Mus­cle Stuff


Australian Muscle Car - - Sacred Sites -

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.ry­ or reser­va­tion­s_­bathurst@ry­

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 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

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.mus­cle­

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

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