Bob Jane Chevrolet Camaro

50th Anniversary Camaro


Classic Carlectables Bob Jane Chevrolet ZL-1 Camaro 1971 ATCC Winner. Special 50th Anniversary Gold Livery 1:18 scale model. Certificate of Authenticity. Only 1,000 pieces produced.

Perhaps Bob Jane’s best-known car from his storied career was the Chevrolet ZL-1 Camaro.

Seen by many as what we would call a supercar nowadays, the car featured a 427 cubic inch alloy V8 and in it, Jane drove to his third ATCC crown in 1971, holding out Allan Moffat’s Mustang in a thrilling finale at Oran Park.

Classic Carlectables produced a special Gold Livery Edition of the Chevrilet ZL-1 Camaro to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of its 1971 Australian Touring Car Championship victory.

Perkins Ingall Holden VR Commodore

Classic Carlectables Perkins/Ingall Holden VR Commodore 1995 Bathurst Winner – 25th Anniversary Silver Livery 1:18 Scale. Limited edition of 1002. Certificate of Authenticity.

The Holden VR Commodore driven by Larry Perkins and Russell Ingall at the 1995 Bathurst 1000 was fastest in qualifying but was only able to manage third position on the grid after the top Ten Shootout.

Perkins and Ingall became the first to come from last to victory at Bathurst in this car following an opening lap incident.

Bathurst: Going Global – 10 Years of Australia’s International Enduro 2011 – 2020 Book

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For the first time, the ultimate history of the Bathurst 12 Hour is being published to mark 10 years of the event catering to exotic GT3 sports cars, a thrilling era of racing that opened the iconic Mount Panorama circuit to the world’s most revered and prestigious automotive brands.

Never-before-attempted, this 320-page, hardcover, limited edition collector’s book edited by long-time voice of the race Richard Craill and published by Aaron Noonan’s AN1 Media organisation, will chart the event’s rise in global esteem and importance across the last decade, with reflections from key players, winners and influencers throughout the period.

Illustrated by over 500 stunning photos, this book features a photo of every car to have competed in the Bathurst 12 Hour from 2011 through to 2020 including non-starting and non-qualifier cars.

Complementing the recent publications by the publisher that documented every Holden and every Ford to compete in the Bathurst 1000, this book will also be a limited edition release and is bound to also be very popular – so don’t miss out!

The new ‘Bathurst: Going Global – 10 Years of Australia’s International Enduro 2011-2020’ book features:

  • Rare and never-before-published photos of Bathurst 12 Hour race and practice cars from 2011 to 2020, headlined by the exotic, outright class entries including machines produced by Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Honda, Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes-AMG, Nissan and Porsche.
  • Driver names, team names, model details, race time/laps completed, qualifying times and grid positions and miscellaneous notes relating to each car.
  • A dedicated chapter on each race, recapping the events from that year’s running plus its wider context in the growth of the race.
  • A comprehensive list of results from each running of the Bathurst 12 Hour from 2011 to 2020.
  • All of the iconic cars, teams and drivers to compete in the GT3 era of the Bathurst 12 Hour.

This book is a must-have for the collection of any Bathurst, motorsport, motoring or automotive enthusiast.

Racing The Lion: An Illustrated History of Holden in Australian Motorsport

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Holden has been a major part of Australian motorsport history and, in this special edition hardcover 400-page release from the V8 Sleuth team, we celebrate and honour the brand’s history in racing.

An illustrated racing history publication assembled by Aaron Noonan, Will Dale and the V8 Sleuth team, this book will feature a massive range of photos never-before-published.

Whether it’s the memorable Monaros, Toranas or Commodores or the star drivers that achieved great feats behind the wheel, there will be something for everyone in this book.

They also include a range of motorsport activities undertaken by Holden in racing from touring cars to rallying and trials, rallycross, production cars and much, much more.

With chunky captions outlining the history, statistics and interesting facts related to each image, this is the sort of book you’ll pick up, put down and pick up again many times over.

The editorial team has searched high and low through their photo archives to find Holden motorsport history of all sorts, the book their tribute to the brand as it comes to an end prior to 2021.

This book is a must-have for the collection of any Holden or general motorsport enthusiast.

Seto: The Official Racing History of Glenn Seton Book

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For the first time, Australian motorsport legend Glenn Seton opens up about his Hall of Fame career in a brand new book: ‘Seto: The Official Racing History of Glenn Seton’.

Seton looks back on his amazing career in this 260-plus page career retrospective, covering the highs and lows of being both a driver and team owner in the cut-throat world of racing at the highest level.

Seton has worked with award-winning journalist Stefan Bartholomaeus and V8 Sleuth’s Aaron Noonan on the book, which covers Seton’s career from the beginning – through his early years in karts to racing with his father, his formative years racing Nissans, through to owning and running his own Ford V8 team and much, much more.

A two-time Australian Touring Car Champion in 1993 and 1997, Seton is known to many as the greatest driver to never win the Bathurst 1000 and he also opens up on each of his Mountain near-misses in detail.

Featuring a range of never-before-published photos, ‘Seto’ is a must for the bookshelf of any Australian motorsport fan.

It also includes all of his career statistics as well as the car-by-car history of each of Glenn Seton Racing’s Sierras and Falcons run under the GSR and Ford Tickford Racing banners between 1989 and 2002.

This is must publication for the collection of any Ford, motorsport, motoring or automotive enthusiast documenting the career of one of the true gentlemen of the sport.

The Wellington Street Races

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The Wellington Street Races ran on one of the most challenging and demanding circuits in the world with some of the biggest stars of world touring car racing including Aussie heroes Peter Brock and Dick Johnson.

Between 1985 and 1996, the races brought some of the world’s top teams and drivers to New Zealand. They also played a major role in the development of the Wellington waterfront as a public space.

The race track ran through central Wellington streets and along the edge of the waterfront. The races were dramatic and attracted huge crowds and also kickstarted Wellington becoming New Zealand’s events capital.

Organised and run by a small group of passionate and professional sports marketers, the street races served as the blueprint for the first World Touring Car Championship – a unique series that saw events take place in 10 different countries in 1987.

This is the first time that all of the stories about the creation – and the ultimate demise – of the Wellington Street Races have been brought together, along with photos and race information that all motorsport and sports fans will enjoy.

This 272 page hardback book has been written by Richard McGee and is published by Batemans Books.