Keith Hammond's delightful privately-constructed Debron. A clever combination of Tauranac (Brabham)-geometry on the front suspension copied from my Mawer and Elfin Formula Fords with precise location of the solid rear axle, Farrell rear bodywork and the nose piece from a Bowin P4 FF. The Mikuni carburettors on the Ford Kent engine work very well, too. This car has the potential to win the NSW and even the National Hillclimb championships for sports cars. A "Burt" strut on the nose ensures that the leading edge of the car breaks the electronic timing gear accurately. When, oh when, will the Hillclimb panel recommend that "Burt" struts are compulsory?