The following models have just been announced and are available now to preorder. These models feature fully opening doors, bonnet and boot and full interior detail.
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These models are due for release in the 2nd Quarter 2017 and are both priced at $250.
1969 Bathurst 61D Ford XW GT-HO Phase I Moffat/Hamilton
The introduction of the Ford XW GT-HO saw the birth of a legend. Three factory cars entered into the 1969 Bathurst race, immaculately painted in Brambles Red. XW’s took four of the top five grid positions for the start of the race, with Allan Moffat and Alan Hamilton in the 61D starting from 4th.
The XW’s were very quick around the circuit, but poor tyre choice from the team caused frequent unscheduled pit stops. The 61D would finish the race in 4th.
1995 Bathurst 3rd Holden VR Commodore Gardner/Crompton
For the 1995 Bathurst 1000, Gardner as partnered with Crompton in the #7 Commodore, starting 4th on the grid. Gardner had made the perfect getaway, with a bit of Wheel spin he surged past the other cars, making it to Hell Corner alone and in the lead. But the gap slowly closed until the lead nine cars ran nose to tail like a multi-car high-speed train across the mountain.
On lap 6 Richards took over the lead from Gardner and from there it was a challenge to hold position.
The days temperature was warming causing the tyres to over heat, but as the fuel load reduced the car became more manageable, although not much faster.
Gardner and Crompton had settled into a consistent fourth spot, when Crompton handed back to Gardner for the run home, climbing one position.
Crompton and Gardner had driven faultlessly, and as fast as the Commodore and tyres would allow.
They completed the 161 laps in 6:20:38.2 to earn third place.