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Queenslander Steve McClean admits there was no way on earth he ever expected to own the proverbial golden fleece of Australian muscle cars – a Ford XY GT-HO Phase III. Which is why, like a few people before him, he decided the only solution was to build his own tribute.

For him the story goes back to high school, nearly three decades ago. He recalls a relative of a good mate owned the real thing. He was a mechanic and this was his daily driver, so it was a little ratty, but still very much alive. “He offered it to me for 10 grand,” explains Steve. “This was a long time ago and to me 10

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