Issue 113

Muscle News

The return of the Chrysler Pacer, the unveiling of a convertible Corvette ahead of the Chev
sportster hitting our shores perhaps as early as next year, and all the fun of the SEMA fair

Muscle Maniac

Allan Moffat’s last race, as Ford fans go back to Lot 6 on Bathurst Sunday

Brock unleashed

Post-split and Polarizer-packed.... the story of the Brock HDT Commodores that came after Holden had taken the shock decision in early ‘87 to cast its favourite son adrift.

Hardtop HO

This neatly turned out one-off two-door XT GT is a replica of the show car Ford displayed at the ‘69 Melbourne Motor Show. It’s also pretty much what Al Turner had in mind for the XW GT-HO

Muscle Man: Herb Taylor

Herb Taylor wasn’t a star name but he was a fond, familiar presence in NSW racing in a series of six-cylinder Holdens - although he did fi nish second outright at Bathurst in a Ford

VE Day

Looking back on one of the most signifi cant moments in the history of the local car industry
- Holden’s decision to develop the VE Commodore as a wholly home-grown exercise

Peter Molloy

Looking back on the life and career of the versatile motor racing genius Peter Molloy

Ken Miles

He was the subject of the recent Ford vs Ferrari fi lm but Miles also played a pioneering role in Australian motorsport - he raced the fi rst factory-prepared big block Ford V8 ever seen here

My Muscle Car

AMC readers show us their pride and joy - including a pair of early Shelby Mustangs

Mike Raymond

Remembering Mike Raymond, the race commentator and promoter extraordinaire