A very special collection of Limited Edition models of each of the Ferrari 250 GTO Series 1 cars at 1:8 produced limited to just 5 pieces in each specification. Please enquire for remaining availability.
3445GT was completed on April 30th in 1962. It was first raced by Sergio Bettoja in the Parma-Poggio Hillclimb achieving a 3rd in class. It was then owned by Count Giovanni Volpi di Misurata and started in Le Mans (dnf) with Nino Vacarella and Giorgio Scarlatti. Carlo Maria Abate won the Trophée Auvergne in Charade. The GTO had an accident in the Tour de France, finished 22nd OA in the 1000km Montlhery race and 5th OA in the 12 hour Sebring race.
Ulf Norinder became the new owner and raced the GTO in Swedish colors, it finished 6th OA in the Targa Florio with Ludovico Scarlatti and J.M. Bordeu. In 1965 3445GT was rebodied by Drogo – in a non GTO like style, in 1976 it was damaged in an accident and rebodied once again as a Series 1 GTO.
This model has been hand-crafted utilising our own CAD data created by scanning an original car in every detail. The resulting prototype has undergone strict scrutiny by Ferrari to ensure complete accuracy.