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.