Cam Waters Ford Mustang Tickford Racing to be auctioned by Lloyds | Western lawyer

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The Ford Mustang that Cam Waters drove to the podium at the Bathurst 1000 earlier this month will be up for auction in Sydney this weekend. It will be one of two Tickford Racing machines to go under the hammer, the other being the FGX Falcon in which Mark Winterbottom won the 2015 Supercars Championship. Lloyds Auctions COO Lee Hames said that Waters’ car, in particular, represented an excellent opportunity for the successful bidder. “A few months ago we auctioned off the Walkinshaw Andretti United vehicle which went on to win Bathurst a few weeks ago and maybe doubled its price instantly which the new owners were extremely excited and excited to be a part of. “, did he declare. . ALSO MAKING NEWS: The Monster Energy car will continue to race until the end of 2022 and before being handed over to the new keeper. It is the first chassis built by Tickford Racing directly to Mustang specifications and Cam Waters is the only driver to have driven the car to date. It will come with all the documents, setup sheets and all the essential rolling elements, including its Tickford-prepared V8 engine, allowing the next owner to take it to the track almost immediately. The Tickford Racing FGX Falcon, which also won the 2015 Supercars Championship, is also going under the hammer. “These are two iconic race cars and must-see pieces of Australian motorsport history, we had a great interest in them and are delighted to see them go to the new keepers,” said Mr Hames . “This is Lloyds’ second Grand Carmada event and should be a huge success, with over 350 classic cars under the hammer as well as these iconic race cars.” Both cars will be auctioned off at 7 p.m. on Sunday as part of a massive two-day Lloyds auction with more than 350 classic cars on sale. More information on Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:



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