MG EX181 'Roaring Raindrop', signed Stirling Moss
On August 23, 1957, Moss piloted the EX181 to a two-way average speed in excess of 245 MPH, besting the existing Class F record of Goldie Gardner by over 42 MPH. Moss would go on to set a total of 10 speed records (five international and five American) behind the wheel of the EX181. Today, the MG streamliner known as the “Roaring Raindrop” occupies a place of honor at Britain’s Motor Heritage Center Museum, a proud testament to a time when British sports cars ruled more than just road courses.
This execllent resin 1:18 scale replica is beautifully boxed, comes complete with all packaging and of course a photo Certificate of Authenticity of Stirling Moss signing the model at his home.