The 1:18 Scale Mandarin Red HJ Sandman will be produced in die-cast with fully opening parts, high detail and beautiful finishing throughout. This will be Biante’s 3rd HJ Sandman Panel Van release after previously releasing the Contessa Gold and Windsor Blue versions.
Please note: There are no surfboards included with this model unlike previous 1:18 Sandman models.
Ford XB Falcon Hardtop Mcleod Ford Horn Car option in Onyx Black with red accents.
Some Ford dealers such as McLeod Ford in Sydney (who were known for their “Horn” cars) chose to add accessories such as front and rear spoilers, or to modify the interior seating to feature colourful cloth or vinyl inserts. This particular edition is based on one of those cars.
Produced in composite with fully opening parts, high detail and coming in a limited edition with a numbered certificate of Authenticity, this model is a must have for Ford fans and shouldn’t be missed.
HOLDEN HT MONARO GTS 350 DAYTONA BRONZE
*Please note only 900 pcs made. Orders will be prioritised on a first in, first served basis*
This 1:18 Scale replica of the HT Monaro is a stand-out model. Produced in die-cast by Autoart with their usual high attention to detail and finishing, featuring fully opening parts, highly detailed engine bay and interior. Both the interior and exterior colour options have been finished beautifully making this a fine example of a classic Australian car.
Despite being a sealed body model, no shortcuts have been taken with replicating the interior of this model. Upon looking through the clear windows you can see a very high attention to detail right down to the dashboard instrumentation and logos. Last but not least, the Nitrate Silver colour scheme simply looks phenomenal and finishes the model superbly well.
The 1:18 Scale Gen-F Senator is a must have model for Holden and HSV fans alike. It will be produced in a limited edition number and will come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
This new 1:18 SS-V Redline model has been produced in die-cast with fully opening parts, which should be welcome news for many die-cast model car collectors. Additionally, the model will have numerous features including a highly detailed engine bay, faithfully replicated interior, nicely replicated 19” staggered wheels with road going tyres, photo etched parts, beautifully presented chrome detailing and outstanding finishing all round. It’s an exceptional model of a car that will one day be considered an absolute classic and one for the history books.
As with all Biante 1:18 scale models, this model will be produced in a limited edition and will come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
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Resin Sealed body model.
Preorders close 18th November.
Ian ‘Pete’ Geoghegan’s victory in the 1968 Australian Touring Car Championship marked the end of an era given it was the last time in history that the title of Australian Touring Car Champion was decided by a single race, rather than a series of races.
The victory also gave Geoghegan his third consecutive ATCC crown, having won the 1966 title at Bathurst and the 1967 championship at Lakeside, his first in the Ford Mustang that ultimately took him to three title wins in a row covering ’67, ’68 and 1969.
The 1968 ATCC was decided by a single 34 lap race around the Warwick Farm circuit in Sydney on September 8, 1968 and Geoghegan established himself as the man to beat by setting pole position, his 1m42.8s lap six-tenths faster than the Chevrolet Camaro of 1965 champion Norm Beechey.
The duo was joined on the front row of the unique three-wide front row of the grid by Bob Jane’s Mustang with a total of seven Mustangs in the 30-car field.
But there was only one Mustang to beat and that was Geoghegan’s.
He bolted straight into the lead at the start with his rivals unable to slow him down. Jane’s engine ended up going on lap nine and three laps later Beechey coasted to a halt, also with engine issues.
That left Geoghegan unchallenged and he went on his way, his trouble-free race taking him to his fourth Australian Touring Car Championship victory.
At the end of the 123-kilometre race he crossed the line 1m31-seconds in front of the Morris Cooper S of local New South Wales driver Darrell King with the Porsche 911S of Alan Hamilton the only other car on the lead lap in third place.
Geoghegan had led all 34 of the laps in the race and set the fastest lap of 1m43.0s, setting a pace good enough to win but with plenty in reserve had he been challenged.
Proof of that came in a support race later in the day where he broke Beechey’s touring car lap record and set a 1m40.7s lap!
Geoghegan would go on to win the 1969 championship – again at the wheel of the same Mustang that he’d taken to victory in 1967 and 1968 – and became the first five-time Australian Touring Car Champion in history in doing so.
He was inducted into the Supercars Hall of Fame in 1999 and passed away in November 2003.
A powerhouse when it came to the 1000-kilometre Supercars race, Roland Dane’s squad didn’t have to look far to fill the three slots in its driving roster.
Shane van Gisbergen, Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes had amassed between them 11 Bathurst 1000 wins, 11 Supercars Championships, and four Bathurst 12 Hour wins. To top it off, former team sponsor Vodafone came on board as primary sponsor of the #888 Mercedes AMG GT3, run in conjunction with Australian GT squad Scott Taylor Motorsport.
Produced in resin by Spark, the attention to detail will be of their usual excellent standard with stunning detailing and paintwork. These models should not be missed.
They will be an exclusive limited edition number of 548 and will be available for only a short period once released.