Ferrari 275P
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Ferrari 275P

This model was patterned after a car that never existed but in the form of a drawing by Jonathan Thompson published in one of the period magazines. This Ferrari was supposed to be an evolution of the 275P roadster that became, with an added roof structure, the 250LM. The Lancer company made a body of it and BZ used it for their RTR model. It was sold in the usual clear plastic box and was available in green, gold and white. The model used a chassis also originally used on the Classic Manta Ray. Once a dispute arose between Classic designer John Power and company owner Sam Bergman, and once John Power had joined BZ, the use of that chassis became impossible as Bergman purchased the tooling from the outside supplier for both. BZ first had a new tooling made, but later issued the model with a new chassis designed by Power, painted in gold with a polished aluminum drop arm. In any case, the BZ1000 motor was used as well as Weldun gears, Riggen wheels and tires and Autorama guide.

  • Model: B104
  • 1 Units in Stock

Ferrari 275P
Ferrari 275P
Ferrari 275P


This item was added to the museum on Wednesday 04 March, 2009.

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