1970 HG Monaro GTS350
would argue the Holden Monaro is one of the greatest muscle cars that has ever been produced in Australia. The 1970 HG was, in fact, the third Monaro model and was the last to use the original coupe design and bodyshell. This newly announced 1:18 die-cast model by Biante, in Electra Blue with its subtle “sidewinder” stripes and bonnet scoop paint-outs, is now available to pre-order.
1973 XA Falcon Superbird
until the 1970s, Ford Australia was run with very close ties to the American parent company, including its heavy US design influences. The launch of the XA Falcon in ’72, followed by the Superbird, which debuted at the 1973 Melbourne Motor Show, signalled a real coming of age for Ford Australia and the Australian motor industry. In fact, it spurred numerous manufacturers
Holden HJ Sandman Panel Van
newly released 1:18 die-cast model from Biante in Contessa Gold faithfully replicates all the iconic features of its 1:1 counterpart: fully opening parts, highly detailed engine bay, interior, wheels, undercarriage and finishing.The black HJ Sandman decals and stripes look exceptional against the gold metallic colour scheme. And included with this model – which is a limited edition of only 1044 pieces – will be a set of roof racks and colour-coordinated surfboards. to follow the ‘bird’s lead with respect to looks and performance. Biante’s 1:18 scale diecast model in Lime Glaze and Jewel Green paintwork is already in stock. And it will shortly be joined by a brand new version in gleaming Polar White with Cosmic Blue accents – which you can now pre-order. Both models feature fully-opening parts, high detail and impressive finishing, and they are limited to 1008 pieces each. For further information, and to place your orders, go to www.biante.com.au
Super news for all XA Falcon fans – and that includes everyone at AMC.
for release in late 2015, and now available to pre-order, is Biante’s latest addition to its exclusive Street Machine range – their take on the fabulous 1968 HK GTS pillarless coupe – finished in Wraith White with black stripes. Similar to their previous HT Street Machine, this 1:18 scale diecast model features a supercharged V8 engine, quick shifter, customised gauges and number plates – making it the perfect companion piece for your own Street Machine collection.
1998 Bathurst 1000 winner
Replicas has announced the release of their new 1:18 die-cast model of the Stone Brothers Racing Ford EL Falcon, which was driven to victory in the 1998 Great Race by Steven Richards and Jason Bright. The superb detail and finish includes the full racing livery, opening doors, bonnet and boot, and it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by both drivers, For more details and ordering information, go to www.apexreplicas.com.au