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· Allan Wakefield
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Is going to be the Renault Etoile Filante from 1956.

The Renault Etoile Filante was an experimental vehicle, powered by a turbine instead of a piston engine. Driver Jean Hebert set a speed record of 308 Kmh at the Bonneville Salt Flats, which at that time was the fastest speed for a turbine powered vehicle.

It was seen at the 2000 Goodwood Festival of Speed..

and the unpainted kit looks like this...

Pricing will be similar to the GT40.

· Registered
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So how was it going through the Goodwood chicane? Nobody will be passing those ping pong paddles on the outside!! Actually, it doesn't look that much different from the longtailed 917s, or even the swoopy Alpines that ran at LeMans in the mid-60s (I really miss the Retro Racing website).

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