1967 Mustang Coupe 3 Spd Manual V8 289 (Running) Power Steering Comes with air conditioning but has been removed Light metalic blue paint (Presentable, a few touch ups required) GTA 4 Pot front brakes factory fitted option Interior presentable - Seats have been recovered - needs new carpet or center console to cover join. NEW - Shocks x4, Rear spring bushes, Rebuilt Carby, Dizzy, Leads Plugs Comes with new bushes for the rest of the car, box of spares including door handles, scuf plates, chrome trim etc Car is a project and requires a few months of work, and checking over to get it on the road Car has not been registered in Australia as of yet, Comes with import papers Low ballers, tyre kickers please don't waste my time or yours. This is a solid tidy car and with a little time and effort will be back on the road at a great price.
Dodge Custom Royal 1958 Australian delivered RHD. Strong 350 eng, 3spd Torqueflite, new wiring, big radiator, air con, alarm and radio. Body, chrome all in excellent order. Original wheels and hubcaps sold with car. Nothing to spend. Reg'd and roadworthy. Contact Doug or firstname.lastname@example.org
Daimler sovereign fitted 304 Holden v8 blue plated new turbo 700 auto reco 650 Holley double pumper square bore Gilmore drive billet timing cover new power steering rack and pump new alternator new brakes booster Simmons 16 inch wheels with new 225-50-16 tyres all round new B@M hammer shifter motor recently rebuilt twin 2.5 inch exhaust call or text preferred thanks
Whether in the US or Australia, this art-deco inspired 1949 Buick Super sedanette is the most eye-catching of its time. Those familiar with this model will know how rare and collectible they have become. Built on a 124-inch wheelbase, the Series 50 Super is powered by Buick’s smooth 248-cid straight-8, developing 115 hp matched to the optional and expensive, Dynaflow automatic transmission. The ’49 Buick sedanette is arguably the most sought after of the time, having the most eye-catching fastback lines from every angle, influencing later GM products including the early 60’s Corvettes. Among the car’s most distinctive features are the three working chrome VentiPorts on each fender, which help ventilate the engine compartment (blocked off in later models). And then there’s the bombsight mascot on the bonnet, which is reminiscent of a fighter aircraft jet engine of the period. This particular car also features optional, factory-fitted Helms chrome bumper guards, now extremely difficult to source. Slightly more whacky are the protruding stainless steel kerb-crawlers – a bit like antennae -on each corner of the car, which I believe were factory fitted. Many features of this car show it to be a time capsule, having been left unmolested but well maintained through its 68 year life. After trying unsuccessfully for some years to locate a ’49 Buick sedanette in Australia, I sourced this car was from its elderly long-time (over 30y) owner in Reno, Nevada. The gent ran a motor repair shop, so he knew how to look after classic cars. On taking delivery of this car, I had it inspected and put on full WA registration. It passed inspection first time. This car arrived in Australia as a dead straight, rust free original, running well, but with old paint and a faded cloth interior. The interior was removed and the body was stripped to its shell. It then received a high quality two-pack paint job in an eye-catching metallic burgundy (close to an original Buick colour). The paint shop owner (who is older than the Buick) commented on the quality of the bodywork, noting that the bolts that held the guards and fenders on had all been kept greased, so pulling it apart was simple. The tired cloth seats were reupholstered in Caledonian biscuit leather, complementing the burgundy paintwork. New door cards were also produced to match. Moulded maroon carpet was fitted to the cabin and black carpet to the trunk. New door handle fittings were fitted (old ones kept). The chrome is original and presents very well. Other than the change from cloth to leather, the Buick is factory original. The Buick required minimal mechanical work as it arrived in such good running order. It starts, idles, runs and brakes as it should. I’ve driven it in heavy traffic and it runs cool. It does have a thermo fan fitted, which I’ve never needed to use. It also has an electric fuel pump. The large drum brakes work beautifully. The electrics remain 6V. I don’t see any reason to change them as it starts and runs so well. Even the headlights are remarkably bright. The Super runs its factory original 248ci straight-8 engine with Dynaflow automatic transmission, which is very simple and easy to maintain, much like an oversized Holden red motor. The car starts as per factory with the key turned to ON and a press of the accelerator to turn the starter motor. And with the aid of an automatic choke, it’s an easy affair. It’s a quiet runner and floats down the road on its four coil suspension, more sophisticated than Australian cars 30y younger. I’ve driven it 80km down the coast with no fuss. It’s smooth and quiet at speed, but yes, you do have to take corners slower than your newer GM product. A ’49 Buick sedanette sold for $89k last year at auction in Sydney, That vehicle was nicely presented, having received a “mild customisation”. Inspections are welcomed and encouraged. Check out the video: https://youtu.be/tBllNPK5jOY
XA GS Falcon 500 utility genuine matching numbers 2V 351 Cleveland 4 spd top loader 9 in limited slip diff low kms factory s code yellow glow saddle trim currently reg in Victoria and will be sold with vic RWC ,please don,t send texts I may answer emails but phone calls to arrange inspection please after 3pm weekdays, reasonable times on weekends
Lovingly restored EH Holden Special Station wagon. 6 cylinder 179 cc Red block motor. Recent Eden Blue (factory colour) paintwork with white roof. The motor is in great condition and comes with receipts from mechanic – any major work being done within the last 10,000 Km. The automatic transmission has been overhauled, as was all the auto-electrics – simple as they are. Brakes are in great condition, the Firestone TZ700 tyres are close to new, as is the muffler system which was manufactured bespoke. New rubbers all round. New interior roof lining and blue carpets installed, just a few tears on the front seat. Included in the sale is a matching blue auto-technica car cover. Car is on the historic club register. Reluctant sale, as I have a new project in the wings. A clean sale is a must, no interest in swaps etc.,
40 year vehicle, in ok condition for its age. What you see is what u get in the pictures. Suits restorer, still has the piston engine (needs attention) Ideal for someone wanting to throw a 10a, 12a or 13b and built it how you like. Located in Brisbane. Some rust appearing in the common areas. Ok interior & exterior and still drives. Ideal for buyers for rx2, rx3, rx7, r100 or other old school Mazda. Will require Blue Lo1 mod plate (in your relevant state) prior to registration. Cost $250 in Queensland. Note: Price is FIRM, no offers please. Not after a trade, please pm me if you have any questions. No tyre kickers please. Not negotiable. Located in Brisbane :) Thanks
I have owned this Jeep since I imported it. Excellent body and great mechanically. Is currently on non transferrable Vic Club Plates. Has full soft top and doors in need of some repair. All original except for wheels. Very rare in this condition. A great fun vehicle both on and off road and a real eye catcher. Will be sold to the highest offer.
253 V8, 5 speed Celica box, near new, excellent paint job, electric Calais bucket seats, custom twin exhausts, front disc brakes, 14 x 8 mags, as new tyres, drives great, 12 months historic rego, all rust cut out, new steel rewelded, not bogged, all original pieces included, please ring if more info required.