Reigning Bathurst 1000 winner Jonathon Webb plans to race an ex-Colin Bond Caltex Ford Sierra later this year.
The Tekno Autosports team owner has recently acquired the Group A Ford which was driven by the 1975 Australian Touring Car champion during the 1992 season.
Bond, who piloted Caltex liveried Sierras from 1988-1992, also shared the car with John Smith at the Bathurst 1000.
Purchased from luxury car wholesaler Duttons Garage, the car has been dormant for two years.
However, Webb plans to prepare the chassis for action in the Heritage Touring Cars series at the Muscle Car Masters event at Sydney Motorsport Park from October 28-29.
The former Supercars full-timer is eager to experience the iconic Group A monster.
The Caltex Sierra was on display at Tekno Autosports' grand opening of its new Yatala workshop on Sunday.
“That era of cars have their own racing category, so as a family we thought it would be cool to have something to play with,” Webb told Speedcafe.com.
“The Sierra came up for sale and those things are pretty hard to come by, so the plan is to do bit of testing with the car as it hasn't run for a year or two and has been sitting around for a while.
“We will tune it up and get it ready for Sydney Motorsport Park (later in the year).
“I'm looking forward to having a run in it. There are a lot of stories around about that era and what a lethal weapon they were.
“If they were bad then they will be a handful now. It should be a whole heap of fun.”
Switching his focus back to this year's Supercars Championship, Webb is yet to commit to a co-driving return alongside Will Davison in the #19 Tekno Commodore for the Pirtek Enduro Cup.
While keen to defend his Bathurst crown, he says the team has options should he decide to sit out this year's enduros.
“I have been pretty busy with the business and that is why I haven't said too much about my plans in general,” he added.
“I would like to do it but I would like to make sure I am in the right position and the right mindset to do a good job.
“I still love driving the car and I enjoy doing it but we have a bit of a business (Tekno's automotive arm) to look after now.
“There are a couple of people (co-drivers) around but we are not going too far down that track just yet.
“As a group we (Tekno) have always been pretty cruisy as far as picking enduro drivers and thankfully we have always come across good people and we will stick by that philosophy and hopefully it works for us.”
The team heads to Sydney Motorsport Park for this weekend's Red Rooster Sydney Super Sprint with a fresh look for Davison's Commodore, courtesy of a striking Lightning McQueen livery to promote Disney's Cars Movie franchise.