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860SSRep - 001Looking up to Skyline at the Mt Panorama road circuit. Bathurst, NSW.
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860SSRep - 014Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 008Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 009Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 012Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 011Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 004Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 007Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 003Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 002Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 005Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 006Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SSRep - 020Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Photographed at the same section of the track, between Skyline and the Esses, as the Kenny Blake image I took 38 years earlier. Photographed at the Mt Panorama road circuit, Bathurst, NSW. 2013.
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860SS-100The sole example of a factory built 860 roundcase SS. Ridden by Kenny Blake in the Production race at Bathurst, April 1975. He won handsomely.
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860SSRep - 030Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Detail of the 60 degree heads. Photographed in Melbourne, VIC. 2010.
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860SSRep - 031Commissioned by a European collector, this replica of the unique 860SS that won the Production race at Bathurst in 1975 (ridden by Kenny Blake), has taken some 5 years to complete. It was decided that it would be used on the road and the owner wanted it to be in a considerably higher state of tune than a standard SS. As a result it features the ex-VeeTwo 60 degree heads, as developed by Brook Henry; higher compression pistons and a capacity of 905cc. Constructed by Tony Hannagan of BevelTech, based near Melbourne, VIC. Detail of the 60 degree heads. Photographed in Melbourne, VIC. 2010.
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