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.
3607GT left the factory on 6th of June 1962 to it’s first owner Ferdinando Pagliarini. It was raced in hillclimbs and circuit racing in Italy and achieved class victories in Fornovo-Cassio Hillclimb, Parma Poggio di Berceto Hillclimb, Coppa Acqua Cerelia and Predappio-Rocca delle Caminate hillclimb.
In 1963 it was sold to Ecurie Francorchamps and was entered in the Tour de France driven by Claude Dubois and Philippe de Montaigu finishing 8th OA and 3rd in class, it finished 5th OA with Peixinho in the Angolan GP.
In 1965 it was sold to Philippe de Montaigu & Annie Soisbault de Montaigu. It was raced by Annie Soisbault de Montaigu and finished 1st in the GT class in the GP Paris. In mid 1965 it was sold to Jean-Michel Giorgi, he raced it in 1965 and 1966 in French events. The next owners were Pierre Bardinon of Aubusson and Jess G. Pourret.
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.