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.
3909GT left the factory on September 10th 1962, it was painted Grigio metallizzato. The first owner was Edgar Berney and the GTO was entered in the the 1962 Tour de France (dnf, differential), Coupe du Salon Montlhery (1st IC), 1000 km Paris Montlhery (dnf, engine).
Swiss racing legend Jo Siffert raced the GTO in the 500km Spa race and finished 3rd OA. One week later, Heini Walter and Herbert Mueller raced together the 1000km Nuerburgring race (dnf, engine) the GTO was painted red with a white stripe.
In 1963, 3909GT was sold to Claude Bourillot, he raced mainly hillclimbs and rallies. In 1964 Claude Bourillot and Prince Michel de Bourbon Parme finished the Targa Florio 10th OA and 3rd IC.
In 1966 Andre Aknin became the new owner and he achieved a couple of good results in hillclimbs.
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.