Steve McQueen (1930-1980)
Steve McQueen plays a game that fighter pilots play in the bar called "Shoot the Watch". It is called this because fighter pilots describe air-to-air combat by using their hands as the two combatant aircraft, and the trailing hand points at the wristwatch of the leading hand until it has a firing solution on the leading hand.
On the set of Le Mans (1971): Steve McQueen and Fangio
Steve McQueen wore a Barbour "International Suit" for the 1964 I.S.D.T in East Germany. It was called the "International Suit" because it had been designed for the for first International Six Day Trial in 1936 by Duncan Barbour, who was a keen motorcyclist. Barbour had been making motorcycling suits since 1908.
Sebring 1970. Steve McQueen wears his Rolex Submariner
In Kodachrome. Steve McQueen and Mini Cooper, at a studio somewhere in England.
Sebring 1970 - Steve McQueen and Carrol Shelby
Steve McQueen Porsche 908
+ SEE ALSO
- Filmlocations Le Mans (1971)
- Steve McQueen Heuer Monaco watches and the make of Le Mans (1971)
+ EXTERNAL LINKS
- Official website
- McQueen Online
- McQueen's Jaguar XKSS
- The Selvedge Yard Blogspot on Steve McQueen's offroading adventures
- The Selvedge Yard Blogspot on Steve McQueen's motorcycles
- Great Escape Locations
A French Kiss with Death - Steve McQueen and the Making of Le Mans by Michael Keyser with Jonathan Williams published by Bentley , Cambridge MA. ISBN 0837023-2
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