Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (1)
Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (2)
Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (3)
Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (4)
Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (5)
Amalgam Ferrari 250 GTO Collection M5376-3729 1-8 LR (6)
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Ferrari 250GTO – 3729GT

1:8 scale

$12,192.00

Ferrari 250GTO – 3729GT

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.

3729GT left the factory on July 28th 1962, it was delivered to John Coombs. It was raced in 1962 at Brands Hatch (2nd OA) by Roy Salvadori, Goodwood (2nd OA) by Graham Hill, in 1963 in Silverstone (acc) Mike Parkes, Whitsun Trophy Goodwood (2nd OA) Mike McDowell, Mallory Park (6th OA) Michael Salmon, British GP Silverstone (10th OA)Mike McDowell, Brands Hatch (5th OA) Jack Sears, Goodwood, Tourist Trophy (2nd OA) Mike Parkes, Snetterton (4th OA) Jack Sears, in 1964 in Castle Combe Race (2nd OA) Eddie Portman, Tourist Trophy, Goodwood (9th OA) Richie Ginther.

The GTO was bought in 1970 by Jack Sears a driver who raced it in 1963, he kept the GTO for nearly 30 years.

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.

In stock

3600 Development time (hours)
400 Model build time (hours)
600 Model length (mm)
Ferrari 250GTO - 3729GT
This hand-made model has taken approximately 3600 hours to develop.

Technical Details

Moving parts

Opening doors

Opening hood

MATERIALS

Polyurethane prototyping resin

Original manufacturer’s specified paints

Natural wood

Stainless steel

Natural leather

Metal (pewter) components

FINISHING

Ferrari White with manufacturer approved race decals.

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