The Ferrari F40 is a two-door coupé sports car built between 1987 and 1992 (until 1994 for the LM and 1996 for the GTE).
The successor to the Ferrari 288 GTO, it was designed to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary and was the last Ferrari car personally approved by Enzo Ferrari.
At the time it was the fastest, most powerful and most expensive car that Ferrari was selling to the public. Following numerous requests from Ferrari President Daniel Marin to Ferrari Enzo for preparing a version of the F40 for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, two racing specimens known by the name of F40 were built in cooperation with Michelotto Cars at the beginning of 1989. LM.
The Ferrari F40 was prepared by Michelotto Automobili even in six other copies (a total of seven) known as the F40 GTE, the latest evolution made specifically to compete in the BPR Global GT Series Championship.
The new version of the F40 was built two years after the original made its debut and was ordered by the French importer who wanted to present it at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In fact, the first two examples built were known as the F40 LM and featured a more powerful engine, modified suspension and special aerodynamics. The factory began to receive requests from other customers and, in the end, about ten in total were built. The Le Mans label was felt to be too restrictive, hence the use of the more general Competizione.
Here is a limited edition version used as TRIAL in Fiorano, color Rossa Corsa.
For the perfect reproduction of the original car, we have introduced two technological evolutions for the reproduction of the rear glass which is transparent and irregular in shape.
Model produced in Limited Edition of 99 pcs.
High quality resin models in 1/18 scale.
It has a showcase for its exhibition.
All models are numbered with their guarantee certificate