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This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated, but it does not include glue or paints.
Model Factory Hiro has re-edited for a limited time the kit of the Ferrari 250 LM at 1/12 scale, maintaining its incredible details. Completely exploded
rims, with all the chrome parts individually
; the detailed engine made of white metal, the tires made of retreaded rubber
, the body molded in perfectly injected white resin
, and fantastic rubber parts
for the side window frames
and the different mats inside
the car. This version reproduces the unit of the Maranello Concessionaires team that participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965, and which failed to finish the race due to gearbox problems.
Additional details for the Ferrari 250LM
model car kit:
- Manufactured by Model Factory Hiro in 1/12 scale with reference MFH-K654 (also listed as 4580011506549, K654 and K-654).
- Belongs to the Maranello Concessionaires Team.
- Raced at the 24 Hours Le Mans in 1965.
- Includes metal parts, photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, vacuum formed parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials, assembly instructions and painting instructions.
- Package measures 300 mm x 400 mm x 150 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 3000 g (review pending).
- Box barcode 4580011506549 (GTIN/EAN)
- Featured in newsletters 313 and 531.
Presented at the Paris Motor Show in November 1963, the first 250 LM did indeed have a 3-litre engine. The model number was just for show… the other 31 units had 3.3-litre engines, so, translated into Ferrari parlance, it really was a 275 LM. The Commendatore did not want to jeopardize the homologation of the new car as a Gran Turismo, and for this reason he decreed that the original name be maintained. In the end, the bureaucracy and stubbornness of the FIA delayed the approval of the application until February 1966, by which time Scaglietti had finished the production series.
The 250 LM, designed by Pinninfarina, was the first mid-engined Ferrari available to customers, with a 12-cylinder engine producing 320 hp, with which the 250 LM could reach 287 km/h. The windshield, side windows and roof were the same as the second series GTO. Just behind the grille were the water and oil radiators and the reservoir for dry sump lubrication. The trunk was at the front, the spare tire behind, and the driving position had been moved forward.
By the end of the 1964 season, the 250 LM had won ten major events. In 1965, Ferrari trusted its customers and, among others, achieved victory at Le Mans, with the unity of the N.A.R.T. (North American Racing Team) with Jochen Rindt and Masten Gregory at the wheel.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.