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The first Monaco Grand Prix was held April 14, 1929 and saw a field of 16 cars start the 100 lap/4 hour race. Half of the field were Bugatti's and the race was won by British driver William Grover-Williams, in a Bugatti 35B.

Grover-Williams - who was fluent in Engilsh and Frenceh - was recruited to aid the French resistance in WWII. In 1943 he was captured by the NAZi's, interroraged and sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp where he was executed in Spring of 1945.




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1929 Bugatti 35B

Driver: William Grover-Williams


Designed for the Revival 1/20 scale kit, can also be used with the Monogram 1/24 scale kit. Available in other scales as well. These decals replicate the car that won the first Monaco Grand Prix in 1929.

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