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    1:18 BOS Models – Lotus Eleven #337 – 1957 Mille Miglia

    1:18 Scale Hi...

    $199.95
    • 1:18 Scale
    • Historic 1957 Mille Miglia Race Car
    • Resin material accentuates the crisp, clean lines of this curvaceous vehicle
    • The generous opening of the cockpit allows brilliant viewing opportunities of the dashboard and other interior detail
    • Smooth, sleek look makes for a stylish and historical addition for your collection
    • Item number #BOS150

    This historic 1957 Mille Miglia racing car was designed by Colin Chapman, and fitted with its sleek body by aerodynamicist Frank Costin in London, England. This British classic incorporated the latest in aerodynamic theory, engine, suspension and brake technology. It eventually went on to become the most prolific race car of its time, dominating it's class throughout the world. In 1957 on the Mille Miglia circuit in Italy, Gregor Grant drove a factory-prepared Lotus Eleven, writing an account called “One man's Mille Miglia”, noting his experiences of the race.


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    1:18 BOS Models – Lotus Eleven 1956 Monza Rekordwagen

    1:18 Scale Re...

    $199.95
    • 1:18 Scale
    • Resin material model with sealed body and detailed interior
    • Historic 1956 Monza record car
    • Sleek and professional finish makes for a historical and unique addition for your collection
    • Item number #BOS152

    This historic 1956 racing car was designed by Colin Chapman, and fitted with its sleek body by aerodynamicist Frank Costin. This British classic , fixed with a Coventry Climax engine and tubular space frame, was primarily designed to compete in the 1100 cc class where it was one of the most successful cars during the mid to late 1950s. One of the most notable accomplishments was in 1956 when the Lotus Eleven was driven to a class world record by Stirling Moss of 230 km/h, for a lap at Monza. Several class victories followed at Le Mans and Sebring, and once again the Eleven became Lotus' most successful race car design.