Mens 1925 Malcolm Campbell Land Speed Bluebird Sunbeam 350HP Car T-Shirt
RetroClassic™ Mens 1925 Malcolm Campbell Land Speed Bluebird Sunbeam 350HP Car T-Shirt.
RetroClassic™ Mens Classic 1925 Malcolm Campbell Land Speed Bluebird Sunbeam 350HP T-Shirt design.
We're thrilled to be collaborating with the Campbell Family Heritage Trust to celebrate Donald and Sir Malcolm's land/water speed record achievements, and legacies, in a series of new t-shirt designs featuring designs from the families photo archives.
This design features the Sunbeam Malcolm Campbell drove in July 1925 on Pendine Sands where hi increased the record to 150.76 mph.
Malcolm Campbell drove the borrowed at the Saltburn Speed Trials on 17 June 1922 and broke his first speed record at 138.08 mph (222.22 km/h). However the manual stopwatch timing system was not accepted for an official record.
Campbell persuaded Coatalen to sell the Sunbeam to him, painted it blue and renamed it 'Blue Bird', already the fourth Blue Bird. 23 June 1923 saw Campbell at Fanø, Denmark, recording another record-breaking speed of 137.72 mph (221.64 km/h) over the flying kilometre. This time the record was not officially accepted as the timing equipment was not of the approved type.
Realising the limitations of the Sunbeam, Campbell set about producing an all-new Bluebird built around a 12 cylinder Napier Lion aero engine, with the aid of Reid Railton. In this car he raised the Land Speed Record to 174.883mph on 4th February 1927.
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This 100% cotton crew neck T-shirt has a taped Shoulder to Shoulder and has Twin Needle stitching on neck and shoulders.
• Hand Wash is best
• Machine wash is best at 30°C inside out
• Do not tumble dry
• Do not iron over printed areas
This is an official Campbell Heritage collaboration, but we do not imply any association or relationship with any brands or manufacturers and it is in no way suggested that this range of clothing is officially approved or authorised by any organisation.