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Holden EH Ute Golden Fleece

Classic Carlectables are pleased to announce the next Holden EH Ute. This is the second model in this collection and is based on the iconic brand “Golden Fleece”. 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).

18686 $270

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Preorders close 20th July and a phone number is required.

 

 

Holden July Specials

The following models are on special while stock lasts. Grab any you want now to avoid disappointment.

All models are 1:18 scale and were priced at $205. These models feature fully opening doors, bonnet and boot.

2008 Russell Ingall/Paul Morris Bathurst Supercheap Auto Racing VE Commodore

18396 $189

2009 Will Davison Holden Racing Team VE Commodore

18381 $189

2009 Greg Murphy Sprint Gas Racing VE Commodore

18385 $189

2009 Jason Bargwanna Sprint Gas Racing VE Commodore

18386 $189

2009 Todd Kelly Kelly Racing VE Commodore

18392 $189

2009 Rick Kelly Kelly Racing VE Commodore

18393 $189

2009 Russell Ingall Supercheap Auto Racing VE Commodore

18397 $189

Ford 1:18 July Specials

For the month of July we have the following Ford models on special at the prices listed below. Stock is very limited so get in quick! These models have fully opening doors, bonnet and boot.

2009 Steven Richards Ford Performance Racing FG Falcon

18390 $189

Limited to 1000

2009 Alex Davison Stone Brothers Racing FG Falcon

18394 $189

Limited to 750

2008 FPR Steven Richards BF Falcon

18361 $180

Limited to 1500

 

Bathurst New Announcements from Classic Carlectables

The following 1:18 scale models have been announced and you can preorder now.

Preorders close Friday 10th July and a phone number is required.

 

CORTINA GT 500 1965 BATHURST WINNER SETON/BOSWORTH

18723 $290

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The 1965 Armstrong 500 was the sixth running of the Bathurst 500 touring car race. It was held on 3 October 1965 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. The race was open to Australian assembled or manufactured vehicles and, for the first time, to imported vehicles, of which at least 100 examples and 250 examples respectively had been registered in Australia. Cars competed in four classes based on the purchase price of the vehicle in Australian pounds. Prize money was on offer only for class placings however the Armstrong Trophy was presented to the entrant of the outright winning car, this being the first time in the history of the event that there had been an official award for the outright winner.
The outright winning car was the Ford Cortina Mk.I GT500 entered by Fairfield Motors and driven by Barry Seton and emerging young driver Midge Bosworth.

 

HOLDEN LH L34 TORANA SLR 5000 1976 BATHURST PETER JANSON/KEVIN BARTLETT

18725 $290

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HOLDEN LH L34 TORANA 1974 BATHURST 2ND PLACE BOB FORBES/WAYNE NEGUS

18724 $290

Preorder 1/18

HOLDEN LH L34 TORANA SLR 5000 1975 BATHURST 2ND PLACE BOB MORRIS/FRANK GARDNER

18628 $290

Preorder 1/18

1:18 Scale new announcments from Classic Carlectables

The following 2 models have been announced by Classic Carlectables and can be preordered now. Preorders close 15/6/20 and a phone number is required.

 

Holden HQ GTS Monaro Glacier White

18721 $270 Preorder Now

 

1973 VJ Series Charger XL Sunfire Yellow

18722 $270 Preorder Now

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.

 

Craig Lowndes 1998 Championship Winner Holden VS Commodore

Craig Lowndes 1998 Championship Winner Holden VS Commodore

This model is being released next week and we have one only available for purchase.

The model number is 18705 and it is priced at $270.

Hurry and buy it now!

These models are sold out at Classic so we can’t get any more.

 

Ford XR GT Falcon Sultan Maroon

This 1:18 scale model has been announced and can be preordered now.

Ford XR GT Falcon Sultan Maroon

18720 $270  Email Us to place your preorders

Preorders close Friday 29th May and a phone number is essential.

The XR GT was developed at Ford’s proving ground You Yang in North Melbourne by Ford engineers in conjunction with Harry Firth, a leading driver and race car preparer. Sales success was assured due to a win at Bathurst in 1967 by Harry Firth and Fred Gibson. The XR GT had well and truly proven itself as a vehicle that offered performance, comfort and safety amongst its features.
Limited edition of only 500 pieces to be made with COA
Highly detailed scale model replica.
Highly detailed interior.
Opening doors, hood and trunk.

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

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.