- 365 GT4 BB - 24 Hours Le Mans 1978 by BBR
- Limited Edition model with only 200 made
- Comes in red color with black exterior
- Diecast material
- The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer (BB) is an automobile that was produced by Ferrari in Italy between 1973 and 1984
- This specific model raced at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1978
- Replacing the front engined Daytona, it was the first in a series of Ferraris to use a mid-mounted flat-12 engine
- The Boxer was designed by Leonardo Fioravanti and was the first mid-engined road-car to bear the Ferrari name and the Cavallino Rampante logo
The 365 GT4 BB was updated as the BB 512 in 1976, resurrecting the name of the earlier Ferrari 512 racer
The name 512 referred to the car's 5 liter, 12 cylinder engine; a deviation from Ferrari's established practice of naming 12-cylinder road cars (as the 365 BB) after their individual cylinder displacement
The engine was enlarged to 4943 cc, with an increased compression ratio of 9.2:1. Power was slightly down to 360 hp, while a dual plate clutch handled the added torque and eased the pedal effort
External differentiators included a new chin spoiler upfront, incorporated in the bumper. A NACA duct on the side provided cooling for the exhaust system. At the rear there were now twin tail lights and exhaust pipes each side, instead of triple units as on the 365 GT/4 BB.
- Opening doors, trunk, and hood
- Steerable wheels
- Detailed exterior, interior, trunk, and hood
- Comes on gray showbase with front plaque that reads "365 GT4 BB" and "24 H. Le Mans 1978"
- The side has plaque that reads "Limited Edition"
- Scuderia Ferrari racing shield on left front corner