The Mercedes SLR300 is a famous 2 seater which was build in the early '50's. The car has a history of both highs and lows.
On May 1st 1955 Stirling Moss and his co-driver, the journalist Denis Jenkinson completed what has gone into history as one of the finest driver ever. Together they won the the daunting Mille Miglia rally in a record breaking time of 10 hours, seven minutes and 48 seconds; an average of nearly 98 mph and all this on public roads. This record stands to this day and was the result of Moss’ fantastic driving, Jenkinson’s pioneering use of pace-notes and of course their exquisite steed; the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR.
About this sculpture
This hand cast sculpture is made of the finest metal and is placed on a wooden base of naturally dried beech wood.
- Weigth: 1,8 kg
- Length: 27,5 cm
- Height: 8 cm
- Width: 20 cm
- Status: sold out