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Rare Everoak racing helmet car motorcycle famous brand Fangio Moss

$ 299.99 $ 258.00

Vintage Everoak genuine hard leather covered, cork lined helmet used for auto racing, and motorcycles, made in England since 1914. Good for its age but for display only. This classic safety helmet epitomizes the Golden Age of Auto Racing brand worn by Earl Howe, Goldie Gardner and Sammy Davies in the 30's to Fangio, Moss, Collins, and Hawthorne in the 60s. The original helmet was based on a Polo cap shape and replaced the cloth and Chamoise leather helmet. Hand made in London by the Bill Vero family company established in 1878 and used the Everoak name since 1914. Good original authentic condition for its age and display head is include in price. A $12 refund if you do not want it. Most of the earlier helmets are smaller sizes and best displayed only. These early types are quickly disappearing as they have become very collectible. The first racing helmet dates back to 1914 at the Brooklands racetrack near London England. Dr. Eric Gardner used canvas and shellac to prevent head injuries for the motorcycle racers he was treating. After WW1 more functional and higher quality safety items evolved. The Europeans were ahead in development because of their heavy involvement in Motorcycle racing.

IMG_3466Vintage Everoak genuine hard leather covered, cork lined helmet used for auto racing, and motorcycles, made in England since 1914. Good for its age but for display only. This classic safety helmet epitomizes the Golden Age of Auto Racing brand worn by Earl Howe, Goldie Gardner and Sammy Davies in the 30’s to Fangio, Moss, Collins, and Hawthorne in the 60s. The original helmet was based on a Polo cap shape and replaced the cloth and Chamoise leather helmet. Hand made in London by the Bill Vero family company established in 1878 and used the Everoak name since 1914. Good original authentic condition for its age and display head is include in price. A $12 refund if you do not want it. Most of the earlier helmets are smaller sizes and best displayed only. These early types are quickly disappearing as they have become very collectible. The first racing helmet dates back to 1914 at the Brooklands racetrack near London England. Dr. Eric Gardner used canvas and shellac to prevent head injuries for the motorcycle racers he was treating. After WW1 more functional and higher quality safety items evolved. The Europeans were ahead in development because of their heavy involvement in Motorcycle racing. Because of WW2 all safety items improved but it was not until the late fifties the hard leather helmets were replaced by full face shields and hard shell helmets in most forms of motor sports. Please check photos as they are part of the description and this the helmet you will receive. SHIPS FAST and totally insured in lower US.

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