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    The greatest collection of iconic F1 cars in a shed on airfield in England

    Bernie Ecclestone's personal collection photographed using a 70s Polaroid camera

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    https://rossoautomobili.com/blogs/ma...arge-opus-book

    I have not seen the collection but have seen some of the car's at Gordon Murray's by invitation private exhibition at Dunsfold a while back



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