1975 XB Falcon Coupe - 'John Goss Special' was a limited edition by Ford Australia released in August 1975 to commemorate John Goss' win in the prestigious Bathurst 1000 endurance race the previous year. The car featured a 302 in³ (4.9 L) Cleveland V8, and some specific options, including a hood with locking pins and side vents. The cars were available in  two accent colours, Apollo Blue metallic or Emerald Fire (green) metallic, offset against a body colour of Polar White.

1975 XB Falcon Coupe - 'John Goss Special' was a limited edition by Ford Australia

Alfa Romeo 155 BTCC - Gabriele Tarquini! Champion!

Gabriele Tarquini Alfa Romeo these dominated touring cars.

One of my dreams- A Touring spec RS500. Preferrably one of the Eggenberger Texaco Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500s.

One of my dreams- A Touring spec Preferrably one of the Eggenberger Texaco Ford Sierra Cosworth

Back in the mid-1980s after the end of the local Group C touring car rules, Dick Johnson opted to purchase a pair of Zakspeed-built Mustangs from Germany for the introduction of the new Group A rulebook. This car was brought into Australia in late 1984 and actually taken to Bathurst by Johnson as a back-up for the team’s primary entry, #17 Palmer Tube Mills Falcon XE.

Back in the mid-1980s after the end of the local Group C touring car rules, Dick Johnson opted to purchase a pair of Zakspeed-built Mustangs from Germany for the introduction of the new Group A rulebook. This car was brought into Australia in late 1984 and actually taken to Bathurst by Johnson as a back-up for the team’s primary entry, #17 Palmer Tube Mills Falcon XE.

Bathurst 1000 Winners Photo from Chris Benny Imaging; http://chrisbennyimaging.com/blog/

Australian Classic Muscle Cars How good was this era of Australian Supercars "motorsport"

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