Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is the vintage racing car which features in the book, musical film and stage production of the same name. Writer Ian Fleming took his inspiration for the car from a series of aero-engined racing cars built by Count Louis Zborowski in the early 1920s, christened Chitty Bang Bang. The original Chitty Bang Bang's engine was from a Zeppelin dirigible. For the 1968 film, six cars were created, of those only two are roadworthy, one on which you see here. Although this particular Chitty only appears for 12 seconds in the movie, it's roadworthy and drive-able due to its higher-set steering wheel. When asked how it drove, Dick van Dyke said “the car was a little difficult to maneuver, with the turning radius of a battleship”.
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