Rainbows and Unicorns
Could it get any better?
These dresses are so versatile, can be worn through all seasons.
With a top underneath and tights in the cooler months and as it is throughout those warmer ones.
Not only that, but once the dress has been outgrown it can be worn as a top!
Only 1 available
Age 4 years
Will last as a top until approx age 7-8 years!!!!
Can also be made to order from newborn to age 6.
Dress from £35- £45
3 months - 6 years
Count Rossi’s road legal Porsche 917K chassis 917-030
The car started its life as one of the multiple chassis affected to the Martini Racing Team. It was entered at the 1000 km Zeltweg 1971 with Gérard Larrousse and Gijs van Lennep. It was the first ever car to race with an analogic ABS system.
After the end of 1971 regulations changed making 917s not suitable for endurance racing anymore. Chassis 030 was then extensively tested by Porsche at Weissach to gain experience with the ABS.
Comes Count Rossi. In 1975, Martini and Rossi Vermouth company owner, greatly involved in motorsport as a sponsor and with Porsche in particular, emitted the desire of having a 917 for his personal use. Yes, road legal use. Porsche could not quite object to their major sponsor and dusted off chassis 030. With minimal tweaks, the most important being a silencer, the car was prepped at Weissach. Problem is that no European country would accept to register this thing for road use, either because they didn’t agree on the principle or because they would require crash testing. A way out was kindly provided by the US state of Alabama who accepted to licence the car, at one strict but very achievable condition: that the car would never be seen there. DEAL!
So, Count Rossi took delivery of his Alabama registered, silver Porsche 917 at Weissach and drove it right to Paris. A few images of the maiden trip exist. It’s apparently only after this trip that it received the full leather interior. During the four next decades it was very rarely seen...
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