B.R.M. Items  For collectors of B.R.M. books and automobilia- all the relevant catalogue items are collected here.
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1932.    PARNELL BRM V8.   Press photo with attached caption of "A new £12,000 British Sports Racing car, planned for international events...."  The story goes that after Reg Parnell's death, the Climax engined RP64 F1 car project was halted, and the designer, Les Redmond charged with turning the car into a sports racer. -sounds difficult! 9.5in x 6in original press print from Raymonds of Derby in good condition with typed caption sheets stuck to the back. £23
                                                       730.    OWEN ORGANISATION Research Facilities & Services.  1963.  Brochure produced to list the company's engineering laboratories, libraries, design services, etc., available to industry.  5 x 8 in.  pp.12  £10
729.    YARDLEY-BRM Grand Prix Racing Guide.  1970.  Large format (9.5 x 14 in) folder containing separate illustrated leaflets covering the 1970 championship (first half of the season results pre-printed).  Top driver profiles, 1970 GP car cutaway, GP driving, top cars, GP history, etc.  Slight fade marks to back cover otherwise good original marque racing item.  £60
678.    BRM / The Development of the Rover-BRM.  Peter Spear (BRM) and Noel Penny (Rover).  1964.  Illustrated paper to the Automotive Engineering Congress in Detroit.  Background to the Le Mans prospect, total technical details. Photographs, technical drawings, charts, etc.  SIGNED ON COVER BY PETER SPEAR. 11 x 8.5in.  pp.30     £40
1005.    1960 BRM.  Colour photo/art fold-out poster featuring Michael Turner art of the first rear-engined BRM with Graham Hill, Jo Bonnier and Dan Gurney in the background.  Art of cockpit, colour photos of the car and drivers.  Full "Motor" technical description.  10 x 7.5in opening to 22 x 20in.  Fine display item.  £25 (part of a set.-see main catalogue page. - click here)
667.    BRM / Owen Racing Organisation.  August 1955. Original foolscap typescript 2-page press release describing the new 2.5 litre car. "If the Grand Prix of Barcelona is run later in the season, it is aimed to have two cars there, driven by Peter Collins and Ron Flockhart" £20.
656.    1966.  THE OWEN ORGANISATION B.R.M. Grand Prix Racing Car.  A.F. Rivers-Fletcher.  Owen organisation publication.  Revised uprated BRM history to include the H16 and Jackie Stewart's Monaco win in the Tasman V8. Photographs of Hill, Stewart, Spence, Attwood.  Chapter on engine development.  7.5 x 5in.  pp.40  £40
655.    1966.  SOME ASPECTS OF MOTOR RACING RESEARCH.  Peter Spear and Tony Rudd.  Owen Organisation publication.  Detailed illustrated glossy treatise on the
technicalities as exercised by BRM.  Written by the team's chief engineers. Photographs, technical charts.  9.5 x 6in.  pp.50   £45
654.    BRM -- "Development of the Owen Organisation's BRM H-16 Formula 1 Racing Engine."  A.C. (Tony) Rudd.  a 9-page illustrated paper delivered to a Symposium on Transport Engines of Exceptionally High Specific Output for the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in Nottingham.  September 1968. Photographs and performance chart.  Total technical detail by the Chief Engineer of BRM.  11 x 8.5in.  pp.9  £40
651.    BRITISH RACING MOTORS ASSOCIATION.  c1950.  Typescript letter giving details of membership, sets of photographs available, plus the new car badge "which will shortly become available"   Single sheet. £15
652.    1969.  RE-ORGANISATION OF B.R.M.  Owen Organisation BRM Press Release on headed paper.  February 1969.  Chief Engineer and Team Manager:  Tony Rudd. No. 1 Driver:  John Surtees.  No. 2 Driver:  Jack Oliver.  Single sheet. £25
590.    B.R.M. - The 1960 Rear-engined BRM.
Illustrated publicity folder from the Owen Organisation. Photo of Alfred Owen with the V16 and the new rear-engined car. Cutaway across centre spread. Reprint from MOTOR, September 1960.   £30

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