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In celebration of the 100 years since Sir Malcolm Campbell first named a car Bluebird – at Brooklands, in 1911 – GTO London is creating a range of strictly limited-edition gents' accessories.
Just 100 pairs of hand-crafted cufflinks will be available, replicating the iconic wheel design of the 1920s Bluebird land speed record-setting car. Each will be formed from hallmarked sterling silver, finished with Iolite stones in the clasp and wheel centres.
To celebrate the Bluebird Centenary year in 2012 we are proud to announce the launch of a brand new 1:12th Scale Model of the iconic 1935 (Bonneville) Bluebird as driven by Sir Malcolm Campbell to a new World Land Speed Record of 301.129mph
Bluebird Speed Records in collaboration with Autodromo Ltd will be producing a strictly limited edition model run of 100 pieces. The model will have exceptional detail including removable engine cover showing the Rolls Royce Type R engine that powered this remarkable record breaker.