Briggs Automotive Company lauds historic milestone after delivering its 100th BAC Mono supercar to Danish car museum, Strojer Samlingen.
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is celebrating a momentous achievement in its history, officially reaching the landmark of 100 BAC Monos delivered around the world. A special milestone demands a very special car, and the 100th Mono that rolled out of BAC's Liverpool factory at the start of March is fittingly the first supercar to sport stunning British racing green and visible carbon bodywork.
Also setting it apart from Monos past is a unique 'Chassis 100' golden plaque located just below the driver headrest, as well as lashings of gold on the body, carbon rims and interior stitching.
Mono #100 was acquired by the Strojer Samlingen car museum in Assens, Denmark - one of the most impressive collections in the world. The museum is home to over 120 cars from around the globe, including Danish royal family models, James Bond movie cars and a remarkable lineup of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bugattis, Aston Martins, Koenigseggs, Porsches and McLarens through the ages.