This junior recreation of the 330 P2, one of Ferrari’s finest 1960s sports-racing cars, was built by the French coachbuilder De La Chapelle in 1988. Its beautifully crafted bodywork is every bit as sultry as the full-size Ferrari, featuring the dramatic aero-foil hoop, working air intakes, and authentic Italian ‘Prova’ plates. It’s powered by what looks to be a lawnmower engine, which might struggle under the weight of a fully grown adult, i.e. you, but should whisk your young children around at a blistering pace. This particular example has apparently only been driven twice solely for the purpose of the listing. Whether you want to give your child a fighting chance at the Little Big Mans race at Le Mans Classic or simply want to admire your own miniature P car, there’ll be smiles all round in your house on Christmas day with this ultra-cool Junior Ferrari.
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