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Just Cars #286 20-03

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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tickford bathurst ’77 special #1 for sale

In August, Tickford announced that the first of their “Bathurst ’77 Special” Mustangs was for sale. Released in 2017, the ’77 Special features livery inspired by the famous 1-2 finish for the Ford XC Falcons at Bathurst in 1977, where Allan Moffat led team mate Colin Bond to victory. Based on the Mustang GT, the Bathurst ’77 Special is more than just a sticker pack, though: Tickford retune the GT’s 5.0-litre V8 and add a high-performance supercharger to produce power in excess of 542kW and torque of 827Nm. A cold-air induction system, custom intercooler, high-flow fuel injectors and a revised fuel pump, low temp radiator and a bespoke 3-inch exhaust system unique to this package are all part of the specification, too. A suspension lowering kit, rear spoiler and diffuser, 20-inch alloys, Michelin Pilot…

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fiat top seller at shannons sydney auction

Shannons Sydney Winter Auction saw a diverse range of consignments offered, with the top seller being a Fiat Dino 2400 Spyder. A rare car today – one of only three in Australia – the Dino 2400 was released in 1969 as the ‘second generation’ of a model that had debuted in 1966. Defined by a V6 engine developed by Ferrari and placed in the Fiats to homologate the engine for Formula 2 racing, the Dino was initially released in 2.0-litre form, with a 2.4-litre version following in 1969. First offered in Spyder (convertible) form with a body by Pininfarina, a coupe version styled and bodied by Bertone followed a few months later. The unit consigned with Shannons was sold new in Rome and came to Australia circa 1980/81. In the early 2000s, the Dino was…

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mclaren opens adelaide showroom

McLaren Automotive has expanded its Australian retail network to four outlets with the opening of McLaren Adelaide. Australia is one of the most successful markets for McLaren in the Asia Pacific region, according to George Biggs (Managing Director, McLaren Automotive Asia Pacific and China), who officially opened McLaren Adelaide on 9 August. “Australia was one of the first international markets McLaren Automotive expanded into and from our very first car, the iconic 12C, the (Australian) response has been phenomenal,” said Biggs. “McLaren ownership in Australia represents an extraordinary experience. Our owners participate in exclusive luxury events, curated driver’s programs and bespoke offerings through McLaren Special Operations division.” A full service facility with sales, aftersales support and servicing, the new showroom is operated by Zagame Automotive, who also run McLaren’s Melbourne dealership. “Zagame Automotive has been…

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supercars 2020 calendar released

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