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    Posted 8 years ago

    geo26e
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    This is a 1:43 diecast model of the championship winning car for 'both' the 5th & the 8th FIA Formula One World Championship season held in the year 1954 and 1957 respectively driven by Argentinean racing driver, Juan Manuel Fangio (pictured).

    The 250F principally used the SSG 220 bhp (@ 7400 rpm) 2.5-litre Maserati A6 straight-six engine, ribbed 13.4" drum brakes, wishbone independent front suspension and a De Dion tube axle. The major innovation for Maserati was that they followed the practice of Ferrari and placed the De Dion tube in front of the transaxle. The goal was to move a significant amount of weight ahead of the rear axle improving weight distribution and reducing the polar moment of inertia. The transmission offered four forward gears plus reverse. The aluminum bodywork with the fuel tank forming the tail of the car and had a capacity of 200 liters. The cockpit was quite generous and offered an upright seating position with plenty of elbow room but the dash was to close for the straight armed driving style. The pedals were arrayed in what was then known as the Continental fashion with the accelerator in the center with the brake to the right and the clutch on the left.

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    1. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you Moonstonelover21!
    2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 years ago
      George you sneaked this one in while I was working at the "Stuff", Love these , to cool :-)
    3. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you DrFluffy, zguy, Mickey, pops52 & Kerry for the Loving the Maser 250!

      Kerry, i will post my most favorite F1 car tomorrow..... and it is not in red colour!
    4. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you snoopy for the appreciation!
    5. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you SEAN for the appreciation!
    6. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you AntigueToys for the appreciation!
    7. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Big thank you Aimathena for the appreciation!
    8. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Cheers for the love hit aghcollect, much appreciated!
    9. pickrknows pickrknows, 8 years ago
      Awesome photography geo, very nicely done!
    10. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thanks pickrknows for your very kind comments and hitting the Love!
    11. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you nutsabotas for visiting & the appreciation!
    12. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you Gracay & Michael for the appreciation!
    13. geo26e geo26e, 8 years ago
      Thank you Trey for visiting & the appreciation! Big cheers!

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