Typhoon 1929

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Typhoon model is a speed boat racer built for Edsel Ford from the design of George Crouch's famous Teaser. Exact raceboat replica ( 1929 ).

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$1,295.00

The Typhoon model is outstandingly well done. 

Completely built out of mahogany wood with a varnished painting and cream-leathered seats.

An uncompromising selection of the noblest materials for one of the most beautiful power boat models Abordage presents.

Shop now ! It  will exceed your expectations.

Size61 cm L x 14 cm Hgh
Year1929
Historic NoteThe pedigree of the Typhoon dates back to the days of the Gold Cup Races. The original Typhoon was designed back in 1929 by George Crouch. Among the other famous designs from George Crouch were the ever popular Baby Bootleger, and the award winning Teaser

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Typhoon 1929

Typhoon 1929

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