T35B Bugatti. Sept 18, 2015 19:52:06 GMT Chris Wright likes this Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by Peter Seager-Thomas on Sept 18, 2015 19:52:06 GMT Yes, I know it's a Grand prix car, but in this case, it was fitted with road equipment for the Mille Miglia.This car was built for the Mini Mille Miglia in 2009.Not surprisingly it was based on the Airfix model. The only picture I had of the car described it as a T35B but I suspect it might have been a T51. I also suspect it might have been red!The car ran in the 1932 Mille Miglia driven by Cazzaniga and Rosa, it did not finish the race. Like all the Bgattis I have built, this has an aluminium chassis. A standard slimline Scaley motor is fitted, accompanied by a Digital chip.The wheels supplied in the kit were machined and jig built, the plastic wing stays were replaced by stainless steel fabrications.Whilst I do not compete with this car, a similar (GP) Airfix based T35B is a very enjoyable car to race.Peter.