Finally! Spark is doing another airplane.
Years after producing the Bugatti 100P record plane (perhaps the most highly sought after model Spark has produced to date), the company has announced plans to produce a 1/43 scale Zivko Edge 540 as flown by World Champion aerobatic pilot Kirby Chambliss in the Red Bull Air Race series. Photos and ordering information below.
October 1-2 - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
October 15-16 - Las Vegas Motor Speedway
1/43 Scale Spark Model - s2304
Zivko Edge 540
Red Bull Air Race
Augie Pabst: Behind the Wheel
by Robert Birmingham
Augie Pabst was one of the best American sports car racers from 1956-1965. He started in small production cars and progressed rapidly to the best and fastest sports racing cars of the day. Along the way he scored many major victories and won two National Championships. He not only raced on all the major US and Canadian courses, but also on the international stage at Le Mans, Brands Hatch, and Nassau. His career was marked by two-year stints at three of the very best American teams; Meister Bräuser, Briggs Cunningham, and Mecom. He raced against and often beat not only the top US drivers, but many international stars as well.
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Meister Brauser Scarab
by Michael Turner
A Limited Edition of 200
signed & numbered prints
Each Copy Signed by
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Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione
#26 NART - Le Mans 1966
Biscaldi / Bourbon-Palme
Limited Edition of 100 With Display Case
n 1965 Ferrari made a new race version of 275 GTB Competizione to replace the winning 250 GTO which was already at its last step of development, in the Internationl Championship race for GT Manufacturers, reserved to the Gran Turismo and where there were a big competition fight Cobra-Ferrari.
During his sporting career this car obtained numerous successes. Primarily those of the class achieved in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This race was won three times consecutively in 1965, 1966 and 1967. In addition it won in its class at the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1969 and was able to win the class titles in the race of the length of 1000 km as Monza (1966, 1967), Spa-Francorchamps (1969) and Nurburgring (1966).