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Just Cars

Just Cars #281 19-11

Just Cars is the Collectable, Classic and Custom Car enthusiast’s bible for buying, selling and just plain dreaming. Not only is it the largest selling car magazine in Australia, it’s free for individuals to advertise meaning there’s no better place to find your next dream machine, or to find a like-minded mate who’s going to take care of yours if you need to sell it.

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4 min.
ferrari release ‘p80/c’

The latest in a string of bespoke customer builds from Ferrari is the ‘P80/C’. Created for an anonymous client, the P80/C took four years to turn from brief to completion (the longest development time for any one-off project thus far), with Ferrari’s design, engineering and aerodynamics teams said to have worked hand-in-glove with the client through every stage of the process. Revealed in March, the P80/C has been described as an entirely new and modern take on the Ferrari sports prototype concept, with the client’s requested design features inspired by sports racers from the past, including the 330 P3/P4 and Dino 206 S, but the rest of the one-off was to make no concessions to the marque’s past. A thoroughly modern car, created purely for the racetrack and with significant chassis, body…

2 min.
gosford museum sale success

Australia’s most anticipated car auction in recent memory, Lloyd’s auction of the Gosford Classic Car Museum, was completed on the weekend of 6 - 7 April, with the event attracting more than 2,000 people on site and total sales of more than $20 million. Lloyd’s are claiming the auction achieved ten new sales records for Australian-made cars, including $58,000 for a 1949 48/215 and $165,000 for a 1975 Ford XB GT Falcon hardtop. Other Aussie sales included $94,000 for an HDT VC Commodore and $79,000 for a 2015 HSV Maloo. Of the approximately 150 automobiles on offer, late model European cars achieved good prices, including $270,000 for a 1992 Ferrari Testarossa 512, $340,000 for a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo SV and $650,000 for a 2016 Porsche 911R. The exception was a 1930 Packard…

2 min.
corvette to pace 2019 indy 500

Continuing a tradition that began in 1978, Chevrolet’s Corvette will serve as the Official Pace Car for this year’s Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge. A 2019 Corvette Grand Sport will lead the 33 Indy starters to the green flag for the 103rd running of the Great American Race this coming 26 May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. “Chevrolet is honoured to lead the way for the 500 once again,” said Steve Majoros, director of Chevrolet passenger car and crossover marketing. “The Grand Sport is a particularly excellent choice as its wide body and aerodynamic features are steeped in racing heritage.” The Grand Sport’s standard drivetrain of an LT1 6.2-litre V8 engine and 8-speed paddle-shift auto is unaltered for pace car duty – a package that puts out 343kW and 630Nm, with a claimed 0-100km/h…

2 min.
aston db4 tops bonhams goodwood sale

Bonhams Goodwood members Meeting sale may not be the biggest auction on their calendar, but it always turns up some gems and this most recent sale, on 7 April, was no exception. Amongst an array of mainly British classics (Bentley, MG, Bristol, Rolls-Royce, Jaguar, etc.), the top seller was a 1962 Aston Martin DB4. Unofficially known as ‘Series IV’ vehicles, DB4s built from September, 1961 to October, 1962, marked the fourth change to the DB4 since its introduction in 1958. A new grille treatment was the easiest way to define a Series IV, with other changes including recessed tail lights and a slimmer bonnet intake, but the running gear of a 3.7-litre six-cylinder engine and 4-speed manual transmission remained unchanged. Originally delivered in the UK with California Sage paint and a fawn Connolly leather…

2 min.
hyundai takes i30n to targa tas

As this issue of JUST CARS goes on sale, Hyundai will – hopefully – still be in action at this year’s Targa Tasmania. The Korean carmaker announced back in March that they’d be fielding an entry in the annual tarmac rally as their first factory motorsport outing in Australia. The car entered is the i30N hot hatch and the driver is Brendan Reeves; a Hyundai development driver experienced in Australian rallying. Reeves’s sister, Rhianon Gelsomino, will serve as co-driver. Reeves is no rookie to Targa Tasmania, having first competed at the event a decade ago, with a best result of fourth outright in 2011 and victory in the Targa Showroom class the same year. Ahead of the i30N’s local debut in 2018, Reeves worked with Hyundai engineers to fine-tune the hatch’s suspension calibration. More…

2 min.
stinger chosen for nt police

Following its addition to highway patrol fleets in Queensland and Western Australia, the Northern Territory is the latest region to adopt Kia’s Stinger for police duty. Like their interstate counterparts, NT police chose the high-performance, twin-turbo V6 version of the Stinger to replace the Holden Commodore SS currently deployed in the Territory’s Road Policing Command. The first Stinger prepared for police duty was unveiled in April, with six more to come as the Commodore is phased out. Commander Matt Hollamby, from the NT Road Policing Command, said the Stinger was trialled in the NT and found to be a suitable replacement. “Holdens and Fords have been standard road policing vehicles in the NT for the best part of 50 years, but now that they are not manufactured, it’s time for us to look…