250 GTO #3387GT
Sebring 12h 1962
Phil Hill - Oliver Gendebien
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|Decoration||Painted, with graphics and lacquered.|
|Color||Blue painting metalized.|
|Motor||Power Plus 4 - 18.000rpm with adapters.|
|Chassis||Black Type 2 engine with long box and without magnet|
|Box||YES - Carton Vintage|
|Other features||Without magnet. Contains leaflet with history of real model.|
On March 24, 1962, a new edition of the 12 hours at Sebring International Raceway was held in Florida (USA), scoring for the World Endurance Championship test.
In this competition, the Ferrari 250 GTO #3387GT run for the“North American Racing Team”(NART), being piloted by Phil Hill (USA) and Olivier Gendebien (B). This participation supposed the debut of a GTO in car competition.
The beginning could not be more promising since Phil Hill obtained the Pole Position. After playing for 12 hours in a magnificent race, it reached the goal in second position, becoming the winner in category GT3.0.
A new stage of Pink-kar has started with this model in an attempt to return to an artisanal production as well as an assembly process completely performed in Spain.