Please Note: UK orders only due to size and weight (2kg)
(Major) Henry O'Neal de Hane Segrave drove the Irving-Napier Special, now better known as the Golden Arrow, to a land speed record of 231.567 mph at Daytona Beach on 11th March 1929.
A magnificent tinplate model of this legendary land speed record car of 1929, which comes in a well decorated box with background information. Car has a wind up clockwork motor and adjustable front wheels. Rubber protective bumper strip at the front.
Length: 20 inches - 50.5cm.
This Limited Edition by Schylling is a collector's item and is not sold as a child's toy. It is a copy of a clockwork model car/toy which was made between 1930 and 1940 by Kingsbury Toys of New Hampshire.
This Schylling model is excellent with correctly shaped hubcaps.
The Golden Arrow only performed once, powered by a 900 bhp 23.9 litre Napier Lion 12-cylinder aero engine. The car is now a museum piece, Henry Segrave was knighted upon his return to England from breaking the land speed record in Florida, USA.