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With the owner’s permission, Luke kept a few discarded items while restoring T62 VIN # FL-17-62. After Bruce McLaren, this car was driven by Lex Davison and Rocky Tresise, and in the first lap of the March 1st, 1965 Australian Grand Prix, it lost control while passing and went off the track, killing driver Tresise and photographer Robin D’Abrera. These are all genuine items from that historic car, some still showing the actual crash damage from that tragic day. Luke personally removed and replaced these during restoration, so their authenticity is unquestionable. These extremely rare artifacts physically document the tragic end to this car’s last professional race.
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T62 Lower Left A-armOriginal lower left A-arm from VIN # FL-17-62, still showing very light crash damage from its March 1st, 1965 Australian Grand Prix 1st lap accident, which tragically took the life of its driver Rocky Tresise when the car lost control trying to pass, and slid through a wire fence. Unlike many crashed items, this A-arm […]
T62 Right Control ArmOriginal right Control Arm from VIN # FL-17-62, with considerable crash damage from its March 1st, 1965 Australian Grand Prix 1st lap accident, which tragically took the life of its driver Rocky Tresise. The car reportedly lurched to the right, and went off the track. This right control arm shows that its mounts were snapped off […]
T62 Fuel Cell FillerLuke opened the fuel cells and properly outfitted them. The original slosh-protection was thin, perforated aluminum corrugation, layered in. This is that filler “baffling” from T62 VIN # FL-17-62. Each piece is about 5″ x 10″, but they’re not exactly the same. Now you can own a genuine piece of Bruce McLaren’s historic car at […]