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Personaly, I'll wait for Classics version, but this doesn't look too shabby:

 

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/137_HDT25_1.jpg

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/137_HDT25_2.jpg

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/137_HDT25_3.jpg

 

Harvey/Parsons 1984 Bathurst HDT VK Commodore

 

1984 was a dominent year for the Holden Dealer Team at Mount Panorama, producing a one-two formation finish.

 

This piece represents the second place getter on that occasion, the #25 Holden Dealer Team VK Commodore, driven by John Harvey and David Parsons.

 

No two racing cars are ever the same, even within a team. The Holden Dealer Team were no exception, so we have made tooling changes to reflect the livery and slight mechanical differences between #05 and #25, ensuring accurate representation of the 2nd place finisher.

 

These images represent the first prototype of this piece, in 1:18 scale.

 

#25 will be produced in a special premium display box, with opening lid and will be an individually numbered limited edition item.

 

Each Certificate of Authenticity for this item will be hand-signed by John Harvey.

 

 

Regards,

 

Sergey

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Peter Brock's 1997 ATCC HRT VS Commodore (Round 8 Winner)

 

Barbagallo Raceway V8s 1997... it was the fairy-tale everyone was hoping for.

 

Having announced his V8 retirement in May, Peter Brock set off on an Australia wide farewell tour. By July, the Australian Touring Car Championship had reached Perth.

 

In this, effectively his 207th championship start, Brock qualified 4th and - with podium results in all three heat races - went on to win the Round, being his 37th and final Round win in ATCC competition.

 

This 1:18 scale piece represents that victorious car, the 1997 season Holden Racing Team '05' VS Commodore. When released, each limited edition model will come with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

 

Featured below are three images of the prototype version of this well-detailed model.

 

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/138_DSC_5847.jpg

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/138_DSC_5856.jpg

http://www.biante.com.au/files/showroom/pictures/138_DSC_5846.jpg

 

Regards,

 

Sergey

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