Ostorero Marmon Wasp Orange No.32 - 1911 Indianapolis 500 first race winner, driven by Ray Harroun.
Ready to Run 1/32 scale slot car.
Limited Edition of only 150 made.
Handmade resin bodyshape, SLS chassis (selective laser sintering), aluminium hubs, silver nickel photo-etched , 20.000 rpm motor, inline gear.
Model complete with display case within presentation box. Certificate supplied with unique limited edition number.
The first Indianapolis 500 winner
Ray Harroun was the project engineer and also the driver of this car. The Marmon Wasp was equipped with a 7,820 cm³, 6-cylinder engine for a power evaluated over the 100 hp. A very important thing was that he ran alone without co-driver, it can be considered the first single-seater of the history competition. Harroun obviated this disadvantage by applying above and in front of the steering wheel a mirror and in this way invented the first rearview mirror for automobiles.
The chronicles of the time report the orange livery for this car.
|By Car Body Material||Resin|
|By Car Assembly||Ready to Run|
Secure Online Shopping
We only charge when items are ready to be dispatched
Payment by card or PayPal is pre-authorised online and is only charged when the items are ready to be dispatched.
Pre-order items will only be charged when the product arrives in-stock and is ready to be dispatched.
UK, Europe and Worldwide Delivery
Parcels are dispatched Monday to Friday
Orders received by 5pm on a working day (Monday to Friday) will usually be processed and dispatched from Pendle Slot Racing on the next working day.
At Pendle Slot Racing we take great care and pride in making sure that each parcel is securely packed.
Visit & collect at our showroom
We are not just an online retailer, why not visit our dedicated showroom alongside our Raceway featuring a 6 lane wood track. Our friendly and dedicated staff will be on hand to give expert advice on everything slot racing. You'll be amazed by the range of products available! We are located just off the M65 J12 motorway in Nelson, Lancashire.