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Repco at MotorEx

One of Australia’s largest motor shows, MotorEx was held at the Melbourne Showgrounds on May 4-5 highlighting the best modified machines from across the country.

Repco Supercars Championship driver Cam Waters may have been racing in America, but his long-time project XB hardtop was revealed for the first time in public.

The build was started in 2018 and Waters enlisted Queensland-based Rides by Kam to complete the phenomenal build of the beast. Featuring an engine based on one similar to that of his Supercar producing 745hp and a sinister amethyst metallic purple paint job.

More than 700 cars totalling more than $50 million were on display, with the Superstars Awards being presented to the best of show in a variety of areas. To qualify, entrants either have previously displayed at MotorEx or at another event throughout the year at Summernats, Rockynats and Motorvation.

The ‘Super Six winners were Bob Bull (1939 Ford Cabriolet), Joe Bauer (1968 Dodge Charger), Robert Kastoun (1949 Chevrolet 3100), Peter Lewis (1977 Ford XC Falcon), Craig Mckenzie (1967 Holden HR) and Dean Rickard (1969 Holden HT Monaro GTS).

Repco was well represented by its fleet including the crowd pleasing Chevy C10, while handing out giveaways across the weekend and its pit lane challenge.