BoB 83/84?

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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby Get the bullet » Sat May 23, 2015 6:31 pm

Killer pics. I'm astounded only the blower switch is missing but other random stuff like the head and weapon pouches on the door remained. These pics will help people improve their replicas no doubt.
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby aussie muscle » Sun May 24, 2015 7:42 pm

Thanks for sharing your story and photos
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Mon May 25, 2015 1:58 am

MrSpeed wrote:Wow awesome pics, the car was almost untouched inside when i got to see it back in 1996 at the stars and cars museum keswick uk, thanks for sharing!


Well least something stayed faithful to how it was then. I never viewed it in person after it was purchased again and then given that makeover. I still dislike what became of it as to me it really should have been left as it was for the most part. It was in amazing screen used condition really. All it really needed was a good strapping in a paddock to get some red dirt on it again and it really would have looked incredible. :lol:



Get the bullet wrote:Killer pics. I'm astounded only the blower switch is missing but other random stuff like the head and weapon pouches on the door remained. These pics will help people improve their replicas no doubt.


I guess someone seen those bits symbolic with the Interceptor and that would be my guess why those were missing. I don't know if they were missing before the car came down or if they were taken afterwards. From memory the owner when we viewed the car just left it with us and went back down to the house. It may have been viewed before by some not so trustworthy people that just couldn't help em selves.. You'd hope not but I really don't know.
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Mon May 25, 2015 2:02 am

Taipan wrote:Plz post all of those pics:)



Alright heres some more then..

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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Mon May 25, 2015 11:43 pm

Getting down to last ones.

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Just a few to go now.
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Mon May 25, 2015 11:46 pm

Pretty much it now

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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby rockatansky4073 » Tue May 26, 2015 12:47 am

THIS IS RIDICULOUS, IT'S SO GOOD!!!
You have no idea how valuable these are to people like us.
Even the Cars of the Stars museum never gave us pics this detailed.
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby G Kritty » Tue May 26, 2015 4:39 am

Yes, COTS wouldn't allow photos to be taken but they were kind enough to take my pic with the car based on conduct. In 2004, I visited Keswick all the way from Sydney, just to see the interceptor again. The first encounter with the car was back in 1986 at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. At the time in Keswick, the COTS curator gave me the idea to look up Ray Evans. Ray owned the interceptor before Bob Fursenko so there had to be photos of the car in the condition after the film and before the restoration. Sure enough, Ray was kind enough to give me a few photos when I met him in Adelaide back in 2004. I have recently spoken with Ray and have been given his permission to post a few pics.

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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Tue May 26, 2015 11:34 pm

Great pictures in particular the ones Ray shared with you. Must have been when he first got it perhaps as there is still some of that red dust on it in the pics? Can see the gearknob and blower switch are not present in the picture with the dog impersonating dog. It's really cool to see more of it from back then. Thanks for sharing them.
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Re: BoB 83/84?

Postby PhilC » Tue May 26, 2015 11:39 pm

rockatansky4073 wrote:THIS IS RIDICULOUS, IT'S SO GOOD!!!
You have no idea how valuable these are to people like us.
Even the Cars of the Stars museum never gave us pics this detailed.


Perhaps i should take em down and sell em? :P

Glad you like em as much as i do myself.. It really was something!! :)
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