1969 ID 20 Sedan recently re-commissioned after being put in storage 25 years ago. Clean rust free car. Rebuilt starter, new water pump, new exhaust, new radiator and suspension boots. Interior trim is shabby but can be easily replaced with a kit from Europe. You would then have an exceptional vehicle. Left hand drive. Genuine enquiries only.
Fully rebuilt vehicle. Galvanised chassis, new wheels , tyres and trim. No rust and new paint in "Blue Tropique" (factory colour) Rebuilt engine. Complianced to meet Australian design Rules and comes with an engineer's report. First to see will buy. Genuine inquiries only please.
Painted in period colours of deep red over cream, this FC has good chrome, new upholstery, bucket seats, 13"period mags and near new tyres. With a 202 Red motor, electronic ignition, extractors, 350 holly, electric cooling fan, disc brakes, TACO Oil, Temp and AMP gauges in polished wood surround, Hard to get NASCO accessories and all compliance, plate included. There is also a large number of parts available, chrome strips, bumper ends, cables, steering, windscreen, door locks and much more fr both the car and the trailer. The trailer features a fully lined interior with side windows, special chrome strips down the side, carpeted with ample storage under floor, front mounted spare tyre and tool box, no rust. This is a rare opportunity to own a true Holden icon. There are not many of this model and in this condition around today. A strong investment for the discerning buyer.
1950 Ford Custom Tudor. A classic cruiser. Outstanding exterior interior and chrome, strong 8BA 3 speed overdrive, good brakes and tyres, headers and twin pipes,white walls, spats, many new parts. Club rego. Very few examples like this.
The Original Giant Killer: 1966 Mk1 Cooper S. Full receipt and photo file of restoration. Approx. 8000miles since restoration. Original colour Shadow Blue now BRG. Engine 9Fsay 49547, Chassis YKG2521548, Transmission 12FA19542. Comes with original steering wheel, wheels, hubcaps and many more items including fully restored Italian Made Webber carb. A collectible that will put a smile on your dial every time your drive it.
June 1973, Queensland build Holden HQ Kingswood sedan. High compression 202 6 cylinder 3 speed column shift manual. 149 000 miles. Glacier white roof over Juniper Green Metallic. Juniper interior. Rare optional gauge cluster (Oil, fuel, temperature –operational) non radio equipped car (radio blanking plate). Original and honest vehicle with floorplan and underside in very good condition. Mechanically strong, reliable with outstanding fuel economy. Suspension work in the past provides a very smooth running and driving car. Clutch shudder is only evident when temperature is high, and is reflection of aged plate spring tension, not plate expiry. Vehicle has experienced in the past a Gem reconditioned engine that can be assumed is not original to the car. Uses and leaks NO oil, but has the tappet tick common to these things. Starts every time and is a pleasure to drive. Transmission appears to have been reconditioned in the past as well. New alternator, battery and high tension leads. New water pump and five new sumitomo 205/70/14 white wall tyres and wheel alignment – vehicle drives straight and true with NO tyre wear. Recent full dive line service with hardware buttoned up with NO leaks. New air filter. Ignition kill switch. Interior of the vehicle is original and colour correct bar front HQ Statesman bucket seats, a valuable addition. Dash pad has the appearance of the lunar surface, but door cards, roof lining, rear parcel tray and rubber floor mats are present in worn survivor, but unmolested condition. Exterior represents a straight vehicle that has had its share of 70s / 80s collision and repairs. The (incorrect) colour treatment can only be described as very, very average. Corrosion is contained to the picture details. Kingswood strips missing drivers side. I appear to be the third owner of this car, with the second one purchasing it in the 80’s. Vehicle has recently been recommissioned after a 10 year rest. This is a very original Canberra vehicle that escaped the decimation of HQ racing and crushing fanaticism of over a decade ago. It is honest, mechanically sound and can be used as is. As a result, this is now a rare car and on full registration. .
2002 WRX STI with custom licence plate 'STIWPN'. It also has custom red leather interior, pioneer DVD/CD player, custom speakers and molded sub woofer in boot. Rotor mags wrapped in federal tires. Upgraded inter-cooler and turbo. Full stainless steal exhaust. 3 stage boost controller. Upgraded drive shafts. Heavy duty clutch. It has 18" alloys fitted, but I have the original 17" alloys. Was my weekend car, so driven lightly, and only being sold as my job commitments now have me working weekends and its a shame it's not getting used. It's been regularly serviced and cleaned. Currently registered.
1981 VC Commodore SL/E - 253 V8 Auto. Fully drivable with rego til end of May. Replacement ULP Motor. Grey over silver shadow tone (some surface rust where paint is worn on roof and bonnet). Also right rear pillar and left rear door. New copper radiator, tail shaft centre bearing and regularly services. Car has been extremely reliable and will be sad to see it go. Collector's item and perfect vehicle for an enthusiast/ restoration project car. Some spares included. Unable to store vehicle so must sell. Not for wrecking.
