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Old 26 May 2015, 05:15 (Ref:3541276)   #511
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George Goodare sold car a few years ago to Austria I believe , so probably the car at the museum.
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Old 26 May 2015, 07:10 (Ref:3541296)   #512
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Does anyone know if BT23-5 is still owned by George Goodare, or has it been sold to Eueope?

Saw the attached http://www.salzburg.com/nachrichten/...elpiste-74531/

Unfortunately can't read German.

Is this the real thing or a replica?
It moved some years ago:
http://www.oldracingcars.com/brabham/bt23/
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Old 26 May 2015, 09:27 (Ref:3541320)   #513
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I don't know whether Muller still owns it, but here it is at Essen last month:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ton306/17264073071/

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Old 12 Jun 2015, 19:23 (Ref:3548135)   #514
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I don't know whether Muller still owns it, but here it is at Essen last month:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ton306/17264073071/
Hi: In photos in the period of the 1000cc F3 era, there are photos of cars w/ front wings that exceed the 95cm body width allowed by the rules.

How is this possible?
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Old 30 Jun 2015, 07:27 (Ref:3554845)   #515
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I don't know whether Muller still owns it, but here it is at Essen last month:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/ton306/17264073071/
See the attached for BT 23 -5 being auctioned last Friday, 26 June.

http://www.classicandperformancecar....f2-car-offered

They seem to be capitalising very much on it being used by Jochen Rindt originally.
Very step sale estimates of 360K - 500K Euros.

It only made 235K Euro, about 330K AUD. Still pretty good.

I like the description that it is not in top condition. Looks pretty good to me.

Google Auctionata for sale details.
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Photobucket has seen fit to stop free photo-sharing and my photo has, therefore, been removed.

Here it is again: https://goo.gl/photos/ceHZhvgsNS4TyiFU7

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Photo as promised.

R.P. 'Dixi' Dean (wearing Jack's helmet) ... He was Jack's sponsor although my mother didn't know for quite some time.



I spoke to my mother this morning and she was pleased to know that Jack's name hasn't been forgotten. She was very fond of him although he had a very short fuse on race days. My father and Helen (Jack's wife) would retreat to the bar leaving my mother with polishing cloth to bear the brunt of some rather ripe language. She could never understand why he loved his racing so much when it played such havoc with his nerves. She added that she couldn't recall being at a race that he didn't win. He was a Chartered Surveyor by profession; perhaps he found that a little tame.

This thread has brought back some good as well as sad memories and I'm glad I found it.

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The 1969 Championship winning car had an outing yesterday at Wakefield Park (Goulburn NSW)

ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fX2CZcMS8A

https://www.nma.gov.au/whats-on/chequered-past
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