This car is mechanically excellent with brand new 1500 spec engine, including balanced and lightened Crank, new clutch,Electronic Ignition, power brakes plus new wire wheels. Paintwork and chrome work need tidying but bodywork in good order. Selling due to space concerns and too many toys !!!! very few available in Australia especially to this spec.
1928 model 78A for roadster. 302 cu Cleveland V8 engine; three speed auto gear box; Salisbury 10 inch differential; Red leather interior: Bucket seats and leather trim in boot: Great everyday driver and a real head turner. Fiberglas OZBod body, automatic opening rear boot, 16inch Crocker tyres.
Matching No’s 350/300hp turbo 400 automatic. Optioned with factory air/con, power steering, power brakes and windows, AM/FM radio. Cam Am White exterior with Black interior and White soft top. Factory rally wheels, trims and centre caps with Firestone White Letter radial tyres. COMING SOON.
Period correct 283/230hp 4 speed manual. Emine White with Silver coves and Red interior. Nice body with bonding strips intact. Factory gauges, Hurst shifter and Wonderbar radio, White soft Top. Correct wheels and hubs with new radial tyres. COMING SOON.
Rebuilt engine and turbo 350 automatic transmission and only has done 300 miles since installed. Front disc brakes, Black exterior with Silver coves, matching Black interior and soft top. All in good condition. Interested, please phone for full details. COMING SOON.
My beautiful and much loved Tr6 is regretfully for sale, as I need to reduce my collection through lack of space. Original UK car in triumph white with shadow blue leather seats and complementing trim, the bodywork is in superb condition. Polybushes have been fitted all round, Stainless steel "Phoenix" extractor manifold and complete sports exhaust system, refurb throttle bodies and injection system fitted by Prestige Developments UK, overdrive in 3rd and 4th, motolita steering wheel, this car runs, drives and handles fantastically, comes with complete history file including the names of previous owners back to 1975. First registered June 1974. 2.5 Fuel injected, straight six. Since being imported in 2011 has been driven less than 5.000 miles (8,000 klm). Has a dual speedo, miles and klm. New clutch has less than 2700 miles (4345 klm), engine bay and boot cleaned and resprayed, and injector pipes all renewed Wheels sandblasted and powder coated, 5 New tyres, less than 800 klm, battery less than 18mths old. New seatbelts. Is registered until July 2018 as normal not special interest and could if need be used as a daily driver, however it was just for weekends and fine weather for me. It doesn’t get driven enough. $35,000 O.n.o.
1987 Chevrolet Corvette Collectors Edition in Triple black - 350 V8 TPI - 4 speed auto - Low mileage - in very good condition inside and out. Fully optioned with - air conditioning - power steering - cruise control - 4 wheel disc brakes - electric windows & electric leather seats. Full electronic dash - displays in miles per hour and kilometres per hour and displays - speedo - tachometer - oil pressure - coolant temp - volts and the list goes on. Black exterior paint in good condition - Black top & Black leather interior - all in very good condition with no rips or cracks - seats also have full electronics with lumbar adjustments. Fully serviced - all 4 tyres are like new & wheels are in great condition. Has been blue plate complied for Queensland and is ready for rego. This is an amazing looking Corvette and is in amazing condition. No swaps please all sensible offers will be considered Chevelle,Camaro,Impala,Pontiac,Buick,Oldsmobile,Transam,GTO,Cutlass
Following the Second World War much of the Messerschmitt factory had been destroyed and the company was no longer allowed to manufacture aircraft. In order to survive, they turned their hand to manufacturing other commodities including scooters. Fritz Fend, the designer and manufacturer of the Fend Flizer three wheel invalid carriage, approached Messerschmitt with the ideas of building a kabinroller or “scooter” with a cabin. This idea soon became reality and the Messerschmitt KR175 was born. Around, 15,000 cars were built before the KR175 evolved into the KR200 in 1955. Whilst a very similar car in many ways the KR200 had many improvements over its predecessor and it was a great success. The KR200 was powered by a 191cc Fichtel & Sachs air cooled, single cylinder, two-stroke engine positioned in front of the rear wheel, immediately behind the passenger’s seat. This provided a marginal increase