"63" Compact Fairlane partly restored. 289 V8 in good condition, reconditioned auto trans. Good tires and original wheels and hub caps. Great vehicle for a hands on guy to restore. Needs a repaint, the interior is in reasonable condition, just needs some TLC.
This is a perfect project car. This car l have had for many years and is mechanically perfect. The motor and Automatic transmission has only done 10,000 miles since new. The windscreen rubbers front and rear have been replaced so the car has perfect floors with no water leaks. The seats front and rear are original and has all the original panels but needs refurbishing under the panels of the seats or rather re-spring with some repairs. The old Val goes like a dream especially on the open highway with plenty of power. The number plates BX000 are to be removed after the sale of the car but you are welcome to buy them. I AM ONLY SELLING THIS CAR BECAUSE I AM SUFFERING FROM CANCER AND FINDING IT TOO HARD NOW TO DRIVE THE CAR
1966 Dodge Coronet 500 V8 Convertible This beauty is the only one of its kind in Australia with the following features: 318 CID Engine 727 Torqflight auto transmission Edelbrock carburator New Weiand Aluminium intake Chrome air filter Bucket seats Factory console Power steering Custom steering wheel and simulated wood grip Pro tach tachometer Factory AM Radio Pioneer USB/AM/FM/Bluetooth Stereo (hidden in glove box) Factory electric top with new cover 14” original style magnum 500 wheels, excellent condition Immaculate interior and upholstery Matching numbers New front end suspension rebuild Zero rust Repainted in 2014 Serviced December 2016 This is a very special car, a dream to drive and stands out from the rest. More photos available on request. Serious offers only.
2.7 Mitsubishi fuel injected, halibrand diff , power steering, good club car, spare head, 2 spare wheels, 100 ltrs methanol, many other suspension parts etc. recent videos of car running at Boonah showground for interested buyer. Phone Gary.
1957 Series lll Sedan. Only 6000 miles since complete restoration. History pics and receipts. Cream with Tan interior. 998cc engine. Front discs. Telescopic shocks all round. Seat belts front and rear. Head rests and other features. Full NSW rego.
1960 AUSTIN HEALEY BT7 3000 ROADSTER SN:3440 VIN N0:HBT7L13083 ENG NO:29DRUH24277 $79,000 (To be sold UN-Registered & with Vic RWC) S-PACFIC-LY GREEN Originally delivered to New York on the 7th of November 1960 in left hand drive, wearing Colorado Red paintwork this 3000 was granted a new lease on life when in the late 90's a full chassis up restoration was undertaken, and it was painted green, specifically, Pacific Green. Maintained to a very high standard following the restoration, 18 years on the matching numbers engine and gearbox are still as responsive as the day they were overhauled. On hoist the quality of the restoration is evident, with the undercarriage matching the presentation of the rest of the car (albeit a few more stone chips). Sitting behind the wheel, in the contrasting bone interior, looking over the Pacific Green bonnet, this Healey instantly takes you back to the late 50's/early 60's, turn the key and press the starter and you're reminded of a time when driving was tactile, and enjoyable. To be admired, but most of all to be driven and enjoyed, this 3000 is a great performer, with style to boot! Take the alternate route, and explore the possibilities. Priced without Reg, Talk to us about Reg, Club or Other Plate Options. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: SIX CYLINDER OF 2912cc CAPACITY FUEL SYSTEM: TWIN SU CARBURETORS TRANSMISSION: 4 SPEED WITH OVERDRIVE SUSPENSION: INDEPENDENT FRONT, LIVE AXLE REAR BRAKES: DISCS FRONT, DRUMS REAR WHEELS: 72 SPOKE CHROME WIRE WHEELS
car has a few scratches and thin paint [original]. changed to b@m shifter with a worked motor with Gilmore race gear. interior is blue and white in excellent cond as is motor and gearbox [3speed box]. this car is in good condition for its age and is a daily cruiser. air horns. has reverse camera still in box and viper car alarm also in box [new] to go with car. heartbreaking sale due to separation
1973 ax gt lookalike 351 2v cleveland. 9 inch lsd 3.7.1 gears. 750 double pumper holley, gt dash pacemaker extractors. 2in ch dual exhaust. king spring super lower springs. electronic ign. 4 speed top loader. nolelthane bushes all around. 265/50/15 rear 185/65/15 front. needs interior. some wiring. has sa rego. hard to find please phone neville for more details. ps ONE SMALL SPOT OF RUST.
