Jaguar XJS 1985 Bathurst Winner
In 1985, the Great Race allowed and attracted Group A touring cars to the circuit, and saw the inclusion of the turbocharged Sierras and Skylines.
The Jaguar XJS was also the first time since the 1966 Gallaher 500 when a brand other than Holden or Ford won at Bathurst, where in 1966 a Morris Cooper S took the chequered flag.
The race was dominated by the Tom Walkinshaw Racing running the Jaguar XJS which finished first and third in the race. John Goss and German driver Armin Hahne claimed the victory with team boss Tom Walkinshaw and his co-driver Win Percy finishing three laps down in third.
Australian limited release model with a production run of 1,500 units
This model is made with new tooling
Drivers: John Goss and Armin Hahne
Body: High detail with interior
Lights: Xenon effect head lights and working rear lights
Motor Configuration: Inline
Gear Ratio: 9:27 Plastic
Drive: Rear wheels
Magnet: Yes Rectangular
Guide: Round Plate guide (+ two spare disks)
Digital Plug Ready (DPR): Yes, use C8515
Issued: July 2021