in power from the KR175’s 174cc engine. The aircraft-inspired design is both very unique and very clever and the side opening canopy to allow access to and from the cabin is just brilliant! Another unique feature of these little cars was that they had no reverse gear as such. By pushing and turning the ignition key (rather than just turning to start) in fact started the car with the engine running backwards. This meant the car could in theory travel as fast backwards as it could forwards! In 1956 Messerschmitt was allowed to manufacture aircraft again and they lost interest in the microcars. Fend subsequently purchased Messerschmitt’s Regensburg works and the rights to continue to build the little cars. The cars were subsequently known as FMR Messerschmitts. Subsequently, a KR200 convertible model and later a KR201 Roadster were also built, however, it was the four-wheel FMR TG500 (or Tiger) that was the ultimate version. Some 40,000 of these cars were built in ten years of production through until 1964. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer a 1960 Messerschmitt KR200 Cabriolet. This car is well known to Oldtimer Australia having been previously sold by us to its current owner some twelve months ago. The car is reluctantly offered for sale due to a change in his circumstances. Prior to this, the car came from a long-term owner who acquired it as a project some twenty years ago. He restored the car and has used it sparingly since, attending the occasional micro car club event and classic car show in and around Sydney. The car’s prior history is not known though it is understood to have been a long-term Sydney car. Today this car presents and drives fabulously. Whilst it is an older restoration the paintwork is bright and in excellent condition with only the odd minor blemish noticeable on closer inspection. All of the exterior trim, badges, lenses etc look to be correct and also in excellent condition, consistent with the rest of the car. The interior is ‘just lovely’ and all of the switches and gauges are in working order. The steering wheel, which often develops hairline cracks in the ceramic coating on Messerschmitts, is also in good condition. Mechanically the car is ‘on the button’. It starts easily, the engine pulls strongly and it changes up and down the cars quite smoothly. Out on the open road, the little beast keeps up with modern traffic, handles well and stops as one would expect. In summary, the car runs and drives as it should. The red exterior with the contrasting white interior (with red piping) is a fabulous colour combination for a Messerschmitt. And whilst all Messerschmitts are ‘very cool’ and highly desirable, there’s no doubt the cabriolet is the most desirable model. There is a copy of the original owner’s manual that will accompany the car. You get great value ‘smile per mile’ in a Messerschmitt . . . a unique opportunity!
An almost complete clubman loads of great extras like Willwood pedal box quick rack, new brakes and discs, 20v blacktop. Subaru LSD sprinter g/box four 7" UK mags, brand new Kumoto tyres, new gaz shocks n springs, all fibreglass + seat mould, brand new alum. Radiator, ally windscreen side arms, brand new mirrors, all aluminium panels (floor panels fitted and coated with protectant most parts supplied are new this is just a quick info about the main things included much more. The main things needed to finish are seats, rear lights, head light sealed beams, interior mirror, exhaust system--gear change extension, tail shaft, spare wheel and tyre, paint body, front guard mounting brackets. Very little expense needed to finish genuine reason for sale grab a bargain will be a beautiful thing when finished great to drive very competitive if you want to race it or easily registered as all engineering complete.
1953 MG TD. Has reco front susp New rear shackles etc. New grill & radiator. New dash fachier. Needs eng rebuild but comes with a short eng. also has a cover for when the top comes down. Australian delivery. NO RWC NO REG. NOT DRIVEABLE. Will deal for a Chev or what do you have. #7673
(Bicentennial Edition) one of the last 200 off the assembly line, No. 179, Bicentennial Red piping on the seats, gold Dash Plaque, red carpeting, red dash, unmarked original factory red steering wheel, cruise, electric convertible top, electric boot, auto dimming, illuminated entry, CD, air, power seats, thermometer, out sire mirror etc, factory fibreglass tonneau covers, correct original Bicentennial hubcaps, all Bicentennial features, LHD, bargain, priced to sell.