The 2-litre ERA G-Type raced in the 1952 season. The fundamental design was laid down by Robert Eberan-Eberhorst, who designed the Auto Union Type D Grand Prix car. His protégé and successor David Hodkin completed the G-Type design. Powered by Bristol engine, the car was driven by Striling Moss in the 1952 British Grand Prix. The model made by Villa Model based on TW Collection kit.
|Stirling Moss||12||English Racing Automobiles Ltd|
|1:43||TW Collection / Villa Model|
|TW44 / VM425|