Allan Moffat's Ford Falcon XB GT 'Project B52' is one of the legends of Australian Motorsport, despite not surviving to race at Bathurst.
When Ford pulled out of motorsport in 1973, Allan Moffat decided to take leadership on his own. He created a development car and headed to the US for intensive testing, which also involved Team Penske. Footage of this testing has recently become available via youtube.
When this car started racing, first dressed in a Brut 33 livery (before its final red and gold colours) it was a sensation. Unfortunately it was lost in a fire, along with its transporter at Adelaide Hills prior to the Adelaide round of the Australian Touring Car Championship. John Goss lent Allan his own car to ensure that he could continue and become the ultimate winner of the 1976 series.
Thankfully Allan Moffat kept extensive notes on this XB development, as the car itself had little salvagable after the fire. This set the groundwork for his historic 1-2 win at Bathurst the following year.
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