The George Fury/Gary Scott Nissan Bluebird that claimed pole position for the 1984 Bathurst 1000. Pic: / Dale Rodgers

THE second episode of the Motorfocus Model Podcast drops a huge bit of news around the upcoming release of an iconic Group C touring car that has never before been produced in 1:18 scale.

What is it, I hear you ask? The above photo is a pretty big hint … you’ll have to listen to the podcast for all the details!

Hosts Aaron Noonan and Dimitri Comino from Motorfocus also have the latest updates on upcoming Supercars model releases from Classic Carlectables and Authentic Collectables, including important news around the car that finished in second place in last year’s Bathurst 1000.

They also answer the questions sent in since Episode 1, covering topics from the Holden Efijy, the value of championship winners versus Bathurst winners, and what model shops really think of Code 3 models.

Allan Moffat’s 1970 and 1971 Bathurst-winning Ford Falcons are also covered with a look at the changing value of the Biante and Classic Carlectables 1:18 releases.

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