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Sunday 7th April 2019
2009 Morgan 'SuperSport Junior'Three Wheeler Child's Pedal Car by
Morgan Motor Co.Ltd
approximately 2/3 scale, a limited edition with plaque to cockpit numbered 055, of believed 250 eventually produced at the Morgan factory to commemorate the centenary of the HFS Morgan design, lightweight aluminium body finished in sports red livery with silver coloured cowling bearing Morgan badge with black grille, dummy V-Twin 'engine' and chromed dummy 'exhausts', working headlights powered by 12V battery, with spoked wheels and rubber tyres, front sprung suspension, black vinyl upholstered seat, three-spoke steering wheel and aero type windscreen, in seemingly good order and showing little signs of use, measuring approximately 210 x 105cm overall.
Alfa Romeo 8C type
Child's Pedal Car by Stevenson Bros
handmade alloy boat-tail body finished in red livery with black painted grille, with plaque numbered '033348' to left side of chassis, single seat with black vinyl upholstery, with spoked wheels fitted with pneumatic tyres (rear tyres worn) and mudguards, with bonnet strap, aero type windscreen and dummy 'exhaust' to left side, some light use, in otherwise generally good order, measuring approximately 166 x 68cm overall.
2008 Auto Union Type C 'Silver Arrow'
Child's Pedal Car by Audi Quattro GmbH,
approximately 1/2 scale, limited edition, with plaque under bonnet numbered 169 of believed 999 produced, hand-built spaceframe chassis with aluminium body finished in 'Silver Arrows' livery and wearing race number '5', constructed from approximately 900 individual components, featuring spoked wheels with pneumatic tyres, pedals chain driven to rear, with 7 forward speeds, hydraulic disc brakes, the cockpit with wooden dashboard and dummy instruments, brown leather upholstered seat, four-spoke removable steering wheel, and handbrake, in seemingly good order and showing little signs of use, measuring approximately 200 x 100cm overall.
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