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CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
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  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme
  • CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme

CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme

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CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme

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CMC 1/18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C No.26 24H France 1966, Biscaldi/De Bourbon-Parme

As the second 275 GTB/C produced, chassis #09015 was delivered in June 1966, just four days before its first race. Luigi Chinetti‘s North American Racing Team (N.A.R.T.) entered the car for the 24 hours of Le Mans 1966, where it was driven by Giampiero Biscaldi and Prince Michel de Bourbon -Parma with start number #26. Having completed 218 laps, however, they were compelled to retire in the 20th hour due to a gearbox issue. The car was then sold to Reno-based casino mogul William Harrah, who entered the car for the Road America 500 at Elkhart Lake in September 1966. Raced by Robert Grossman and Denise McCluggage, 09015 finished 12th overall and 7th in class. Equipped with Le Mans gearing, first gear enables the car to attain 74 mph, and fifth gear will have it rev to mid-170 mph and go “like a rocket.” Retired from racing after the 1966 season, 09015 has survived in an amazingly original condition.


Model Description

• Hand-assembled precision metal model from 1,459 parts
• Authentic and true-to-scale body
• Lift-to-open bonnet with self-locking support rod
• 12-cylinder V-engine complete with piping and wiring
• Highly original-styled dashboard with both instruments and controls
• Detachable Borrani spoke-wheels with central locking and right/left thread
• Detailed air vents in the front fenders
• Fuel filler spout with an opening cap in the trunK
• Functional doors with openable corner windows
• Detailed replication of the racing trims, including the roll bar, fire extinguisher and seat belts
• Bucket seats and upholstery covered in brown fabric
• Authentic replication of the Nardi 3-spoke steering wheel
• Removable spare wheel in the trunk
• Functional independent wheel suspension with metal wishbones for all four wheels
• Detailed twin-outlet exhaust system with chromed metal tailpipes
• Flip-to-open flap for the oil filler spout in the front right fender

Technical Data of the Original Vehicle

• Aluminum body over tubular steel frame
• 12-cylinder-60°-V-engine. One overhead camshaft per cylinder bank, chain-driven
• Dry sump lubrication
• Mixture preparation with 3 Weber twin-carburetors and open air-intake pipes
• Ignition with two coils and one spark plug per cylinder
• Bore x Stroke: 77 x 58.8 mm
• Displacement: 3286 cm3
• Power: 300 hp at 7600 rpm
• Top speed: 275 km/h
• Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 4.9 s
• Wheelbase: 2400 mm
• Track width f/r: 1377/1393 mm
• Total length: 4370 mm
• Overall width: 1725 mm
• Overall height: 1245 mm
• Net weight: 1066 kg (with racing trims)
• Seats: 2

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Data sheet

Composition
Diecast
Scale
1:18
Style
Vintage Race
Limited Edition
1800
Official Product
Ferrari
Manufacturer
CMC
Color
Red / Stripes
Car Brand
Ferrari