CMC Maserati 300S, 1956 Rolling Chassis wood plate included
269,00 EUR RRP 295,00 EUR you save 8.8% (26,00 EUR)
incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs
delivery time: 3-7 Werktage
Product.Nr.: CMC M-109
This piece of model-building art is complete with an authentic recreation of the framework on which the body rests. With the body removed, you are able to see the light-weight design of its tubular space frame and the other structural parts that mark model-building at its finest. Congratulations to you on the purchase of this unusual rolling chassis replica, which will definitely enrich your collection.
- Model: Assembled, handmade precision model
- Manufacuter: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
- Scale: 1:18
- Art.-No.: M-109
- Limited Edition: 3000
After the removal of the body, a so-called rolling chassis lies open before your eyes. This rolling chassis allows a revealing look into the design of its delicate tubular space frame, the wheel suspension systems, and the drive train, including the drive line arrangements of the engine and the rear axle transmission (transaxle). You are also able to find the cooling system with an upstream oil cooling line, the gas and oil tanks made of stainless steel plate, and the fine details of the cockpit, which is decked out with an authentic dashboard and the genuinely leather-covered seats.
Only 26 (27) units of this racing car were produced and fitted with three different body designs (in the front section) between 1955 and 1959.
Many components of the successful Formula 1 race car 250F were incorporated into the 300S. By do doing, Maserati managed to create a sports car with a lot of potentials. It immediately captured the attention of a long list of renowned race drivers and racing teams, who rode the car successfully in countless races.
With top drivers such as Stirling Moss, Piero Taruffi, Harry Schell and Jean Behra behind the wheel of its 300S, the Maserati team was able to achieve a great vicotry in the 1,000 km endurance race on May 27, 1956 at the Nürburgring. Further successes followed at many more famous race tracks around the world during the same year. At a result, the 300S finished 2nd in the 1956 World Sportscar Championship.
CMC has crafted an authentic replica of a 1956 300S original. This original vehicle holds a very special place in the 300S history, because it is the only 300S that integrates a number of features and components rarely seen in the other 300S units.
- Engine: 6-cylinder in-line-engine
- Bore x stroke: 84 x 90 mm
- Maximum output: 260 hp at 6,500 rpm
- Top speed: approx. 280 km/h
- Two-seat sports spyder with aluminium body and tubular space frame
- Right hand drive
- Wheel base: 2,310 mm
- Track front: 1,300 mm
- Track rear: 1,250 mm
- Construction period/quantity: 1955-1959/26(27)