CAR23814 ˜Ferrari 330P4 "No.3", Monza '67
An easy winner
The Ferrari 330 P4 was unrivalled thanks to its construction. The key was the engine block featuring 12 cylinder heads - the first to have three valves per cylinder. This increased the power output of this bright red 1967 racer to an incredible 450 hp at 8000 rpm. In Monza it achieved first and second place, and in 1967 beat Porsche to the world championship by 2 points. This sealed its reputation as one of the most popular Ferraris of all time.
The Ferrari 330 P4 'No.03', Monza 1967 impresses with front, rear / brake lights, and faithfully reproduced details. This Carrera car can be individually coded; it's digitally controllable and can be used with analogue (Carrera Exclusiv) infrastructure. Enjoy the authentic racing atmosphere in your own home.