1989 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 2018 50c Cu-Ni Uncirculated Coin

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1989 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 2018 50c Cu-Ni Uncirculated Coin

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  • Honours the small but mighty 1989 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500
  • Australian legal tender, struck to the RAM's rigorous Uncirculated standard
  • Features excellent, full-colour design!
  • Just 30,000 struck - exclusive!
  • Housed in a fold-out card
  • Tremendously affordable - click 'add to cart' now!


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Ford has been a part of Australia since the 1920s. While its first vehicles - Model Ts - were assembled from imported kits, Ford Australia would soon take on an identity all of its own. It would prove competitive in both everyday life, and on the track. Australia - as history tells us - would be smitten.

Now here's your chance to pay tribute to a darling of the race track in Australian legal tender! Thanks to the Royal Australian Mint, the much-loved 1989 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth has received a stunning, full-colour tribute.

This pocket rocket was created in direct response to the four-cylinder turbocharged Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500s that European teams had brought to Bathurst in 1987. Dick Johnson fought fire with fire two years later, taking home a win at Bathurst in his own - distinctly Australian - 1989 Sierra.

Your new treasure arrives housed in an informative, illustrated card - the perfect way to view and store it with ease! With just 30,000 of this coin struck - and such an affordable price - it's crucial that you get in early and avoid disappointment. Click 'add to cart' now!

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Country of IssueAustralia
Year of Issue2018
Weight (g)15.5500
MetalCupro Nickel
Issued ByRoyal Australian Mint
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