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Just Cars #277 19-07

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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aston martin to offer electric powertrain for classics

Following Jaguar’s decision to offer an electric engine conversion for classic E-Types and other XK-engined Jaguars (see JUST CARS #273), Aston Martin announced in December that they will offer a similar service. As part of Aston Martin Lagonda’s wider electric vehicle (EV) strategy that will see fully electric Lagonda models offered in the near future, the electric engines and compatible battery systems will be offered to suit older Aston Martins (what Aston calls ‘Heritage’ models) as a way to “future proof” these classics. HERITAGE SPARK Led by Aston Martin Works at the company’s Newport Pagnell headquarters in the UK, the electric drivetrain technology to suit classic models is a combination of work already done in creating the Rapide E and technologies that will be applied to the upcoming range of Lagondas. “We have been…

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2019 phillip island classic preview

The new year is here and that means the annual Phillip Island Classic is just around the corner. The 2019 edition of Australia’s largest historic motor racing event takes place on 8 – 10 March; the weekend before the 2019 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park. Conducted by the Victorian Historic Racing Register, this year’s Phillip Island Classic is expected to once again draw more than 500 entries, with vehicles coming from around the world to compete. The 30th Anniversary of the event this year coincides with other significant motoring and racing anniversaries, such as the 60th anniversary of Formula Ford, 60 years of the Mini, 50 years since the launch of the Bolwell Nagari, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Alfa Romeo Car Club and the Holden Dealer…

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motorclassica wins industry award

At the annual Exhibition & Event Association of Australasia’s Awards for Excellence, held in Sydney this past December, Motorclassica won the award for Best Consumer Show (over 10,000 sqm). Australia’s premier automotive collector and lifestyle show, Motorclassica, the Australian International Concours d’Elegance, won the prestigious award for their 2017 show ahead of Oz Comic-Con Sydney 2018, the Good Food & Wine Show Sydney 2018 and PAX Australia 2017. This, the second EEAA award for Motorclassica, comes after Event Director Paul Mathers and his staff won the Best Show Team award in 2014. “This is a real surprise… what we have in common [with our fellow nominees] is that we bring communities together and that is a very special thing. On any day, of any year, any of these shows are the best in…

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ferrari creates ‘sp3jc’ one-off convertible

The latest bespoke Ferrari to roll out of Maranello is the ‘SP3JC’; a one-off created for a long-term Ferrari client and collector. Based on the running gear of the F12tdf (and the only bespoke Ferrari commissioned off this platform to date), the brief that the client gave to the Ferrari Styling Centre for this project was to create “a pure, uncompromising roadster”. The low-slung stance, with smooth, but muscular sculpting of the flanks, is noticeably different from the F12tdf, which itself was a notable departure from the F12 berlinetta. The front end is almost entirely new, with only the headlights carrying over, while a quirky touch is the see-through panels at the bonnet’s trailing edge that allow the 6.3-litre 574kW/740Nm V12 from the F12tdf to be seen. Beyond the bonnet, the obvious substantial…

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fiva calls for historic unity

With classic motoring under threat from a number of fronts leading to developments like electric vehicle conversions for classics (see lead News item), the FIVA (the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens - International Federation of Historic Vehicles) is urging enthusiasts from every corner of the globe to work together to protect the future of the historic vehicle movement. “While more and more countries are joining the international historic vehicle movement, it’s vital that we continue to extend the reach of our shared values and heritage,” said FIVA President Patrick Rollet (pictured) at the federation’s annual General Assembly on 17 November, 2018. “FIVA members currently comprise 86 historic vehicle clubs and federations from 66 countries, representing more than a million and a half enthusiasts around the world, with nations such as Nepal and…

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lsa, lsx engines to be won

Holden has launched a new competition for the new year – “Power & Passion” – where the major prizes are a pair of hot Chevrolet Performance V8 engines. The 476hp (355kW) 6.2-litre LSX and 556hp (415kW) supercharged 6.2-litre LSA V8s are part of a prize pool created for Power & Passion by GM Holden’s main aftersales brands – Holden Genuine Parts, ACDelco, Holden Trade Club and Chevrolet Performance Parts. Both engines are loaded with Chevrolet Performance Parts and also come with a Holden Genuine remanufactured automatic transmission, ready to drop into your project. Secondary prizes include a VIP weekend at the 2019 Bathurst 1000 as guests of the Red Bull Holden Racing Team and monthly giveaway guest rides (from January to June) in the 3500hp ACDelco CV8 Monaro Pro Slammer. The world’s fastest…