Category Archives: Models at reduced prices 1 18 scale

1964 Bathurst Winner Ford Cortina GT Jane/Reynolds

1:18 Diecast Model

1964 Bathurst Winner Ford Cortina GT Jane/Reynolds

This 1:18 scale model is on special for a limited time and the price is now $259.

18663 $259

It is limited to 1600.

Stock is limited so grab one now.

 

Preston Hire, Walkinshaw and Jeld Wen 1:18 Model Specials

We have the following models on special at the great price of $135 each.

These models were retailing at up to $195 so this is a great special.

Stock is very limited with only a couple of each available and only one FG Falcon in stock.

2018 Preston Hire ZB Commodore Lee Holdsworth

B18H18H $135

LIMITED EDITION OF 300 PIECES – RELEASED APRIL 2019
FULLY OPENING DIECAST

2017 Preston Hire VF Commodore Lee Holdsworth

AD80707 $135

Sealed Body Diecast. Limited to 270

2016 Preston Hire VF Commodore Lee Holdsworth

B18H16J $135

Produced in die-cast with fully opening parts (other than the boot), along with a detailed engine bay, racing interior and faithfully replicated 2016 livery, this is a great looking model.
Limited to 304

2015 Walkinshaw Racing Fuchs Lee Holdsworth VF Commodore

B18H15J $135

Opening doors and bonnet, sealed boot. Limited to 504

2013 Jeld Wen Alex Davison FG Falcon

AD80602 $135

Sealed body diecast. No opening features. Limited to 312.

 

 

Peter Brock Bathurst Winner Specials

We have the following 2 Brock/Richards Bathurst Winners on special for a limited time.

Hurry and grab yours now while stock lasts.

 

1978 Bathurst Winner Holden A9X Torana Brock/Richards

1978 Bathurst Winner Holden A9X Torana Brock/Richards

New tooling with opening doors and bonnet.

18623 $259

 

 

1979 Bathurst Winner Holden A9X Torana Brock/Richards

18674 $259

 

 

 

 

1969 Bathurst XW Falcon McPhee/Mulholland

Here is a heads up on a Diecast model with fully opening doors, bonnet and boot at the great price of $175.

1:18 Diecast Model

A86913 $175

1969 Hardie Ferodo 500 2nd place
Ford Falcon XW GTHO Phase 1
Bruce McPhee and Barry Mulholland
Comes with numbered certificate signed by Bruce McPhee

 

Stock is limited so grab one now!

1984 Bathurst 2nd Place VK Commodore Harvey/Parsons

For collectors looking to complete Bathurst Podiums we have the 1984 Bathurst 2nd place on special. It is normally $205 and you can grab one now for $179.

 

1984 Bathurst 2nd Place VK Commodore Harvey/Parsons

1984 Bathurst 2nd Place VK Commodore Harvey/Parsons

18330 $179

This model features fully opening doors, bonnet and boot.

Grab your while stock lasts.

 

1985 Bathurst Holden VK Commodore Peter Brock and David Oxton

We have the 1985 Brock/Oxton on special at the moment. It was originally $240 but you can grab one now for $199.
These will sell quickly so grab one now to avoid disappointment.

1985 Bathurst Holden VK Commodore Peter Brock and David Oxton

18319 $199

 

In 1985 Australian touring car racing ran under International Group A formula, rather than the indigenous Group C regulations that had been in force since 1973. This led indirectly to the Holden Commodores becoming less competitive against the imported Nissans, Volvos, BMWs and Jaguars.
The 1985 Bathurst 1000 was not one of Brock’s nine wins; it was a race that was always going to prove difficult up against the best Group A cars from Europe. However, the hard-charging Brock, whose progress had twice been interrupted by pit stops to remove a broken windscreen and later to dislodge the rear window, was steadily making inroads on the leading John Goss Jaguar XJ-S. Despite only one win during the season, Brock nearly pulled off an upset podium, but his magnificent drive came to nothing just three laps from the chequered flag, when a timing chain broke while running a strong second.
1985 turned out to be the worst Bathurst result for Holden in history.

 

Colin Bond Toranas available to buy now

We have these 2 Colin Bond Toranas available to fill some Holden gaps in you collection. Grab yours now!

