1962 Ferrari 250 GTO #112 Targa Florio Model in 1:18 Scale by BBR
The race was created in 1906 by the wealthy pioneer race driver and automobile enthusiast, Vincenzo Florio, who had started the Coppa Florio race in Brescia, Lombardy in 1900.
By the mid-1920s, the Targa Florio had become one of Europes most important races, as neither the 24 Hours of Le Mans nor the Mille Miglia had been established yet. Grand Prix races were still isolated events,
not a series like todays F1.
We present the replica of the model that raced in 1964 with pilots U.Norinder and Picko Troberg, finishing in ninth place.
This GTO is assembled and produced entirely in Italy in our workshop in Saronno.
The painting is made of double color with masking.
Only 200 pieces limited products worldwide.
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.
BBR models are usually produced in very small production quantities that often sell out at "pre-order"