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Just Cars

#287 20-04

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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bentley to recreate ‘blower’ racers

After releasing a limited-edition ‘Number 9’ version of their current Continental GT earlier this year in honour of their past successes at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Bentley has gone a step further in announcing they will produce copies of their ‘blower’ 4.5-litre supercharged endurance racer from 1929, with each unit to be hand built by Mulliner; Bentley’s in-house division for coachbuilding and bespoke projects. A total of twelve copies will be built, in honour of the twelve races in which the original factory ‘Blower Bentleys’ were entered. “As we continue to commemorate 100 years of Bentley, we are combining a look to our past with the very latest digital technologies and techniques to create something truly extraordinary,” said Bentley’s Chairman and Chief Executive, Adrian Hallmark. “The four Team Blowers are the…

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win a goodwood revival trip with shannons

Shannons are offering the chance to attend the 2020 Goodwood Revival as part of a 15-day trip for two to Great Britain. One of the must-do events for fans of classic four and two wheel machinery, the Goodwood Revival is not just a feast of historic racing cars and bikes from the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s – the event also sees the paddock decorated in the spirit of the era, with participants and spectators encouraged to dress in the fashions of the period, too. On track, historic open wheelers, sports and GT cars, saloon cars, GP cars and other categories engage in spirited competition, with classic motorcycles racing, too. From a multi-million-dollar Ferrari to a Cooper-Climax, a Jaguar D-Type to a humble Austin A40, all sorts of classic race machinery is welcome at…

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triple shot super show preview

An all-new car and bike event is coming to Sydney this November in the form of the Machines & Macchiatos Triple Shot Super Show. Presented by the Sydney Machina Social Club, the Triple Shot Super Show promises to be big: so big, in fact, it’ll be held over two days – 23 and 24 November – at the St. Ives showgrounds (18km north of Sydney CBD). Day 1, Saturday 23 November, is a family friendly day with food trucks, a bar, live music from the Cruisin’ Deuces, a movie car display and rides and amusements for the kids. The day culminates with a special drive-in open-air cinema. Public entry is free, but there is a charge for the open-air cinema - $20/car and $10/non-car. Day 2, Sunday 24 November, is the big Show…

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former holden workers sought for history project

To preserve the history of Holden’s manufacturing operations in Australia, former Holden factory employees are being sought out to contribute to an oral history project, in an attempt to unearth the remarkable history of General Motors-Holden and its workers. Organised by a research team from Monash University in Melbourne and the University of Adelaide, the project will draw on the memories of those who worked at Holden between 1945 and 2017, specifically those who worked on the assembly lines and operations related to manufacturing. Most of the subjects for the study are likely to come from South Australia, as GM-H’s operations in Woodville and, later, Elizabeth were the state’s largest private employer for much of its existence. “Holden’s final factory closure evoked grave concern for its workers and the hundreds of smaller component…

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all japan day classic coming to birdwood

The popularity of South Australia’s annual All Japan Day (AJD) has led to a new event structure for 2019 and beyond. Since its foundation in 2008, the AJD has been held at Wigley Reserve in Glenelg, attracting Japanese cars - of all eras - from throughout South Australia and even interstate. In recent years, the growth of the AJD has seen the Wigley Reserve venue filled to capacity – more than 500 cars – so event organisers have trialled new initiatives to preserve the purity of the original show and ensure Japanese car owners have somewhere to display their vehicles and enthusiasts somewhere to view them. Earlier this year, organisers announced that the AJD will be split into two separate events. The ‘traditional’ AJD will remain at Glenelg and hold its February timeslot,…

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new tech regs, class structures coming for targa rallies

To adapt to more complex engineering and electronics in modern vehicles, and to encourage more competitors to take part, a range of new technical regulations will be introduced for the CAMS Australian Targa Championship from 2020. Class structures will also be adjusted for the coming year, with an all-new electric vehicle class to be introduced in 2021. The changes include the Classic category being split into ‘Classic’ for pre-1990 2WD cars and ‘Classic GT’ for pre-’90 4WD cars. Similarly, Early Modern will be split into ‘Early Modern 2’ and ‘Early Modern 4’ for 2WD and 4WD cars, respectively. Conversely, GT2 and GT4 will become one category, with results split on the basis of Outright (GTO) and Production (GTP), but GTP cars will be eligible to place and win the GTO competition. Other rules…

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