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1:18 FORD FGX FALCON SUPERCAR
1973 BATHURST WINNER RETRO LIVERY
LIMITED EDITION OF TBA PIECES - ETA Q4 2019
Biante Model Cars are very proud to present the Ford FGX Falcon Supercar in the famous livery of the 1973 Bathurst Winning XA GT in both 1:18 and 1:43 scales.
After the amazing response to the 20th Anniversary 1971 Retro FGX just recently released and sold out, we had a high demand from collectors asking for another version. Together with the fact we did the 68 and 72 versions in the VF Commodore, it was only fair Ford got a second edition!
Similar to the 1971 version, we’ve tried to include as many little details as possible to celebrate the original XA release (GT badging and blue two-tone to name a few!), but also honour the FGX as the final book end to the Australian produced Falcon.
There’s something special about the way the simple 70’s liveries look on the modern race cars and the 1973 factory Ford paintwork is no exception. It pays homage to the famous Bathurst win while still keeping to the unmistakable FGX lines.
The 1:18 will feature the standard opening doors and bonnet while the 1:43 version will be closed as per our normal FGX Supercar range. Together with the usual excellent detailing and stunning paintwork, these models should not be missed.
Produced in die cast, both of these models will be set to an exclusive limited edition based on order numbers and will come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Additionally, we’re also very proud to announce that Allan Moffat will be signing the certificate for the 1:18 version and it will form part of the Biante Allan Moffat Collection.