Lloyds Auctions will offer two Tickford race cars this Sunday, including the 2021 Monster Energy Mustang driven to second place by Cam Waters and James Moffat in the Repco Bathurst 1000 two weeks ago.
The car will continue racing to the end of 2022, then handed to its new custodian.
“This is a tremendous deal for the successful bidder this weekend as the more podium finishes Cam Waters and Tickford Racing get over the next 12 months the more it will just continue to add value to an already iconic car,” said Chief Operating Officer for Lloyds Auctions, Lee Hames.
“A few months ago, we auctioned the Walkinshaw Andretti United Vehicle, which then went on to win Bathurst a few weeks back and possibly doubled its price instantly, which the new owners were extremely excited about and thrilled to be a part of,” added Hames.
The Monster Energy car is the first chassis built by Tickford Racing directly to Mustang specifications.
It will come with all paperwork, set up sheets and running gear, including its Tickford-prepared V8 engine, allowing the next owner to take it to the track almost immediately.
The Tickford Racing FGX Falcon that won the 2015 Supercars Championship will also go under the hammer.
“These are two iconic race cars and pieces of Australian motorsport history that are not to be missed. We have had great interest in them and are excited to see them go to the new custodians,” said Hames.
“This is Lloyds second Grand Carmada event and is set to be a huge success, with over 350 classic cars going under the hammer as well as these iconic race cars,” added Hames.
The two-day auction starts at 10am Saturday 18 December and runs until 7:00pm Sunday 19 December.