APEX REPLICAS BACKS V8 SLEUTH’S RIP RACERS STORY SERIES

Perth-based model company links up with V8 Sleuth, expands the home of Australian motorsport history and heritage …

STORY: V8 SLEUTH STAFF
IMAGES: AN1 IMAGES (DIRK KLYNSMITH, APEX REPLICAS)

V8 SLEUTH’S popular new series of stories documenting the fate of destroyed and missing race cars from Australian motorsport history has a new naming rights partner in Perth-based APEX Replicas.

Founder Richard Poole is a long-time supporter of Australian motorsport and has over 15 years of experience in the model industry and his company is also the exclusive distributor for the Australian market of Minichamps, Spark and TSM-Model.

The RIP Racers series will now be known as ‘APEX Replicas RIP Racers’ with a range of stories to reach fans via the V8 Sleuth website over the remainder of 2018.

If you have a suggestion of a car to feature in the series, contact the V8 Sleuth team here.

Already the series has documented the fate of the 1994 Bathurst-winning Dick Johnson/John Bowe EB Falcon and Peter Brock’s early 1978 Holden Dealer Team A9X Torana.

In addition to this news, V8 Sleuth has now become an official APEX Replicas stockist with the V8 Sleuth Online Store to stock its range of model cars, including its Supercars releases here.

This latest announcement now sees V8 Sleuth become official stockists of three model brands – APEX Replicas, Biante Model Cars and Authentic Collectables.

Visit APEX Replicas online here to find out more about the brand, its upcoming releases and history.

We’ll be bringing V8 Sleuth followers and readers regular updates on our website and social media in relation to new release cars, products under development by APEX Replicas and much more as the year rolls on.