Do you mean in real life, or should I say, 1:1? :giggle
either way it is a very nice car both in 1:1 and 1:18. Also the bulk of the 22Bs dont have the spotlights, AUTOart modelled the one thats upgraded by Prodrive for the UK market. I cant remember the exact figures but they are very few indeed."The name itself is an enigma. Many journalists jumped to the mistaken assumption that 22 referred to the 2.2 litre engine and the B stood for Bilstein, the car's suspension manufacturers. The truth is 22B is hexadecimal (number base 16, used in the coding of computer programmes where the letter A to F are used for the numbers 10 to 15) for 555.
To prove this, take a calculator and add the following into the memory…
2x16x16 = 512
2x16 = 32
B = 11
Total = 555"