A vast collection of screen-worn props and costumes from the RUSH Formula 1 film will go on auction next month, marking the first time that F1 fans will be able to buy parts used in the movie.
The Ron Howard directed film charted the 1976 World Championship title battle between James Hunt and Niki Lauda, earning itself widespread praise for its daring visuals, sound engineering and outstanding acting by Daniel Brühl, who played Lauda.
UK-based firm The Prop Store has announced a huge auction, where 250 individual lots will go up for auction with no reserve price. Over ten days prior to the auction, 25 individual lots will be posted and opened for bidding for 7 days before the auction is fully opened on June 23.
Details of the entire catalogue are being kept secret, however what is known to be included is the ‘fire’ race suit worn by Brühl for the German Grand Prix scene, a host of hero race car panels and the big ticket item of the prop replica Ferrari 312T used in the film.
For more information, visit The Prop Store’s official website.
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