Complete with jet engines, this Gromit is ready to take off.
You can find 49. Gromjet inside one of Bristol’s newest museums, Aerospace Bristol next to Filton Airport.
I found this Gromit rather challenging to find.
The description on the
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s ‘Gromjet’! Perhaps donning one of Wallace’s latest ambitious inventions, you’ll find this turbo-charged pooch soaring around Aerospace. Showcasing a very futuristic mode of transportation, a moving, interactive ‘Gromjet’ is designed and sponsored by Trailblazer Rolls-Royce!
My initial thought it was at the entrance to the Rolls Royce complex, I misread the map too. It was only after getting the app that I realised that it was in fact hidden inside Aerospace Bristol.
Back in 2015 I attempted to see and
photograph all 70 Shaun the Sheeps I managed to get 62. This time I am aiming to get all 67 sculptures. I have created this page to record all the sculptures we find. Download the app to find the sculptures.
So let’s be frank about this, I really don’t know that much about classic cars, however I have recently thought it would be nice to own an old classic motor.
These photographs were taken at a recent classic car event in Weston-super-Mare, I can guess what some of them are, but please add a comment if you are more confident than me in what they are.
1. 1931 Austin Seven Swallow
2. An American car of some kind… 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air – 938 XUP
3. Who knows, but nice wheels! Chevrolet – SV 6473
4. 1950s car, Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire – 172 CEV
5. A blue car…
6. Another classic, 1920s or 1930s?
7. A Rolls Royce from the 1970s…
8. Hmmm, 1949 Riley 1.5 Litre – KXN 114
9. Okay, so I know the sun glare doesn’t help… Riley – RDV 566
10. This one I am pretty confident is a Morris Minor 1000 Traveller.
11. Bodie and Doyle would like this Ford Capri
12. Another American car, calling Dick Tracey, calling Dick Tracey…
13. A wedding car…
14. Willys Jeep
15. Custom BMW Mini.
So can you help me out, please add a comment if you know what some of these cars are.