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Posted 01 April 2017 - 11:27 PM

Hi Anthony,
A very rare photo of genuine HDT car,and still alive these days.

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Posted 02 April 2017 - 08:46 AM

John,Only colour photo i had.

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Posted 02 April 2017 - 09:58 AM

Both BJD440 and KRK720 (which became BIO812) Lina mint XU1,s 6 Month ADR plated 1970 completed in the 1971 Australian rally Championship from 20 march 1971 to 18 September 1971.

And the two track xu1's in 1971 KSA302 and KSN116 completed from 28 February 1971 to 15 August 1971.

Both CK Xu1,s KZR545 and KZR565 were built on the 1/9/71 and both registered on 15/9/71.

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Posted 02 April 2017 - 08:27 PM

How many genuine hdt cars are left

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 09:29 PM

How many genuine hdt cars are left

 

24C HDT that was Reshelled after 1972 Bathurst race, 1973 No.1 HDT Car, 28c HDT LJ XU1 and Saggy Sarah plus LKW111 HDT LJ XU1 Rally Car.

So Five Cars left out of the Gang.



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 01:32 PM

Hey toranalover  the sandwich board is confusing at best..but he did so so he could attach himself to 3100x 020859, if you look on vin disc its the first car that

had its engine number recorded, but that car IS NOT 40c/KSA 302

 

The funny part of the sandwich board is his claim about the glove box..he got the Brock trifecta by saying geoff brock  graffitied peter brock glove box that

was confirmed by phil brock..the guys a name dropper

 

The concerning thing about about the sandwich board is the fact he used ian tate name as doing the correct stamped HDT engine..so is he saying ian tate

re-stamps motors? and its ok because he once worked for the HDT team?..last i heard its illegal to re-stamp motors, and again he uses a famous name to further

his false claim to car being KSA 302

 

And his claim that the car was re-regoed in 1979 with rego number IHN-781..that is a false statement and i will put a document up to prove the claim wrong

the sandwich board is full of lies and fantasy claims to try and make his car KSA-302/40c

 

i have talked to a few people about this car and most say it started life as a GTR..a 1969 GTR!!..hence the reason its presented without tags

what we do know about KSA-302  is its engine number is 3100X 18131 with chassis being  LC 14726-A..not 3100x 020859 chassis LC 16500-A

also i have been informed that the first xu-1 built there was a group of 12 not 11 as i first thought

 

so KSA-302 is in this group of vin numbers

date          vin number            sale date           dealer number    area code

3/7/70          L153805                 11/70                857                     5

10/7/70        L155234                  000                  000                     4

10/7/70        L155235                 9/70                  151                     4

9/7/70          L155236                  000                   000                    4

9/7/70          L155237                 000                   000                     4

3/7/70          L155335                 9/70                  828                     5

3/7/70          L155334                 8/70                  848                     5

3/7/70          L155336                 9/70                  815                     5

14/7/70        L155337                 8/70                  140                     4

10/7/70        L155338                 7/70                  144                     4

9/7/70          L155339                 000                   000                     4

9/7/70          L155340                 7/70                  000                     M

 

area codes   4= South Australia      5= Western Australia       M = Melbourne

 

note that he did say HDT cars were sold by reg hunt at Rhodes and that dealer number is 437

 

so my guess is that KSA-302 is L155340 and it got 3100X 18131 chassis LC 14726-A and iam going from the area code  M  to make that guess about Vin Number

 

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Johno now todd's got his mate on facebook holden lc gtr xu1 that the 40c car is the real deal 

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Posted 26 May 2017 - 04:37 PM

well....so looks like alf needs to be educated on  40C...  strange his booting anyone one who has the real story of this car..so he owns what facebook page?



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 08:56 PM

Many Many Years ago I did work experience for the SEC in Mt Beauty in Victoria, the guy that i was assigned to used to drive an XU1 im sure it was,  an ex colin bond rally car,  I cant remember to much more info other than his name was Chris perhaps? this would have been 1979 or 1980 ish






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