M-HDT VK Commodore, and he was substituting for Brock, who was in Europe contesting the ETC with Moffat. Neal prepared cars for several teams during the Group A era and made two Bathurst starts himself: what years, who with and how did he go?
Yeah, I remember as if it was yesterday. Brock in the Bob Jane T Marts Monza broke an axle sending it 90 degrees left and took out Tony Hubbards (I think thats his name) XC Coupe, and as a Ford boy I was'nt a happy camper.
Track- AIR. I think Richo's BMW was involved also.
The Actual Bob Jane Monza was sold to Brian Thomson, and might have become a Supra Sports Sedan later as well... the car at CHampions - assuming it was Graeme Whincup's (uncle, not father) car, was another vehicle altogether.Bit of useless trivia for some ..... I saw this car , the Bob Jane TMarts Monza, a few months ago at the Champions Brock experience at Yeppoon just before it closed down, and they say this car was built by Jamie Whingecups father.
The Actual Bob Jane Monza was sold to Brian Thomson, and might have become a Supra Sports Sedan later as well... the car at CHampions - assuming it was Graeme Whincup's (uncle, not father) car, was another vehicle altogether.
On the whole, the bulk of the genuine HDT race cars in that collection spent more time in John Harvey's hands than Brock's lmfao. One of them was the leftovers from Bond's '76 Amaroo shunt...Henry, I'd sooner take your word on this than the nice young lass lumbered with the tour guide duties on the day there - only saying what she said. There were a few more details on other things that I knew she wasn't totally correct on as well.