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Blue Bird Car V

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Blue Bird Car V

Ref: BD174

Car: 26.75cm x 9cm x 2cm
Base: 27cm x 10.25cm 2cm
Boxed Weight: 760g
Hand Carved from sustainable mahogany and hand painted
The Campbell-Railton Blue Bird was Sir Malcolm Campbells's final land speed record car. The Car was powered by a supercharged Rolls-Royce R V12 engine. The record was set in February 1935 at Daytona Beach Florida, at 276.82mph. Campbell then became the first person to exceed 300mph when he took it to a new record of 301.129mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats Utah.
The Car Survives today at Daytona speedway circuit Museum.

Price: 99.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

MG EX181 CAR

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MG EX181 CAR

Ref: BD176

Car:23cm x 8cmx 5cm
Base: 26.5cmx 10.25cm x 2cm
Boxed Weight: 880g
Hand Carved from sustainable mahogany and hand painted
Sterling Moss's record breaking MG EX181. In 1957, MG turned up at Bonneville Salt Flats with Strling Moss, in an attempt to break the land speed record for cars with engines between 1.1 and 1.5 litres. The MG's engine produced a mighty 290hp., and on 23rd August, Moss took EX 181 to a top speed of 245.64mph, easily breaking the previous record of 203mph.

Price: 99.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

Golden Arrow

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Golden Arrow

Ref: BD175a

Car: 23cm x 6cm x 3cm
Base: 26.5cm x 9cm x 2.5cm
Boxed Weight:700g
Hand Carved from sustainable mahogany and hand painted
Golden Arrow was built in Britain for Major Henry Seagrave to challenge the Land Speed Record From from Ray Keech.
On 11th March 1929 Henry Seagrave, set a new flying mile record at 231.45mph, on Daytona Beach. The car was powered by a W12 Aero Engine producing 925bhp.
Due an unrelated accident on Daytona Beach, the beach was closed and no further record attempts to achieve a higher speed were made and sadly the car never ran again.
The car now resides at Beaulieu Motor Museum

Price: 99.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

Bluebird CN7 Car

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Bluebird CN7 Car

Ref: BD135a

Car: 22.5cm x 6cm x 6cm
Base: 27cm x 10.25cm x 2.5cm
Boxed Weight: 800g
Hand Carved from sustainable mahogany and hand painted
The Bluebird CN7 Car was driven by Donald Campbell, who in 1964, driving this car at Lake Eyre, South Australia, broke the World Speed Record for a wheel driven vehicle. Campbell achieved a speed of 403.10 mph. The Car built in Coventry weighed 4 tons and was made from an aluminium honeycomb sandwich. The Car was powered by a Bristol Siddeley Proteus Gas Turbine Engine producing 4100 shaft hp at 11,000fpm

Price: 99.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

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