POLL: Your favourite Touring Car Masters vehicle

John Bowe's Torana and Steven Johnson's Falcon lead the TCM pack

John Bowe’s Torana and Steven Johnson’s Falcon lead the TCM pack

The Touring Car Masters will be back in action at Queensland Raceway this weekend, continuing to bring a slice of nostalgia to the Supercars Championship calendar.

Voted by Speedcafe.com readers as Australia’s most popular national category last year, the TCM features a selection of legendary drivers including John Bowe, Jim Richards and Glenn Seton.

The cars are, however, the true stars as a diverse mix of mainly Australian and American muscle machines do battle.

American metal dominated the class’ early years, with Camaros, Mustangs and Richards’ Falcon Sprint sharing the title from its inception in 2007 to 2014.

The evolution of the category’s rules and entry criteria have now seen Holden Toranas, of both SLR/5000 and A9X specification, emerge as the pace-setters, led by that of reigning winner John Bowe.

Which is your favourite Touring Car Masters machine of all? Browse through the contenders below before casting your vote.

AMC Javelin

TCM AMC Javelin

Chevrolet Camaro (1968-69)

TCM Chevrolet Camaro (1968-69)

Chevrolet Camaro (1970)

TCM Chevrolet Camaro (1970)

Chevrolet Monza

TCM Chevrolet Monza

Chrysler Valiant Charger

TCM Chrysler Valiant Charger

Chrysler Valiant Pacer

TCM Chrysler Valiant Pacer

Ford Capri

TCM Ford Capri

Ford Falcon Sprint

TCM Ford Falcon Sprint

Ford Falcon XA-XB Hardtop

TCM Ford Falcon XA:XB Hardtop

Ford Falcon XY GTHO

TCM Ford Falcon XY GTHO

Ford Mustang (1964-68)

TCM Ford Mustang (1964-68)

Ford Mustang (1969-70)

TCM Ford Mustang (1969-70)

Holden Monaro HT

TCM Holden Monaro HT

Holden Monaro HQ

TCM Holden Monaro HQ

Holden Torana SLR/5000

TCM Holden Torana SLR:5000

Holden Torana A9X

TCM Holden Torana A9X

Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

TCM Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Porsche 911

TCM Porsche 911

All pics courtesy Touring Car Masters/Dirk Klynsmith

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