DESCRIPTION: This is a very detailed 3d model of the 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider Scaglietti serial number 0680 MDTR.
HISTORY: Only two Ferrari 625 TRC Spider Scaglietti were manufactured in 1957. They were based on the 500 TRC model, but upgraded by factory to 2.5-litre specification. These two examples of breathtaking beauty are some of the most gorgeous cars ever made by Ferrari, according to the brand’s historian, Richard F. Merritt. One of the two vehicles was purchased by the Austrian-origin, American pilot John Von Neumann, famous for importing European sports cars to the United States and for founding the California Sports Car Club. Between 1957 and 1959, Von Neumann drove the mighty 625 Trc in many races – Pebble Beach, Pomona, Hawaii and Santa Barbara, to mention but a few – earning three podiums and two 1st place victories. It continued on to have a prolific career, even in vintage races all the way up to 2011 Montery Historic Races. Despite those successes and the ones that would come later, the real triumph remains its beauty.
Under the hood, there is one of the smallest V-12 engines found in a vehicle. It's a 250 Testa Rossa 3l engine. This 2,953 cc V-12 engine cranks out 320 horsepower, while six Weber 40 DCN twin-choke carbs feed it fuel.
The 1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider was sold in Monaco in 2012 for a staggering €5,040,000, or about $6.4 million, a record for this particular model. This was the first time in 30 years that this model was available for auction and it is one of the only two models ever built.
Additional zip with psd files for the bodypaint color, body decals etc are included (check other psd named file after buying)
Preview renders were done in 3ds Max 2021 with V-Ray 5.
The rendering scenes are not included.