Tickford selling current Waters Mustang

Tickford Racing is putting Cam Waters' current Ford Mustang Supercar up for auction. Pic: Supercars

CAM Waters’ current Ford Mustang Supercar could soon be yours.

Tickford Racing is auctioning off chassis TR 1824, although its new owner will not get possession of the car until the end of the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship season.

The 24th Supercar built by Tickford Racing, construction began on this chassis all the way back in 2018 but it didn’t become a complete car until late 2020.

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One of two cars that Tickford debuted at the start of 2021, Waters put TR 1824 on pole for its maiden race at the Mount Panorama 500, the first of four top-qualifying efforts so far this season.

Waters has also driven the car to victory on three occasions this season and enters Sunday’s Repco Bathurst 1000 as one of the pre-race contenders for victory with co-driver James Moffat.

Waters and the Tickford team celebrating TR 1824’s most recent Supercars win at the Townsville SuperSprint. Pic: Supercars

The plan is for the chassis to continue serving as Waters’ #6 Monster Energy Mustang through the final year of Gen2 regulations in 2022, after which the car will be handed over to its new owner.

“The car will be restored to a specification determined between the buyer and race team (and) will come complete with correct paperwork, set up sheets, and all crucial running gear, including its Tickford-prepared V8 engine, allowing its next owner to take it to track almost immediately,” the Lloyds listing read.

Tickford is also auctioning the FG X Falcon that Mark Winterbottom drove to the 2015 V8 Supercars Championship title.

The auctions are scheduled to end on December 19 and, at the time of writing, the current high bid on the Waters car sat at $74,500.

Will Dale is V8 Sleuth's Head of Content - Digital. He began his media career as a breakfast radio newsreader before joining SPEED TV Australia and FOX SPORTS Australia in 2012 as its Digital Editorial Lead - Motorsport, covering all forms of motorsport both in Australia and internationally. He became part of the V8 Sleuth team in 2018.