Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Bluebird Daytona 1935 276.816mph Malcolm Campbell unveiled his sixth Bluebird in January 1935 and with full width bodywork and only the top of the tyres exposed, it certainly looked the part. Early runs on Daytona Beach in February saw the flush fit exhausts melting the bodywork, so they had to be extended slightly and there was also a problem attaining maximum revs, but Campbell and his machine still set a new record and would back later in the year for more. Those exhaust extensions are neatly moulded and we see a very fine etched windscreen frame ahead of a neatly weathered cockpit. The paint finish on the model is excellent and overall it looks the part.
Very well finished mass-produced resin models. As the name suggests, subjects chosen are often the more unusual cars to have raced. Paint finishes usually very good. Some models feature photo-etched components. Made in China.
Bluebird model by Bizarre
Dayona Beach. 276.816 mph.
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