Engine Type: V8
Build Date: 2000
Where do you find these?
100% track ready. Add fuel and head to the track.
2000 Bathurst 1000 – Finished 17th (Rod Salmon / Damian White).
Privateers Trophy. 1st privateers car across the line. (privateers and factory backed cars ran together back then).
2001 – Bathurst 1000 (DNF)
2002 – Konica Series (Rod Salmon)
2004-2008 – Shane and Jonathon Beikoff (father & son) ran the car in Development Series with success in 2005 when they won a race at Wakefield Park.
Alex Young (Ex Minardi F1 driver) drove it for 2 rounds in 2004.
2008-2018 – The car did a few ride days and kept in storage.
2020 – The car was fully restored back to 2000 livery.
2022 – Ran at the Phillip Island historic event in March.
Comes with log books (original and current)
The following work has been completed:
Outside Fresh paint and decals as images
Inside Fresh paint all sills and boot with touch up in cabin
New front screen
All side windows replaced with new ducts
New decals on dash
New Longace long mirror
New drivers side netting
Diff fresh with all new wheel bearings and diff centre bearings (Diff went to Paris Acott for repairs ) Ratios Phillip Island
Fresh Tail Shaft
Fresh gear box by GRM
All new seals and service brake callipers
Front end uprights crack tested and rebuilt by GRM
ENGINE SBR (approx. 1700km serviced recently )
Fuel tank in date new by Marty Brant
New fuel pumps
Motec with telemetry
Penski dampers tested
SPARES WITH CAR
Air Spike x1
Air Jack stands
Some spares may be available for purchase with the vehicle from the current owner.
Where do you find em? Genuine BATHURST race car.
To protect your investment vehicle bidders should consider at a minimum replacement of fuel, oil, fluids, filters and thorough brake inspection as vehicles may have been stationary for some time. Vehicles are sold as is off the floor – unregistered. No warranty expressed or implied, sold with all or any faults, and where applicable sold with Australian Government Import Approval.