Gallery: The 2019 Supercars retro round liveries

Supercars rolls back the clock this weekend with its retro-themed Sandown 500. From NASCAR to the Nineties, there are some brilliant throwback liveries.

Gallery: The 2019 Supercars retro round liveries

Tickford Racing

Tickford Racing
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Photo by: Tickford

Chaz Mostert and James Moffat will pay tribute to the great Allan Moffat and his all-conquering 1969 Trans-Am Mustang.

Tickford Racing

Tickford Racing
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Photo by: Milwaukee Racing

Will and Alex Davison will run a sharp old school look on their Milwaukee Tools-backed Mustang.

Matt Stone Racing

Matt Stone Racing
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Photo by: Matt Stone Racing

Sherrin Rentals comes on board for the Todd Hazelwood/Jack Smith entry.

Brad Jones Racing

Brad Jones Racing
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Photo by: Brad Jones Racing

Macauley Jones and Dean Canto will sport BJR's most famous look, the Ozemail livery from the early 2000s.

Brad Jones Racing

Brad Jones Racing
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Photo by: Brad Jones Racing

Tim Slade and Ash Walsh, meanwhile, will run the black version of the Ozemail livery, used by John Bowe between 2002-2004.

Brad Jones Racing

Brad Jones Racing
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Photo by: Brad Jones Racing

Once a prominent Supercars backer, Fujitsu returns to the series as a round sponsor for Nick Percat and Tim Blanchard.

Team 18

Team 18
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Photo by: Team 18

For Mark Winterbottom/Steve Richards it's a nod to Kurt Busch's 2004 NASCAR title-winning season, through backer IRWIN Tools.

Tekno Autosports

Tekno Autosports
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Photo by: Tekno Autosports

The single-car Holden squad channels the late 1970s with a tribute to Bob Morris and his 1979 Aussie Touring Car Championship-winning Torana.

Erebus Motorsport

Erebus Motorsport
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Photo by: Erebus Motorsport

The two Erebus Holdens throw back to the golden era of the JPS-backed BMWs.

Walkinshaw Andretti United

Walkinshaw Andretti United
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Photo by: Walkinshaw Andretti United

Back in 1999 Holden Racing Team drivers Mark Skaife and Craig Lowndes finished first and second at Sandown. Twenty years later, the famous livery is back.
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