his Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Junior is a superb children’s car, and a wonderful tribute to the sporting roadster driven to overall victory in the 1955 Mille Miglia road race by Stirling Moss. It is equipped with a 48cc engine, coupled to a centrifugal clutch driving the rear wheels, which can power the car up to a top speed of 15 mph. Braking is by a single disc with a mechanical piston caliper.
Measuring 1.9m Long, 0.8m wide and suitable for one child under 10 ( Height Depending )
The chassis is powder-coated aluminium to a bespoke design, while the bodywork is composite glass-reinforced plastic. The silver paintwork and red ‘722’ livery is a faithful replica of Moss’s Mille Miglia winner, co-driven by Denis Jenkinson. The bonnet and boot lid are both functional, and there are working headlights. It rides on steel wheels with pneumatic tyres, finished with three-eared wheel nut detailing.
The cabin is a great tribute to the original car, with hand-stitched dark blue leather and tartan cloth panels on the seats. The floor is trimmed with grey carpet, and the edges and side panels are upholstered with diamond-quilted leather. Ahead of the driver is a four-spoke polished aluminium steering steering wheel, as well as a plastic aero screen.
The 722 junior is equipped with a 48cc engine, coupled to a centrifugal clutch driving the rear wheels, which can power the car up to a top speed of 15 mph. Braking is by a single disc with a mechanical piston caliper.
Petrol or Electric
Choose in either petrol or electric motors.
Can reach speeds of up to
Every car is custom made in Wiltshire, Hampshire.
has realistic and working lights, horn and key!