The Ferrari 250 GTO was introduced in 1962 as the ultimate expression of the Ferrari 250 GT. It was equally at home on the road or track, and achieved legendary status among Ferrari's aficionados.
Debuted at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1962, the car dominated the world sports car championships and won the World Manufacturer's Championship three years in a row: 1962, 1963 and 1964. It is not only an exceptionally capable racing car, but also one of the most beautiful shapes ever to grace a Ferrari chassis. With a relatively small production of thirty-six cars, it has become one of the icons of Ferrari production history, with a revered position in collector's circles.
The Ferrari 250 GTO, driven by Jean Blaton (Beurlys) and Langlois von Ophem and entered by Equipe Nationale Belge, finished second overall and first in GT class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 1963.
A 1:18 scale version of this iconic vehicle is sure to please even the most discerning collector.