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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, which can also be purchased separately at SpotModel!.
Scale model kit of the Ferrari 512M belonging to the Montegrosso range by Tameo, with the removable rear hood to expose the engine and all the mechanical components that surround it. It includes an extensive exploded view of metal parts, photo-etched, vacuum-formed and turned metal parts, such as the intake trumpets. A delicacy that you cannot miss!

Additional details for the Ferrari 512M car scale model kit:

In the 1971 Tour de France Automobile, Matra entered two cars, while the Escudería Montjuich carried the already repaired Ferrari 512 M after its accident in the 1000 km of Austria.

For this road race, an additional cooling fan, an auxiliary battery and additional lights had been fitted to the Ferrari 512M. The suspension settings chosen were those that Maranello had studied for the Targa Florio, and it fitted longer exhausts, having modified the engine tuning to improve its response at low revs. Finally, a lower plate was mounted to protect the crankcase. Despite all these modifications, few believed in the possibility that a pure circuit car could finish this race, whose route included almost 4.900 km by road between timed and link sections, and "only" 1.074 km of circuit competition.

The long development of the Tour de France and the professional obligations of José Mª Juncadella made him consider running only part of the race, then handing over the wheel to Jabouille, while the Frenchman Guénard would act as co-driver for both. Juncadella was able to race less than expected due to professional reasons, but he still did a good part of the Tour, qualifying well in numerous circuits, winning in Montjuich, where one of the sections of this French round was held, and at the Bugatti circuit in Le Mans, and finishing second in Albi and Paul Ricard. With his results, he handed over the wheel to Jabouille with the Ferrari classified in second position.

Already driven by Jabouille, the Escudería Montjuich car won at the Nürburgring, Magny Cours, and at La Charade, also winning the ascent of Mont Doré, and coming second in the Limouches, Chamrousse, and La Ro-Roquette stages, third in Ballon d'Alsace and Urcy, and fifth in Rainkopf. The final reward was reaching the finish line in second position in the classification, only behind the Matra Simca 650 of Larrousse and Rives.

SpotModel recommends this product exclusively for experienced professional modellers and collectors. Take appropriate precautions as this product is not a toy, it can be toxic and/or dangerous. Keep away from children. Use is not allowed for children under 14 years.

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Undoubtedly, the Italian brand Tameo Kits is the reference in the world of scale modeling for F1 lovers, with hundreds of 1/43 scale models (even some in 1/24 scale) with different levels of detail, from simple models to focus on the most visible parts, to the most detailed models with fully detailed engines... there are even some references including the tools used in the pit box. Their catalog also includes some of the great prototypes of the 70s, street sports cars, as well as a complete listing of spare decals and accessories.
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