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Ferrari D50, 1956 long nose, GP Germany #1 Fangio, Limited Edition 1500 pcs.

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AVAILABLE M-181 CMC 1:18
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Scale model car made of metal /Die-cast/ in 1:18 scale manufactured by CMC.

It is just a small version of a real car suitable for collectors.

Handmade.

Composition: metal and plastic

Ferrari D50, 1956 long nose, GP Germany #1 Fangio

After a hiatus that followed the Le Mans tragedy in 1955, Formula One racing was resumed in 1956. The Grand Prix Germany, which was the 7th race of an eight-round contest for the 1956 World Championship, took place at the Nürburgring on August 5. With the 1956 season  drawing to a conclusion soon, British driver Peter Collins was one point ahead of his teammate Juan Manuel Fangio at Scuderia Ferrari. And he had a four-point advantage over  Jean Behra, who was racing for Maserati. All three were poised to contest for the  world championship. Stirling Moss was so far behind at this point that the world title was out of his reach unless there was a collective failure of the forerunners. 

As expected, Fangio beat Collins to win pole position with a time of 9: 51.2 min. These two world-title contenders were actually separated only by 0.3 seconds. The race consisted of 22 laps, each of 22.81 km, with a total track distance of 501.82 km. Things looked promising for Scuderia Ferrari from early on. Collins managed to take the lead off the start. He was overtaken by Fangio later in the first round. The three-time world champion retained his lead until the very end of the race. In the midst of racing, Fangio and Collins endeavored to improve the 17-year-old track record several times. A new record time was eventually set by Fangio for 9: 41.6 min. Unfortunately, a driving error led Collins to crash and retire prematurely from the race. Seven of the nineteen contestants crossed the finish line, and the first five were rated with a titular position. Fangio won with a clear lead of 45 seconds over Stirling Moss, who, in turn, finished the race a few seconds ahead of Behra. Juan Manuel Fangio proved to be a big winner of the race, who had it all -- qualifying for pole position, taking the first place against rivalry, and setting the fastest lap time. With a surge of eight points, he took the lead in the drivers’ overall standings before the season finale -- the Grand Prix Italy in Monza.

MODEL DESCRIPTION

-Metal precision model hand-built from 1,161 parts

-Detachable and lockable engine hood

-Flip-open ventilation lid for the driver´s footwell

-Detail-exact replication of the V8 engine with pipes and cabling

-Bundled exhaust pipes made of metal

-Triangular front axle with shock absorbers, front suspension with wishbones, transverse leaf spring, all made of metal

-Rear suspension with De-Dion-tube, transverse leaf spring, pushrods and friction dampers, all made of metal

-Hand-crafted stainless steel grille

-Oil cooler installed in front of the radiator

-Detailed replication of the fuel and oil circulation as well as the cooling system

-Hinged flip-open fuel and oil filler caps

-Upholstered leather-covered driver’s seat and head-rest

-Amazingly realistic and perfectly crafted wheels with stainless-steel spokes and nipples mounted on an alloy rim

-Authentically-replicated central locking nuts with right-/left-handed threads

-Elegant finish by hand in the original color and hue

-Special feature as accessory: Booster trolley with separate assist start device

TECHNICAL DATA (ORIGINAL VEHICLE)

-Monoposto built on a tubular frame with free-standing wheels

-2.5-litre V8 engine as a stressed member of the chassis

-Two valves per cylinder controlled by two overhead camshafts

-Dry sump oil lubrication

-Mixture preparation with four Solex 40 PII double carburettors

-Dual ignition (two plugs per cylinder)

-Five-speed manual gearbox installed behind the driver

-Triangular front axle with shock absorbers, front suspension with wishbones, transverse leaf spring, all made of metal

-Rear suspension with De-Dion-tube, transverse leaf spring, pushrods and friction dampers, all made of metal

Bore x stroke: 76 x 68.5 mm

Displacement: 2,486 cc

Maximum output: 265 HP at 8,000 rpm

Top speed: 300 Km/h (depending on ratio)

Wheelbase: 2,280 mm

Track front/rear: 1,270 / 1,270 mm

Total length: 4, 068 mm

Total width: 1,448 mm

Total height: 962 mm

Curb weight: 640 kg

Additional Information

Article No M-181
Article No of Manufacturer M-181
Аvailability AVAILABLE
Colour Red
Scale 1:18
Manufacturer CMC
Brand FERRARI
Series No
EAN No
Material Metal and plastic
Epoch Post-war era autos (1946-1960)
Age recommendation Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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