NOJ 393 


 About Car Model

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This 1953 Austin Healey was registered as NOJ 393 when it ran in the 1953 24 Hours of Le Mans as a factory Special Test Car.

After Le Mans, the roadster went on to become the 100S prototype. Its race history continued, with appearances at Sebring, the Carrera Panamericana, and most notably and infamously, the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans.

It was there that the car, piloted by Lance Macklin, was involved in the worst racing disaster of all time. Macklin's Healey was hit by Pierre Levegh's faster Mercedes-Benz SLR.


  • Scale: 1:5
  • Number of parts: 5706
  • Weight: 13 kg / 28lb
  • Length: 755mm / 31in
  • Height: 220mm / 8,7in
  • Width: 320mm / 13in
  • Body color: Green
  • Materials: Genuine leather, wood, stainless steel, brass, copper, aluminium, glass


 Short Description 

  • movable aluminum wooden steering wheel (63 parts)
  • working front and rear suspension
  • movable front wheels
  • removable spoke wheels  with central lockers
  • openable hoods and doors
  • openable gas cap
  • movable left seat
  • movable Millemiglia windshield
  • adjustable mirror


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