This is a very original Series 2 Jaguar XJ12L. (The L denotes long wheelbase, and the amount of legroom in the rear of this car is huge!) This Australian delivered car was originally delivered in Victoria in April 1976, and comes with its original books and Jaguar passport in the original folder! The car has only covered 96,000km since new This particular car benefitted from a repaint at some stage of its life, in its original colour. The paintwork could do with a cut and polish as it has aged a little, and there are the odd scratches and chips here and there, but nothing major and absolutely not a spot of rust. The left side lower sill has a dent in it, but its not too serious. The brightwork is in exceptional condition. All of the chrome looks as new, the only fault being with a spot on the rear bumper. Other than that you can't fault the chrome. The original chrome wheels and hubcaps are in superb condition. Mechanically the car is very sound with $6,000 recently spent on reconditioning one of the dual cylinder heads, and both sets of SU carbs being completely rebuilt. The motor is smooth, quiet and powerful. The original Automatic drivetrain is still intact and in good condition. The interior is 100% original and untouched. The dashboard has two cracks, and the wood veneer looks pretty good, although the varnish has dried out a bit. All the gauges and switches are original and work. The original radio/cassette player is still fitted, with its corresponding manual in the pouch with all of the other delivery books! The leather on the seats could do with a good scrub and leather treat, but the patina is great. There is a small tear on the rear seat and the headrests have lost a bit of their shape. The rear parcel tray is immaculate with the original speakers in place. The carpets are still original and only show signs of wear on the drivers side. The door panels are all good and in fairly good shape. The headlining is original and in good shape. This is a very original and sound survivor car. Everything is as it was the day it left the factory. There is NO RUST, and the minor faults with the car are all part of its originality and patina. The early V12 Jags are fast becoming collectable, especially the carburettor versions. The Series 2 are also much better looking and sorted than the early Series 1 cars. LOTS MORE DETAILED PHOTOS AVAILABLE ON DROPBOX ON REQUEST. The car is currently on ACT Club plates.
car in good to very good condition. reconditioned engine fitted approx. 90,000 miles. colour 2 toned cream and salmon. interior 2 toned black and white vinyl. was last registered 2012. may need some work on brake hydraulics and clutch hydraulics. would pass registration. no rust. tyres in good condition. runs well. $20,000 ono.
Ford TE GL Cortina sedan, Sand white (9) with light brown trim (Z). December 1978 build date. Numbers matching 4.1 litre 6 cylinder, Borg Warner 35 floor shift automatic, bucket seat car. Factory air conditioning (non functioning) with factory anti sun window tint. Factory alloy sports wheels (full set - 5). Original factory Ford AM radio and Ford cassette stereo. Recent long term ownership (1984 – 2016), with fastidious attention to mechanicals. 388 000 klms, but with a complete engine overhaul 160 000klms and 23 years ago. Automatic transmission fully rebuilt 140 000klms and 21 years ago. This vehicle has been continuously and periodically serviced within that window of time, with any issues attended to immediately. Large collection of supporting documents, from 1984 until today. Recent mechanical work (2016) includes full driveline service – engine (air and fuel filters/plugs/points/condenser/oil and filter) - Transmission (full service - 6 litres Dex III/filter plus installation of trans cooler) – Differential (replace oil). Brake service with new rear wheel cylinders / machined drums. Cooling system overhaul - new radiator and water pump. Vehicle has two new tie rods with steering rack boots – two new tyres. Full set, new chrome wheel nuts. New wiper blades/arms. This Cortina can be described as in original survivor condition. It is virtually rust and repair free, but with scars and blemishes consistent with everyday use and indicated mileage. The car has been recently rustproofed and comprehensively detailed. It is absolutely reliable and can be driven anywhere. With 13” factory wheels producing higher engine revs at highway speed, fuel consumption is as imagined. Oil consumption is approximately 200mls per 100klms. This vehicle was sold new in the ACT by Brian Pollock, and has never left this area. It has all its factory hand books and sales documents. All fender and body tags indicating original paint, trim and driveline. As advised, a voluminous collection of invoices spanning nearly four decades supports this vehicle’s strong, virtual single ownership history. It is a rare and original car, on full ACT registration.
This is a beautiful Cadillac ready to be driven and enjoyed. Originally from California (no rust). Rebuilt 365ci, Hydromatic transmission, new dual exhaust, brakes (cylinders, shoes and lines), radiator core, repainted (original colours), re-upholstered and carpeted, new rubber and weather-stripping. Chrome and stainless trim in excellent condition, overhauled carburettor, steering box, suspension (including heavy duty lowered springs and shocks) and Classic White Wall Tyres. Improvements undertaken such as rear load adjusting shock absorbers, battery relocated to trunk with a safety cut-off switch, electric wiper motor, transmission oil cooler, electric fan. Additional features: working hand spot-light, ‘Autronic Eye’ Headlight Dimmer. Full ACT registration. Always garaged. Car has plenty of power and sounds really good. No slamming doors as you just have to let your finger off the handle and it closes beautifully with gravity. If you're looking for a beautiful time piece to drive, this is the car. The clean lines of the Deville (with no centre pillar) is the choice of models as shows the clean roof-line to its best. Ph: 0409301449
This car has never been pranged, or mistreated. The car was purchased new in Goulburn and now lives in Canberra. It has no mods except for a slight note, new rear muffler from the cat back. I am the third owner, all owners were (and are) mature age. This is the car you buy if you want a keeper, ready to show and go. Will pass any test.