FORD BA XR6 TURBO 2004 698kw atomic built engine genuine 9 second street / drag car has run 140mph and 1.4 in the 60 built trans (by mv automatics) built factory 4 speed auto precision turbo on factory manifold atomic rods atomic forged pistons atomic head studs motor was rebuilt about 10000 kms ago heavy duty valve springs billet oil pump gears large front mount inter cooler plasman 4” intake and box big injectors precision turbo brand new nizpro plenum 4” exhaust process west surge tank with walbro 460 walbro intank pump auto meter cobalt oil and boost gauges trans rebuilt 500kms ago battery in boot premium sound leather custom stripes 19” chrome alloys 130,000kms built & tuned by all make motor repairs & restorations, sa very very fast genuine street car, jump in and drive to Melbourne (or anywhere) tomorrow, with all the comforts of air con etc very reliable will come with 3 months rego - we do not have roadworthy in sa lots of money and time have been put into this car
1934 Chev roadster coupe, new 350 Chev, turbo 400, Borg Warner diff, light brown leather trim, only done 5,000 kms, new stereo, lockar shifter, trans dip stick, also engine oil dip stick.paint and body all in excellent condition. car is on full WA licence.
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
Second owner, continually garaged for the last 57 years. Purchased from the original owner in Allawah Sydney 1960. Vehicle has 1948 model complete hydraulic brake system and improved /rebuilt side valve v8 (adjustable valves), rebuilt gearbox. The vehicle is sold with the original rebuilt v8 on engine stand, running gear ie mechanical brakes, spare radiator and including original wheels etc NOTE.This is a Geniune Five windowed coupe ie. Dicky seat and wind down down rear window.
Ve SS Commodoore LS2 6.0 litre with 6 speed auto, black SS cloth interior runs and drives excellent. This was a much loved car before it run off the road, this car is only suitable for wrecking as it has been written off (Statuary Write Off) All parts and panels are in excellent condition, the damage is in the floor pan and the front bumper is missing. This would make a great doner car for that hot rod/ muscle car conversion project. I am selling car complete for $7000 Can be test driven
Holden HK Ute Unfinished Project Car I have a Holden HK Ute ready for your next project · Full tubular chassis · Full tubbed · Full cage · Floating Wheelwood brakes and calipers front and rear · Fabricated braced 9 inch with strange coilovers on rear · Front end fully adjustable Rod Hatfield with rack and pinion steer · Tubular top and bottom control arms with coilovers · 41 spline billet axles · Engine plated to suit BBC · Brand new set of Magnum Welds – 4.5 inch front and 33 inch x 15 inch on rear · All chassis work done by Proflow Fabrications work costing $25000 with receipts · Wheels worth over $8000 · Front end worth $5000 Call Anthony for any enquiries.
All steel body 302 windsor Msd ignition flat plan inlet manifold with 600cfm 4 barrel carby walke radiator Extractors stainless exhaust Centura diff with tc1 4 bar rear With coil overs front suspension 4” dropped bell axle with 4 bar hq steering box Ford master cylinder with discs On front rear brakes centura drums Rear wheels 15 x 8 with goodrich t/as 255 70/r15 Front wheels 15 x 5 with 155 8-/r15
All steel body 307 Chev electronic ignition aluminium manifold with 600 CFM 4 barrel Holley, Centra diff, 4 bar rear with coil overs, front suspension 4" dropped axle with 4 bar, Gemini booster and master cylinder with disc on front drums on rear American racers rims, it is left hand drive the chassis has been fitted with brackets to make easy conversion to right hand drive
Thunderbird convertible 61 real good body great floors, needs a little work in boot, some body work done easy restore, needs top mech and boot lid, FE moter and c6 if required, make good rat rod, easy build, Grant.
For Sale 1949 Single Spinner Ford Utility Ideal Ute for Hot Rod Front End Sheet Metal in tray of Ute Has Original Flat Head V8 Type Engine and Gear Box Has Most Of Cab Glass. Price Is $4800 or best offer. Call only if you’re interested at looking!
This evo 7 has a vehicle registration paid until August of this year. The km on the new engine is only around 3000km. This car has a forged 2.3lt engine with Scatt rods and CP pistons with a compression ratio of 9.5:1 with a knife edge crank. The head has been decked and polished with Tomei valve springs and 272 cams. Engine bolts and connecting rod bolts are all Arp kit. The turbo was also bought for the build and it is a Garrett gt3076r ball bearing turbo which is rated for 700hp. The car runs on e85 which is really good for the pistons as they run cooler. There is a 4 inch exhaust with a very good twin dump pipe which was proven in race cars by Tech sport Bays water. Greddy boost controller handling the boost on the car and the car is safely tuned at 24psi producing 321kw at the wheels. The 5 speed gear box was rebuilt by neat gearboxes and it perfectly shifts at high rpm. It has a heavy duty twin plate clutch to hold the high torque of the car. The suspension on the car was also changed just 50km ago and it is Tein adjustable coil overs. The exterior of the car has a C-West body kit which was also recently repainted to give it a nice finish. This car can easily be tuned for more Hp as the engine was properly built using good quality parts. This car was totally built by professionals in Tech sport. The Evo 7 is a lighter Evo than the 8 and 9 so according to the power to weight ratio this car would easily beat 8 or 9 which has slightly more AW-KW. This car needs to be seen to experience the Adrenalin rush as pictures wont give justification. Really sad selling my pride as I have to go abroad. If your interested please let me know.
302 Clevo, C4 trans, 9" diff ladder bar rear with coil overs, this car was on full rego with the plates hi1932, it can go back on full rego, it’s now on m/plates $60,000 Or also can come with 671 & triple carbs $70,000. Call Anthony
Hot Rod T-Bucket project. Started years ago, half finished, needs right buyer to continue. One of a kind "bitsa" rod - 1919 cowl, Model T tub, Model A chassis, Torana diff, 302 Cleveland. Wishbone suspension. Has collected some rust and will require a lot of TLC, but in right hands will be an amazing project. Includes radiator shell, chrome headlight shells, chrome valve covers. Your winter project, get it ready for summer cruises!
28 model a roadster, fibreglass body.mild 351 Cleveland, c4 transmission, full manualised. 2500rpm stall. Centura diff. Vs front calipers. 4bar front tube axle. 4bar rear with coil overs. Bench seat front. Dickie seat boot. Removable roof. Heater. Full rego. Older built hotrod. Proven Hotrod to get in and drive anywhere by anyone.