Brian Redman – BMW 3.0L CSL – 1975 | model | signed Brian Redman | 1:18 scale

This fabulously detailed model car is contained in a beautiful CSL livery wooden box measuring 10 x 8 inches, presented on a display base and hand signed by its driver Brian Redman, who took it to Sebring 12h and IMSA Championship victory.

£299.95 (Approx. $390.95 / €330.49)

Sold By: The Signature Store

Description

Limited edition Brian Redman signed 1:18 scale BMW 3.0L CSL, winner IMSA, model car boxed set.

Beautiful CSL livery wooden box measuring 10 x 8 inches containing the fabulously detailed model car, presented on a display base, hand signed by Sebring 12h and IMSA Championship winner Brian Redman, in the legendary 6-cylinder ‘Lightweight’ from the BMW factory team, one of the most iconic racing cars.

The model car comes complete in a CSL branded presentation box containing a ‘mirror black’ display base, a 1/18 scale BMW 3.0 CSL  model on a base hand-signed by Brian Redman, with a photo Certificate of Authenticity.

Limited stocks, please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.


Seller’s Story – Authenticity Guaranteed.

This seller is an established market leader selling genuine signed automobilia, all our signed products are guaranteed authentic, and come with proof including date, location and photographic evidence – they don’t deal in ‘through the fence’ signatures, but strike exclusive, commercial signings with drivers which take place in private; they get the best signatures because they pay for the best; authenticity is guaranteed.

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