I am sure the guys will all have a chance to see the Discovery Centre on the October trip, including bits you missed out on. By then our cars displays will have been refreshed also, but don't dispair, the EA GT will remain.
The Discovery Centre is the place with its finger right on the pulse of the buying public. We hear the lot, good, bad, heaps about cars our visitors have owned in the past, but as they leave 90% of our visitors comment on how good the Centre is. These comments don't only come from die hard supporters, they also come from small children, elderly visitors on bus trips and people who are loyal supporters of rival car companies. I couldn't count the number of times I have heard one of our visitors comment that they wish Holden had a place like this.
We make it our business to go out of our way to help these people in any way we can, from offering advice, finding the best place to get help for any problems they might have, answering their historical questions, or whatever the need may be.
Glad to hear the marks came out (not that I could see them anyway) Did you end up heading in the direction of the Twelve Apostles?
FYI the Mustang fastback is a '67.