1. Rydges, on track at Mount Panorama
Stay in stylishly appointed studio rooms overlooking the famous Mount Panorama race circuit, and the track within reach of your furnished balcony. Rydges Mount Panorama is the perfect spot to experience all that the motorsport Mecca has to offer. When booking, ask about the Motorsport Enthusiast Package, with complimentary passes to the must-see National Motor Racing Museum nearby. For information call 02 6338 1888 or www.rydges.com/bathurst or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Rare Spares solves a common problem
Another Ford restoration part by Rare Spares, these two panels RP227A and RP228A are ¼-panel repair sections for XW and XY sedans. They are produced from new tooling using metal of similar thickness to the original parts. These panels are the ideal replacement parts for this area, which is prone to rust and damage. For more information, log on to www.rsp.net.au or go to your nearest RSP store.
3. ColorSpec, the perfect match
ColorSpec is a professional-grade paint that’s specifically mixed to match your vehicle’s unique colour code. To attain a seamless, factory finish, ColorSpec utilises the same clear-over-base technology employed by vehicle manufacturers. Available exclusively through Supercheap Auto, ColorSpec is conveniently packaged in an easy-to-use, 300g aerosol can, featuring a specially developed nozzle that produces a wide, even spray pattern for superior coverage and finish. In addition to the 74,000 OEM colours that can be created, ColorSpec also offers a range of 560 standard colours for you to choose from. For more information and detailed how-to videos, log onto www.ColorSpec.com.au
4. Race in for freebies with your T-shirt!
Quantities and sizes are getting low on some of our popular designs, so for the first 100 Australian Muscle Car magazine readers this month who buy any House of Muscle T-shirt from our ad page, we will toss in a free cooler* and a free sticker.* *Coolers and stickers will be varied but we will make sure you get a Holden or Ford one depending on your order. House of Muscle - remembering the oast for the future. For more infomation log on to www.musclecar.com.au
5. Give your Cobra a Birth Certificate
Australian Classic Car History Services has announced the release of the ACCHS (pronounced ‘axe’) Report for the Ford Falcon XC Cobra hardtop. An ACCHS Report provides previously unpublished information about the original build specifications of a particular Falcon XC Cobra hardtop or Falcon GT. The ACCHS report is similar to the Marti Auto Report in the USA for the Ford Mustang. Most importantly ACCHS is officially licensed by the Ford Motor Company (Contract # 2012341) and using official factory production data, the ACCHS report verifies the build history of a Ford XC Cobra just like a birth certificate. For more information please visit www.acchs.com.au