Bluebird 1935 Cufflinks

Add some classic style to any shirt with the iconic Bluebird Cufflinks.

Sir Malcolm Campbell set his third and final land speed record in the Bluebird at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah on 3 September 1935, and was the first person to drive an automobile over 300 mph, averaging 301.337 mph (484.955 km/h) in two passes. His son, Donald, was to continue the family tradition by holding land and water speed records in cars also called Bluebird.

Our fun cufflinks replicate this British classic.

Presented in a metal mesh cufflink box they make a great gift for any car loving man.

made from metal and hand painted.

Size : 3.5cm x 1cm
Product Code: SKU-1165
Availability: In Stock

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