1970 Bathurst Holden Torana GTR XU1 Colin Bond

A87060 $190

 

1971 Holden LC Torana Colin Bond

A87162 $190

Limited Edition only 3000 made
Includes C.O.A signed by Colin Bond & Information Flyer

1970 Holden LC Torana GTR-XU1 Peter Brock and Bob Morris

This model is available now at the special price of $190. It was originally priced at $205 so grab one now to satisfy your diecast addiction as it could be a bit lacking in new releases for a little while.

1:18 Diecast Model

1970 Holden LC Torana GTR-XU1 Peter Brock and Bob Morris

A87061 $190

#40. HOLDEN DEALER TEAM.
1970 HARDIE-FERODO 500.
Drivers : Peter BROCK / Bob MORRIS
Limited edition of 5004
Peter Brock’s first Bathurst drive after he got the call from Harry Firth.
Part of the Brock Collection

1995 Bathurst Holden VR Commodore Mark Skaife and Jim Richards

Here is another model for Holden collectors out there and it is a great time to add it to your collection at the great price of $189. Grab one now while you can.

1:18 Diecast Model

1995 Bathurst Holden VR Commodore Mark Skaife and Jim Richards

B180401D $189

Biante – 1/18 Scale – Holden VR Commodore #1 Skaife/Richards 1995 Tooheys 1000 Diecast Scale Model Replica
Mark Skaife and Jim Richards’ assault on the 1995 Tooheys 1000 at Bathurst was perhaps best described as ‘the one that got away’.
Skaife qualified the #1 VR Commodore second fastest in the Top 10 Shootout on Saturday morning, beaten to pole position by the man who would later be his team-mate at HRT – Craig Lowndes.
Come race morning and the team sprung something of a surprise on their rivals as Richards was behind the wheel to start the race. Many had assumed Skaife would line-up to start the 1000-kilometre event, but the expat Kiwi was more than up to the job despite a bad season on the score sheet.
Richards and Lowndes were beaten from the front row of the grid by Wayne Gardner’s Coke Commodore. Richards settled into a comfortable second place and took just six laps to work his way into the lead. From there the #1 Holden eased away from the former world motorcycle champion.
Such was the superior fuel economy of the Skaife/Richards car it would not pit for fuel until lap 38, meaning that they were within a few Safety Car laps of being able to do the race on just three pit stops – a sizeable advantage.
Skaife emerged from pit lane with nearly half a minute back to Dick Johnson and he had Perkins’ co driver Russell Ingall (desperately trying to get back on the lead lap) formed up behind him when the first Safety Car came out on lap 47.

When the race restarted, Skaife simply blazed away from the field. But on lap 64 he limped to the pits. The tailshaft had snapped, breaking the back of the gearbox and punching a hole in the floor.
They were out. History would show that Perkins and Ingall would go on to a famous victory, but Bathurst 1995 was the one that got away for Richards and Skaife.
Features:
Limited edition only 2400 pieces made worldwide including COA signed by Jim Richards
Informational booklet
Opening doors, hood and trunk
Highly detailed plumbed and wired engine bay
Highly detailed race spec interior
Detailed race livery.

 

 

1997 Holden VS Commodore – Peter Brock – ATCC

We have some stock available of the Peter Brock model below.

It is priced at $190 and you can get one here

Get yours while stocks last and add another Holden to your collection.

1:18 Diecast Model

B180401C $190

05 – MOBIL HOLDEN RACING TEAM
WINNER : 1997 ATCC, Round 8 (Barbagallo Raceway)
DRIVER: PETER BROCK
On 29th May 1997, following Round 6 of the ten round 1997 Championship series, Peter Brock stunned fans in announcing his forthcoming retirement from full-time motor racing. The crowds came out in force at the following Lakeside round to wish Peter a fond farewell.
Celebrations were even grander a few weeks later at Round 8 at Wanneroo (Barbagallo Raceway), where Peter Brock triumphed over variable weather conditions and other incidents to pick up two thirds and a second in the three races and thereby win the round. The result was all the more remarkable for Brocky having recovered from a first lap excursion in race three that had dropped him back to tenth position.
His ATCC career came to an appropriately legendary end at Round 10 at Oran Park. Brocky out-qualified all others for pole position and followed that up with a win in race one and a second placing in race two. Tyre dramas in race three prevented a fairy-tale ending for Peter Brock … but, hey … that’s motor racing !