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The car in which Michael Schumacher made his F1 debut is up for grabs as Eddie Jordan clears out his attic for the memorabilia sale of a lifetime.
It's not every day that such an intriguing collection of items from F1 history become available. However, Memento Exclusives, the F1 memorabilia specialists, are exclusively selling items from Eddie Jordan's personal collection from today (Friday 7th September).
The items up for grabs include the Jordan 191, famously raced by a young up-and-coming driver on his F1 debut, Michael Schumacher.
Considered one of the most beautiful Formula 1 cars of all time, Eddie Jordan's 191 was the first F1 car built by Jordan Grand Prix and raced by Schumacher at Spa 1991. Designed by Gary Anderson, a carbon fibre monocoque forms the skin of the car which features double wishbone suspension and a Cosworth V8 engine. The 191 is livered in Irish green with sponsor markings including the iconic 7up and FUJIFILM.
Sold as a complete car with an engine ready to race, it was last run at Goodwood and is currently an exhibit at the Donington Museum.
And that's not all! Eddie Jordan himself will provide a formal handover to the new owner of the 191 and private photographs will be taken which will be professionally framed and given to you as a memento of this special day. PLUS you will receive 2 paddock club tickets to the British 2013 Grand Prix and all certification documents will be signed by Michael Schumacher himself.
If your budget doesn't stretch to a Formula One car, there are plenty of other opportunities to add a once-in-a-lifetime item to your F1 collection.
How about Damon Hill's race-used helmet, a 1991 Michael Schumacher replica helmet or a Martin Brundle helmet, the latter two both bearing personal messages to Eddie.
Then there's Eddie Jordan's own first ever crash helmet from his days racing in Formula Ford, or the Constructors' trophy from the Jordan team's final F1 race win at the 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix. Each of the items comes complete with a hand-signed letter from Eddie Jordan himself.
These rare collectors' pieces aren't likely to hang out on the shelves for long. Check out Eddie's full collection here
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