As communicated internally on Tuesday, the move has been made to mark 30 years since Dick Johnson's famous accident in the Greens'-Tuf backed Ford Falcon during the 1983 Hardies Heroes Top 10 run-off.
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The second car will, however, also be sporting a new look, with card services company ADVAM returning to the role of primary sponsor for the first time since the Clipsal 500.
ADVAM is a sister company to DJR's naming rights backer Wilson Security.
While the original Greens'-Tuf Falcon was destroyed in the Forrest's Elbow crash, its eventual replacement, which went on to win the 1984 Australian Touring Car Championship, will travel to Bathurst for Johnson to complete demonstration laps.
That car is currently owned by the Bowden family, which bought a collection of famous DJR cars from Johnson when the five-time ATCC winner was plunged into debut during the 2006 season.