1989 Ferrari 348 TB Red Elite Edition 1/18 by Hotwheels V7436
The Ferrari 348 TB made its debut at the 1989 Frankfurt Auto Show. With its high standard of build quality along with exceptional performance, the 2-seat sports car quickly became very popular. Like most of the Ferrari models, the body was designed by Pininfarina, the styling was a development of the 328 with a strong similarity to the five-year-old Testarossa. The real changes were found under the body, where a 3.4 litre 8-cylinder engine was installed longitudinally. A five-speed gearbox was directly mounted at the rear of the engine transversely. These changes are well reflected in the 348 TB type indication, with the "348" referring to the 3.4 liter V8 engine and the "T" to the gearbox. Like its predecessor, the 348 was available as a berlinetta ("B" for Berlinetta). Don't miss this fantastic die-cast model
Hotwheels Elite 1:18 Scale Ferrari F355 Spider (Red)
1:18 Ferrari F355 Spider Collector series of the latest and most exciting Ferrari models on the road. Opening doors, trunk and hoods reveal detailed interiors and engine. Built as Ferrari's entry-level supercar, the F355 model series succeeded the 348 series in the Ferrari range. The Berlinetta made its debut in May, 1994 at the Geneva Motor Show. Initially, the 6-speed manual was the only transmission available. However, in 1997, the Berlinetta was the first-ever road car to be equipped with the innovative F1-style gearbox management system, allowing both of the driver's hands to stay on the wheel at all times. The Ferrari F355 Spider was introduced in 1995 and was an evolution of the Ferrari F355 Berlinetta. It was developed exclusively by Pininfarina and, for the first time on a Ferrari model, the semi-automatic soft top was powered electronically.
Hotwheels Heritage 1:18 Scale Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 Rosso
1:18 Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 Ferrari unveiled their new GTE class racer for the 2011 races sanctioned by the ACO. The 458 GT2 drops the "flex splitter" found in the road cars and replaced with a more conventional inlet, with the air exit out through louvers in the bonnet. Under new restrictor regulations, the 4.5L engine produces 464 hp (346 kW; 470 PS), which is less than the road car and the 458 Challenge. Unlike the road car, which has a high-revving low-torque engine, the GT2 version only revs to 6,250 rpm but maintains a close-to-stock torque number even with the horsepower loss. The double-clutch gearbox had to be replaced but paddle-shifting is retained since rules in 2011 allow them. Ferrari 458 GT2s compete in the American Le Mans Series, FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series. So far, the 458 Italia GT2 has had an excellent racing record. The car has finished 2nd in the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans, 1st at the 2011 Petit Le Mans, 3rd at the 2012 12 Hours of Sebring, and has won both the 2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup and the 2011 Le Mans Series. AF Corse 458 Italia GT2 driven by Giancarlo Fisichella, Gianmaria Bruni, Toni Vilander won 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans in LMGTE Pro category. It was also entered as a GT300 car in the 2011 Super GT season.
Hot Wheels Elite Ferrari 250 GT California Spider SWB LM #20
Many Ferrari aficionados consider the 250 California SWB Spyder one of the most beautiful and functional cars ever made. The term 'spyder' in the model name is something of an anomaly, as the California is really a cabriolet or convertible, with a full folding hood. However, it was in effect an open-top version of the 250 GT Berlinetta. Thus, the term 'spider' differentiated it from the concurrently produced 250 GT cabriolets, which were aligned with the road-going 250 GT coup?s. This model was constructed in two distinct series: the 'LWB' (long wheelbase), between 1958 and 1960, and the 'SWB' (short wheelbase) from 1960 to 1962. The latter example wasn't actually completed until early 1963, with sub-divisions relative to body and mechanical details. A removable hard-top was available for both series. This is a special competition model with a testa rossa type engine. This model is among the best 250 GT SWB Spyder: the current owner rejected a $10 million offer for it!
Hot Wheels Collector Elite Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Passo Corto SWB Die Cast (Red)
Features. Brand new 118 scale diecast model car of 1961 Ferrari 250 GT Passo CortoSWB Elite Edition Red by Hotwheels. Has steerable wheels. Brand new box. Rubber tires. Has opening hood doors and trunk. Made of diecast with some plastic parts. Detailed interior exterior engine compartmentSpecifications. Warranty 30 days. Dimension 8 H x 15 W x 7 D. Weight 4 lbs
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Bburago vs Hot Wheels Elite 1:18 Scale Ferrari LaFerrari
18 Scale Elite Ferrari
In this video I compare the differences with a Bburago and Hot Wheels Elite 1:18 scale Ferrari LaFerrari. Here are links to Amazon where you can buy them.
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