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.
4675GT was completed on May 23rd 1963 and delivered to P. Annunziata. Guido Fossati raced the ‘62 style GTO in Italian Hillclimbs in which he always finished 2nd. In September 1963 he bought the GTO together with Ariberto Francolini, they shared the drive in the Tour de France and had an accident. At the end of 1963 it was rebodied ‘64 style.
In 1964 it was raced by Scuderia Elmo d’Argento, in the Targa Florio and driven by Jean Guichet and Carlo Facetti (dnf) and in the 500km Spa race (2nd OA). Then the GTO went on to Oddone Sigala, and raced the entire ‘64 season, in Mugello
(3rd OA), Trieste-Opicina hillclimb (6th OA), Trofeo Val Camonica (2nd OA), Coppa Inter Europa, Monza (5th OA), Trofeo Lumezzane hillclimb (4th OA), 1000km Paris, Monthlery (12th OA), Trofeo Bettoja, Monza (3rd OA).
The next owner was Vincenzo Nember who raced it with great success, he achieved many overall and class wins. At the end of 1965 Luigi Taramazzo bought the GTO and finished the Rally Palermo-Trieste in 2nd position.
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.