:1 scale auto is recorded. Not one detail is missed or omitted.
CMC Features include:
● Extremely Detailed Engine
● Each individual component is neatly mounted by hand
● Instruments on the dash are mounted separately
● Moveable and Steerable Front Wheels
● Floor covering is laid in by hand
● Accurate and highly detailed Interior and Chassis
● Opening Doors, Trunk and Hood
● Allows for mounting and dismounting of wheels with winged central locking nut
● Models are painted with the same process used by automakers, Multi-layer and clear coated.
To finish, the model is polished to a luster no less than the original.