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2019   |   Pebble Beach 2019

1967 Automobile S.C.A.F. Ferrari 330 P2

SOLD $35,840

Estimate

$30,000 - $40,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

97

Car Highlights

Five-Eighths-Scale Car Rarely Seen in the US
Designed and Built by François Mortarini as Authorized by Ferrari
Beautiful Fiberglass Body over a Tubular Chassis
Built for Children to Drive on the Grounds of Circuit de la Sarthe
Offered with Its Wooden Shipping Crate and Instruction Manual

Technical Specs

200 CC Single-Cylinder Four-Stroke Engine Single Carburetor
5HP
Rear Drum Brakes

Saleroom Addendum

*Please note that this vehicle is sold only as a collector’s item and may not be suitable for operation by any child. Also note that this vehicle is sold on a Bill of Sale.

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Designed and built by François Mortarini in cooperation with Ferrari Società Esercizio Fabbriche Automobili e Corse S.p.A. in 1967, this enchanting Ferrari 330 P2 child’s car is an homage to the original Ferrari legend. The full-size 330 P2 made its debut at the 1965 Daytona Continental, entered by Luigi Chinetti’s North American Racing Team. Featuring a powerful new dual overhead cam engine, a lighter, lower chassis, and more aerodynamic bodywork than its predecessors, the car was a fearsome foe on the racetrack, often competing with and defeating larger, more powerful competitors. Driven by such greats as John Surtees and Ludovico Scarfiotti, the 330 P2 won the 1965 ADAC 1000 Km Rennen Nürburgring, placed 2nd at the 1000 Kilometers of Monza, and assisted Ferrari in winning the 1965 FIA International Trophy for GT Prototypes.

Rarely seen in the US, the 5/8-scale Ferrari 330 P2 child’s car was authorized by Ferrari and originally developed to be driven by children attending the 24 Hours of Le Mans on a small track on the grounds of Circuit de la Sarthe. Constructed of a lithe fiberglass body over a tubular frame, this diminutive racer is powered by a single-cylinder four-stroke engine, and boasts rack and pinion steering and rear drum brakes.

Offered with an instruction manual and a shipping crate, this scale P2 would be an enchanting addition to any Ferrari collection.