Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Ferrari 250 GTO Monserrat 1969 #132 Alternative version MGMGTO064M Montjuich Chassis 4253GT is best known for its early career in the hands of Dumay and Bianchi including a Tour de France win, but by 1966 it had been sold to Barcelona-based Gerardo Delgardo who, along with his friend Eugenio Baturone, raced it extensively for several years, enjoying a fair degree of success in national events. Curiously the 1966 version of the model is one race that “Gerard” (as Delgado appeared on the entry) did not finish, while in the 1969 Monserrat race Baturone placed second. The Spanish colours of bright yellow and red are unusual and make for interesting models. The versions chosen are presumably due to available images and both check out well for the minor detail changes. The standard of finish is very good with neat masking of the two-tone paintwork, carefully placed small details and excellent painted wire wheels.
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Ferrari 250 GTO model by MG Model
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Montserrat. Chassis #4153GT. Released 03/05/17
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