A host of 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s machines to help celebrate Retro Round this weekend in Melbourne …

A WIDE range of racing cars covering the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s will form part of the celebration of this weekend’s Retro Round at the Wilson Security Sandown 500 – and there’s some cool cars among the display that the V8 Sleuth team has put together for Supercars.

With the major focus being on touring cars, we’ve also arranged for some great open wheelers and sportscars to be a part of the display.

The majority of cars on display will head out onto the circuit on Sunday morning for a parade ahead of that afternoon’s 500-kilometre Supercars classic.

To be located in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Champions Bar in the base of the grandstand at Sandown, there’s a great list of cars to be on show that takes fans down memory lane including, in no particular order:

* Alan Jones’ Williams FW07 1979/80 Formula 1 race car

* Peter Brock’s 1991 Mobil VN Commodore Group A car

* Dick Johnson’s 1990/1991 Shell Bathurst Sierra RS500

* John Bowe’s HDT Race of Champions Commodore

* The original Holden Dealer Team Monaro GTS 350 race car

* Colin Bond’s #24C HDT Torana XU-1

* 1985 Bathurst-winning Jaguar XJ-S Group A V12

* Colin Bond’s Ignis Alfa Romeo GTV6

* Allan Moffat Falcon Replicas

* 1969 Australian Championship-winning Matich SR4 Sportscar

* Bob Jones Ampol Max 3 Commodore VL

* Ex-Brian Redman Haas Racing Lola T330 Formula 5000

* 1973 Bathurst Valiant Charger E49

* Warren Cullen Pioneer Torana A9X 4 Door

* Phillips ex-Garth Wigston Torana A9X Hatchback

* Peter Janson Group C Commodore VH

* Toyota Team Australia Corolla Sprinter

* Datsun 240K Bathurst race car

* Ex John Lord Morris Cooper S

* Garry Willmington Ford Falcon XD Group C car

* John Mann Ford Mustang Appendix J car

* Ultra-rare Holden EH S4

* Alan Jones 1981 Bathurst Commodore VC

V8 Sleuth strives to both preserve and celebrate Australian motorsport’s rich history, from tracking and tracing the race-by-race histories and changing ownership of individual cars, to capturing and retelling the stories of the people who made our sport what it is today.