This is the 1932 Brough Superior SS 100 T.E. Lawrence Diecast Motorcycle in LARGE 1:6 Scale by Minichamps
The Brough Superior SS 100 was designed and built by George Brough in Nottingham, England in 1924. Although every bike was designed to meet specific customer requirements even the handlebars were individually shaped sixty-nine SS100s were produced in 1925 and at Â£170 were advertised by Brough (without permission) as the "Rolls Royce of Motorcycles".All bikes had a guarantee that they were capable of 100 mph (160 km/h). The SS100 (Super Sports) was the first custom motorcycle with components chosen from many different suppliers. The first engine (from 1924 to 1936) was the twin-cam KTOR JAP V twin (upgraded to a Matchless engine from 1936. Gearboxes were the 4-stud 3-speed from Sturmey-Archer. Brough developed the features of the Harley-Davidson forks and produced his own version (made by the Castle Fork and Accessory Company) to combine light weight with strength that was to become a feature of the SS100 handling.