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Just Cars #278 19-08

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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supra returns

After what’s seemed like years of concepts and teasers (actually, it has been YEARS!), the fourth-generation Supra was finally revealed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this past January. To be released to selected markets later this year as a 2020 model, what Toyota are calling “a sports car in its purest form” is the first new Supra in 17 years. The upcoming model sticks to the established Supra ethos of a six-cylinder engine driving the rear wheels, with the 3.0-litre engine in the upcoming ‘A90’ generation Supra to feature a twin-scroll turbocharger matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission. HAND OF GAZOO Officially, the new Supra is known as the ‘Toyota GR Supra’. GR, if you didn’t know, comes from GAZOO Racing, Toyota’s competition arm that runs motorsport programmes from the…

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dutton group purchase targa aus

The Dutton Group, best known for Dutton Garage, their prestige, exotic, luxury and classic car dealership in Richmond (VIC), but with vehicle wholesaling, modern and vintage race car restoration and preservation services also in their portfolio, are the new owners of the Australian Targa Championship series. Completed in January, the deal will see Dutton Group responsible for running the CAMS Australian Targa Championship series, including the iconic Targa Tasmania, effective immediately. The change in ownership will deliver what’s been described as an exciting future for the Targa Championship, with expansion plans already in the mix for the next five years and a commitment to broaden the customer base of the tarmac rally series. “We would only sell Targa to the right buyer, a buyer that could continue expanding Targa, a buyer that understood…

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mini launches ‘60 years edition’

The iconic Mini marks its 60th Anniversary this year, so expect celebrations aplenty throughout 2019. Mini themselves have been first out of the blocks, announcing a ’60 Years Edition’ of the current model, defined by special features, detailing and colours. Based on the current Mini Cooper, Cooper D and Cooper S/SD, the 60 Years Edition will be offered in both 3-door and 5-door form, with four engine choices (two diesels and two petrols) ranging from 100kW to 141kW, matched to an auto transmission. All-new British Racing Green (officially ‘British Racing Green IV’) paint for the special edition is a nod to the Mini’s close connection to British motorsport. Optional colours include Midnight black metallic, Melting Silver metallic, Moonwalk Grey metallic and Mini Yours Lapisluxury Blue. To these colours, a choice of black or white…

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road compliance, le mans coming for brabham bt62

Following the debut of their ‘BT62’ hypercar last year, Brabham Automotive announced in January that a ‘Road Compliance Conversion’ option will be available and that the BT62 will participate in the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race. While the BT62 was launched as a track-only car, Brabham Automotive says the option of a conversion kit for road use in Europe was driven by customer demand, specifically those who want the convenience of driving their car to and from the track. Costing around $225,000 over the projected AU$1.5 million base cost of the Adelaide-built car, the Road Compliance Conversion will be undertaken in the UK and consists of an increased ride height, modified steering ratio, and the fitting of door locks and immobilisers. The conversion also includes air conditioning and additional “high…

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new concours event coming to sydney

This March will see the debut of an all-new concours event in the form of the inaugural Sydney Harbour Concours d’Elegance. Powered by Ferrari, and with the support of the InterContinental Hotel Double Bay, Perrier Jouët Champagne, Martell Cognac, Bentley Motors, St Hugo Wines, D’Marge, and the Royal Automobile Club of Australia, this all-new automotive event will be held at Lindesay, a National Trust property on the Sydney Harbour waterfront at Darling Point that dates back to 1834. Scheduled for this March 7th to 9th, the Sydney Harbour Concours d’Elegance is an invitation-only event that will see 30 of Australia’s finest vehicles gathered on the lawns of Lindesay. With stylised gardens typical of its English counterparts and spectacular views of Sydney and the harbour, Lindesay will provide the ultimate setting for the most…

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brabham bt26 to be auctioned

A Brabham Formula 1 car with not only racing, but race-winning pedigree, will be one of the premier lots on offer at Bonhams Amelia Island auction this March. The car, a Brabham-Cosworth BT26A from the 1969 Grand Prix season, was the third such chassis built and actually started life as a BT26 in 1968 with the Australian-made Repco V8 engine. Repco V8s had delivered championships for Brabham in 1966 (Jack’s third and last driver’s title) and 1967 (with Denny Hulme driving), but the 1968 version proved unreliable, so was replaced with the Cosworth-Ford DFV V8 for 1969, with cars so powered being relabelled as BT26A. In BT26 spec, chassis #3 was driven on four occasions in 1968 – for four retirements - by Jochen Rindt, the posthumous F1 Driver’s World Champion in…