Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competizione Red CMC 1:18
The Ferrari 250 GT SWB (short wheelbase) debuted in 1959 at the Paris Auto Show. This competition-ready Berlinetta dominated GT racing in the early 1960’s, winning races in Europe, North America, and the UK, with notable pilots such as Graham Hill, Mike Parkes, Jean Guichet, Pierre Noblet, and Stirling Moss. These racing cars were internally known as the Comp/61, but since Ferrari was known as SEFAC at the time, the cars eventually took on the name “SEFAC Hot Rods.” The 250 GT SWB featured an exceptionally lightweight aluminum body, a simple interior stripped of all amenities, and a powerfully tuned engine constructed for racing.
The CMC Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competizione in Red, reflects the quality and authenticity of its precursor, the ultimate SWB.
Please note, as this is a discontinued model we will inspect it prior to shipping so we can ensure there are no defects or issues with the product. The box may have cosmetic damage due to its age.