Lamborghini only built circa 205 Urraco P300’s of which only circa 32 were factory RHD. Urracos are rare and finding a fully sorted car is extremely difficult. We are therefore genuinely excited to offer this Australian delivered factory right hand drive 1977 Lamborghini Urraco P300. Chassis number 20210 is documented as being completed on the 27th August 1976 and it was part of a batch of 22 RHD cars built in sequence of which a number were sold through Australian importer Tony DeFina. The car was sold new in Sydney by Lamborghini agent Henry Nehrybecki and it had two long term owners before being acquired by the current owner back in September 2003. It has been regularly used and maintained by marque specialists in his period of ownership. The Urraco is one of Bertone’s finest designs and in fact we think one of the best looking cars ever built. And oh did we mention ‘the noise’ . . . the little V8 is in our opinion one of the best sounding engines ever . . . what a great combination! These cars are extremely rare and have been a well kept secret for many years, but no more, today they are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer a very unique and very cool AC Ace. This particular car is chassis number AEX1034, a factory LHD example that was built in 1959. According to a letter on file from AC Cars Ltd dated November 15 1991, AEX1035 was delivered new on the 15th January 1959 to Competition Motors of San Carlo California in the USA. The car was fitted with engine number CLB 9-1 2398 and its original colour scheme was vauxhaull grey with a red leather interior and a black soft top & tonneau cover. There is a copy of the AC Ace & Acecea Register on file, with a hand written date of 1991 and it notes the last known owner as B Murillo and a comment: 5/87 Action; owner/Current engine: Ford 289 Mills. There is an invoice on file dated 27th June 1992 from ‘Restoration Associates’ to Joe McLaughlin at Prestige Motor Cars from San Rafael, California in the USA for the restoration of the car. The car was sold through renowned classic car brokers Fantasy Junction in 1999 to a Mr Donald Cooke from Lyme, New Hampshire in the USA. At that time the cars mileage was noted as 72,469 miles. Cooke owned the car until 2012 and it was then acquired and imported into Australia. The car was fitted with a Ford 289 V8 engine many many years ago and more recently in 2003 a Borg Warner T5 gearbox. Aside from the running gear and Cobra style rear bumper the car presents as a standard looking AC Ace. The car was restored some twenty five years ago and it presents today with just the right amount of patina. The paint work is bright and has a high gloss. There is the odd blemish and stone chip evident as you would expect, however, its overall presentation is very very good. The exterior trim, bright work and lenses also present well. The painted wire wheels are in excellent condition and really suit the car. The cabin is clean and tidy and its overall presentation is very good. The seats, carpets and dash are all in good condition as are the instruments and gauges. The T5 gear lever is the only non-standard feature. The engine bay is also clean and tidy. The car starts easily and the Ford 289 V8 makes quite the noise! There’s no doubt the engine has been ‘worked’ as it has quite a lumpy cam. Once warm the car just begs to be driven and the Ford 289 V8 coupled with Borg Warner T5 5 speed gearbox is a combination that works really well. The more you drive this car the better it gets. The car changes gears smoothly and it handles and stops as it should. The car has a non-matching spare chromed wire wheel and a soft top with side curtains which are all in very good condition. Unfortunately the hood bows are missing. Today the odometer reads 75,039 miles confirming the car has been sparingly used in the last seventeen years travelling only 2,570 miles! Listed at $299,500 AUD.
Very original and highly sort after 150 bhp model. Very well optioned car inc overdrive , roll bar , hardtop , period mags . Contact Ben Finnis for more details - 0411 744 190 or visit our website www.collectableclassiccars.com.au Rego UFX 169 Price -$31,990 . Over 30 Classics in stock and more coming
Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer a 1969 Monteverdi 375L. This particular example is chassis number 2017 and it would be one of the first series of cars built. According to the Monteverdi Museum chassis 2017 was delivered on the 18th November 1969 to a dealer in Switzerland. The car starts easily and it drives really well. The mighty Hemi makes a great noise and this car is a GT car in the true sense of the word. It is tight on the road and it handles and stops as it should. This car was featured in the June 2013 issue of Australian Classic Car magazine. The car has a thick history file, owners manual (copy) and numerous period magazine articles & sales brochures. The original Monteverdi wheels (in need of restoration) will also accompany the car.