Golden Fleece was an Australian brand of petroleum products and service stations operated by H.C. Sleigh and Company. A partnership was founded in Melbourne, Australia in 1893 by shipowner and merchant Harold Crofton Sleigh (1867–1933) and manufacturer and shipowner John McIlwraith (1828–1902).
Continuing the Biante association with Red Bull Holden Racing Team they are very excited to announce models in 1:12 scale from the start of the season in Adelaide for both the #88 and #97 cars, along with the Bathurst-winning #97 of Shane van Gisbergen and Garth Tander plus the #888 of Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes. Both cars carry the ‘Thanks Holden fans’ branding on the rear quarter panels.
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Preorders close 18th January.
All models listed here are sealed resin and priced at $500 each.
Late in 1970, Ford replaced the XW range with the new XY range. As with the XW, a GT was also released. By the first half of 1971, a GT-H0, the Phase 3 was delivered. This GT-HO was a true supercar and with a top speed of over 140mph was the fastest four door sedan in the world at the time. Approximately 300 XY GT-HO Phase 3 Falcons were produced.
The Phase 3 comes with the top of the line interior with 140mph speedometer and an 8000rpm tachometer. It also sports the protruding aircleaner scoop in the bonnet famously known as a “shaker”.