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Amalgam Reveals Its All-New 1:8 Scale Ferrari 812 Competizione Aperta Model

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Since its debut as Ferrari’s next ultra-exclusive heritage example, the 812 Competizione Aperta showcases the incredible design, technology, and performance aspects of the Italian supercar manufacturer. Described by Ferrari as ‘the evolution of a legend’, the illustrious V12 engine reaches 819 hp and revs to 9,500 rpm, the highest output of any Ferrari road-car engine to date. While all allocations for the multi-million dollar open-top Ferrari are sold to the brand’s most special clientele, the small-scale specialists at Amalgam pride themselves on creating a version of the supercar for all to enjoy. Amalgam is delighted to unveil its all-new 1:8 scale Ferrari 812 Competizione A alongside its collection of luxury bespoke models.

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Each 1:8 scale model of the Ferrari 812 Competizione A has been handcrafted and finished at the Amalgam workshop, requiring over 300 hours of casting, fitting, fettling, painting, and building. Offering a presentation that is exact to the configurations rolling off the production line, Amalgam artisans work closely with Ferrari to ensure complete accuracy of representation. The final model measures over 23 inches long and is limited to just 199 pieces, perfect for displaying at the home or office of any Ferrari enthusiast. The new 1:8 scale Ferrari 812 Competizione A is currently available for $12,220 by visiting the Amalgam website. View all current Ferrari 812 examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below.

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