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Please note, this is just a sample and Clothing items will come in different sizes and colours. It will become very obvious once it goes live.

A few weeks ago, we mentioned that we were going to be producing our own T-shirts and merchandise, etc. This has turned into a much larger job than we anticipated, as the current website could not support this. Team member Mark Read and sponsor Rob Barion of Element Digital are currently building a new website. Then we will need to integrate the new online shop software. This is a big task, but should hopefully be completed in about 4 to 6 weeks. Then you should be able to purchase branded merchandise online, as in the examples below. ... See MoreSee Less

A few weeks ago, we mentioned that we were going to be producing our own T-shirts and merchandise, etc. This has turned into a much larger job than we anticipated, as the current website could not support this. Team member Mark Read and sponsor Rob Barion of Element Digital are currently building a new website. Then we will need to integrate the new online shop software. This is a big task, but should hopefully be completed in about 4 to 6 weeks. Then you should be able to purchase branded merchandise online, as in the examples below.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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We have had a few comments on here about sizes, styles and specifics. Thanks for your interest. As I said in the original post these are mockups of products we could produce. These will be rolled out over a period of time. First priority will be to get clothing like T-shirts and caps in place. This is print on demand so it means that when people order something it goes to the manufacturer and they send it to you. So we don’t actually hold stock which is a massive advantage. Once everything is in place we will let you know more.

Need to do a sticker range please.

Definitely grabbing a singlet, are they just grey or are other colours available?

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We were privileged to gain some outstanding sponsorship support from the leading experts in poly floor coatings Epoxytek. Having operated out of the same home workshop in suburban Perth for over 30 years our concrete floor was looking really sad. We were fortunate to have met Steve with his ripper son Kayden and assistant Gerry who visited our shop and mentioned how sad our floor was looking and would like to have it revitalized in epoxy with a blue fleck the same colour as our Aussie Invader 5R. Obviously yes please was the response. These guys spent the past week griding, prepping and coating our tired floor which now looks outstanding. Sadly now we will have to paint and tidy the rest of our shop as the new floor is so pretty we need to tune up its. Thanks Steve, Kayden, Gerry and of course Epoxytek. ... See MoreSee Less

We were privileged to gain some outstanding sponsorship support from the leading experts in poly floor coatings Epoxytek. Having operated out of the same home workshop in suburban Perth for over 30 years our concrete floor was looking really sad. We were fortunate to have met Steve with his ripper son Kayden and assistant Gerry who visited our shop and mentioned how sad our floor was looking and would like to have it revitalized in epoxy with a blue fleck the same colour as our Aussie Invader 5R. Obviously yes please was the response. These guys spent the past week griding, prepping and coating our tired floor which now looks outstanding. Sadly now we will have to paint and tidy the rest of our shop as the new floor is so pretty we need to tune up its. Thanks Steve, Kayden, Gerry and of course Epoxytek.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Awesome looks great Roscoe

Well done Roscoe, looks great.

Looks amazing 👏

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Do any of our followers own or work in a bookshop that buys books from IngramSpark? If so, can you message us please. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less

Do any of our followers own or work in a bookshop that buys books from IngramSpark? If so, can you message us please. Thanks.

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I know it’s off topic, but that design would look great as a TShirt, praying it’s in the works haha

It seams like Craig Breedlove couldent get the USA to back him in his effort. I see the same with Rosco and the Aussie nation. Noble was lucky to get backing from the UK and Royal Air Force

Thank you Caitlin. It was a pleasure to meet you and show you the car. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you Caitlin. It was a pleasure to meet you and show you the car.Image attachment

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A very good read.

Amazing book about an amazing human being. Buy it!

The book is a fantastic read!

It was fantastic to show our car to local MP Caitlin Collins MLA. We also presented Caitlin with a signed copy of our book as a thank you for her help and support. ... See MoreSee Less

It was fantastic to show our car to local MP Caitlin Collins. We also presented Caitlin with a signed copy of our book as a thank you for her help and support.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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When do you plan to make a run with the machine and where? Thank you and good luck.

I still remember meeting Rosco when I used to run the security at Avalon Speedway he done improvements to a HQ Wagon with the old Aussie Invader, and out of coincidence I happened to have a Draster Australia magazine talking about Rosco and all his project (Bike, Go-kart, Jet cars and Land speed project) which he kindly signed for me.... was a Gentleman and made time for everyone who approached him

The car looks wonderful, my late husband John McCormack from Wattyl Paints was a sponsor for many years xxx Good luck and Best Wishes xxx

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A massive thank you to all who supported us whilst Amazon wrongly said we had used images we didn’t own or have rights to use on our book’s cover. Amazon have now confirmed they were wrong, although no apology or explanation. So the hardback and paperback books with black and white pictures are now for sale again. These are priced a lot less than the full colour anniversary editions. It will take months for their rankings in Amazon to recover, so you will need to search on “Rosco The Fastest Aussie on Earth” to find them. Both versions of the Kindle e-books are in full colour, instantly available and just a few dollars to download. Thanks again. ... See MoreSee Less

A massive thank you to all who supported us whilst Amazon wrongly said we had used images we didn’t own or have rights to use on our book’s cover. Amazon have now confirmed they were wrong, although no apology or explanation. So the hardback and paperback books with black and white pictures are now for sale again. These are priced a lot less than the full colour anniversary editions. It will take months for their rankings in Amazon to recover, so you will need to search on “Rosco The Fastest Aussie on Earth” to find them. Both versions of the Kindle e-books are in full colour, instantly available  and just a few dollars to download. Thanks again.Image attachment

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So glad I got my copy directly from you guys & did not have to use amazon. Bozo that runs amazon is just another crook.

Great news Rosco. Onward and forward now mate

Easter special. Free Amazon Kindle e-book download for 12 hours only. All we ask is you leave a positive review, please. ... See MoreSee Less

Easter special. Free Amazon Kindle e-book download for 12 hours only. All we ask is you leave a positive review, please.

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This free promotion has finished now. Thank you.

Taken while shooting the Impossible Engineering documentary. ... See MoreSee Less

Taken while shooting the Impossible Engineering documentary.

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Good luck Roscoe, it's a beautiful piece of art.

Great minds addressing the problems included in any speed run. I didn’t get a car to over 100 mph, AKA 160kph, while at the wheel mind you, until I had reached 70! That, on a South Australian country road, while on the lookout for wandering wildlife. On a strip around the bottom of Western Australia, just on dusk (I know, we should have been good little tourists and been back at the pub having Dinner at that hour), and it was only my good peripheral vision which spotted the two ‘roos coming out of the scrub. That only cost a slight bump in the right front mudguard, and that at 100 Kph. My wife had a bruise on her shoulder where the seatbelt (yes, we were good little Vegemites)had dug in when I almost stood the hire car on its nose. The Corolla was very good around town, but seriously lacked grunt out on the open road. We weren’t prepared to either drive or train our turbo Golf over there, and the hire price was an indication of the strength of the mining dollar. So, go for broke fellas, you have my absolute congratulations for whatever you manage.

That was a great episode. Did you send it to the ATO for substantiation of R&D? 😆 🤣 😂 . Anyone who doesn't know what I'm talking about needs to buy Roscoe's book

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