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Corgi
152
BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 152 BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. There was a version with suspension No 152S. available in green, light green, gold plate finish at 1:45 scale. Corgi 152 in detail...

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Corgi
152S
BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 152S BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. There is a No.152 version of this model without suspension that was released in 1958. available in turquoise finish at 1:45 scale. Corgi 152S in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1285
BRM Mk2 Grand Prix
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Crescent Toys 1285 BRM Mk2 Grand Prix

The Crescent Toys BRM Mk2 Grand Prix. available in green finish. Crescent Toys 1285 in detail...

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Dinky
243
BRM Racing Car
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Dinky 243 BRM Racing Car

The Dinky BRM Racing Car. In April 1964, the Meccano Magazine introduced the fourth model in Dinkyâs new racing car series. The magazine used its colourful back page spread to announce the introduction of the yellow BRM F1 racing car, which was not in the green metallic colour used for the actual model. Only the engine cowl, with its see-through air intake had the yellow colour scheme. Costing 3/11 the 3¼ inch (83mm) long model had 4-wheel suspension, a windscreen and driver in a white overall and red helmet. Later versions of the model had not slots for the windscreen. By 1969, the Dinky catalogue showed the increased cost of the model to be 4/11. Released in 1964, the model was withdrawn in 1971.

In 1945, Richard Mays CBE founded British Racing Motors (BRM) which raced F1 cars from 1950-1977. They entered 197 grand prix races and won 17, including the 1962 world championship and constructorâs championship. Graham Hill OBE drove their BRM 57/8, which was so successful that it remained in production in 1963, when American, Richie Ginther, achieved second place in the Monaco Grand Prix. Other major successes occurred for BRM during the 1964, 1965 and 1971 seasons. BRM cars used a variety of engines: 1.5 V16; 2.5 litre in line; 1.5cc Coventry-Climax; 1.9 and 2.11 V8 3.01 H16 and the powerful 3.01 V12. While BRMâs greatest achievements occurred under Graham Hill, a number of other famous racers drove for the company: Jo Bonnier, Ron Flockhart, Dan Gurney, Mike Hawthorn, Nikki Lauder, Clay Regazzoni, Jackie Stewart and John Surtees.

Released in 1964, the model was withdrawn in 1971. available in green finish. Dinky 243 in detail...

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Matchbox
52B
BRM Racer
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Matchbox 52B BRM Racer

The Matchbox BRM Racer. Shown in the 1969 catalogue. available in blue, red finish at 1:54 scale. Matchbox 52B in detail...

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Penny
0/1
BRM V8 F1
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Penny 0/1 BRM V8 F1

The Penny BRM V8 F1. available in blue finish. Penny 0/1 in detail...