A very rare classic. 1938 Chevrolet Sedan. Body No 324 GM assembled in Australia. 99% recently restored. Some very minor issues remain. 216 engine original. New Paint Fully reupholstered Totally rewired New whitewall tyres Brake system overhaul Carburetor overhauled Perfect vintage wedding car (very popular)
Ultimate hot rod project. Dodge 5W Coupe. Original steel TJR, TJ Richards, body, was very rare when purchased over 20 years ago. Was originally purchased as body and chasis only. HG holden front end grafted onto chasis 20 years ago. Running gear and drive line is from 1978 Ford Marquee Fairlane. 351Cleveland motor, FMX gearbox, 9" LSD. Please call if genuinely interested, texts and emails may not be answered. If genuinely interested and willing to travel to Townsville to view, I will be happy to refund travel costs if vehicle is purchased. Stored in closed in shed for last 20 years.
Model DB A 6 cylinder, wood spoke wheels, Colour light blue with black top. Excellent condition. Includes spare engine and gearbox, diff housing and gears, rear shafts and other items Full registration until November 2018. Willing to get RWC for genuine buyer
Australian Built Special in barn find original condition. Fresh Race 39 Ford V8 with Edelbrock speed equipment, Stromberg 97 Carburettors full flow oil system Tyres like new. Four speed gear box. Comes with an enclosed 4 wheel registered tilt trailer The body could be utilised as a 2 seater, now with drivers seat. Very reliable racer with new motor and electrics. 16.5 Standing quarter
1942 Hudson Two Door Brougham, the only Two Door Brougham in Australia and only about three or four others in the world, this vehicle is unrestored and all original, had back to bare metal respray done in the USA 1980, still perfect, has 30,322 original miles on the speedo, we imported the vehicle from the USA with just 14,093 miles on speedo. There is no rust or body damage, good www tyres, comes with some spares, mechanical manual and owners manual etc.Have owned the vehicle for 29 years, numerous trophies won at all make car shows.
1923 FORD MODEL T TOURER. Authentic restoration with no money spared to get the best results. The body is straight and the paint work is in good order. The wood work has all been restored as well as the interior and soft top. It has the optional odometer and trip meter fitted. Very sound running order, engine overhauled with no expense spared. It runs smooth and very quiet. It was last on club conditional registration and as you can see from the registration sticker it was last used on the road in September 2007. The vehicle is currently stored in an air conditioned shed and is on Jack Stands and under a car cover. It has the optional electric starter motor that was first introduced in 1923 and the wiring system has been professionally converted to 12 Volts. New battery fitted on the 4th of March 2017 and comes with warranty. It is a rare vehicle with some history. Sadly this is offered for sale due to the owner having passed away. Over $20,000 has been spent on restoring this vehicle and only needs very minor attention due to being stored. Please only serious buyers apply.
Replica, 350 Chev fuely heads, cam, tunnel ram, twin 600, Holley powerglide, new trim, Jag diff, lots of money and time into this car, way too much to list on club rego, very tidy and quick, no time wasters, no swaps. head turner.
Restoration project: seeking expressions of interest. 1934 Chevrolet MASTER Sports Roadster. A total complete package - nothing missing. Vehicle needs a body off refurbishment - drive train & all running gear needs work. Front suspension is of the "knee action" type. Mechanical brakes & 6 volt electrics. Body,interior & hood are in quite reasonable condition. Boot is a "Rumble Seat" with storage chest mounted on rear rack. Vehicle is located in Murray Bridge South Australia. Some history of vehicle available as has been owned by same family for the last 40 years. Not interested in selling to dealers or middle men. Contact Steve if genuinely interested for further details or negotiations.
Folding white top, Fender Skirts, Briz Bumpers, Cadillac Taillights , Purple paint, Grey interior seats 5 people. 327, 350 Borg Warner 3.25 V8 Diff HG Front End, Commodore R & P, solids chrome wheels with good whitewall tyres,Tow Bar,
First released in 1933, the Bentley Derby was the marques first model range built under the new owner management of Rolls-Royce at the company’s Derby manufacturing plant. Rolls-Royce marketed the Derby to their existing clientele as having not the only the ability to provide a supremely luxurious and comfortable limousine, but also a dynamic driving experience. This was highlighted in 1936 when the 3.5L engine was expanded to 4.25L with sportier camshafts and improved suspension over its Rolls-Royce brethren. A total of only 1,234 chassis’ were produced of which most received bodies from coachbuilding company Park Ward. This Bentley Derby Gurney Nutting Sedanca Coupe was originally sold new in London, UK. Although official build numbers do not exist, it is believed that less than 20 Bentley Derby’s received coachwork from ultra-exclusive coachbuilders Gurney-Nutting. The quality and detail of these hand built bodies commanded a premium of nearly double the price of a Park Ward bodied Bentley. It was acquired by GCCM in 2015 from a prominent Bentley collector in Melbourne, Australia. During his ownership, the vehicle received a full ground up, no expense spared restoration to original specifications. This included a full rebuild of its original engine, bare metal respray of its original body and new period correct leather interior. Today it presents in concours condition and would be home in any classic vehicle collection anywhere in the world. PLEASE NOTE: ODOMETER IN MILES *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
This Hudson Terraplane is an original RHD and was built in Australia by General-Motors Holden at their Melbourne plant in 1936. Prior to building their own vehicles, Holden would assemble US vehicles that were shipped to Australia in kits. At the time the Terraplane was Hudson’s most successful ever model and featured a 4.2L inline 8 cylinder engine. This enabled the Terraplane to have the highest power to weight ratio of any vehicle on the market at the time and made them extremely popular for both motorsport and criminals of the day who would use them as their getaway vehicles. This vehicle is largely original having received some light restoration in the form of a new respray and motor rebuild in the early 1990s. Today it presents it good condition with nice patina and would suit any Australian/American vehicle enthusiast. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
Rolls-Royce released the “Twenty” in 1922 as their entry level luxury vehicle and was marketed as an owner-driver alternative to their much larger luxury model, the 40/50 Silver Ghost. The model featured a 3.1L Inline 6 cylinder engine which produced 20bhp. It had a top speed of 60mp/h however was dependent on which coachbuilder built the original body. This Rolls-Royce 20HP was delivered new to Melbourne, Australia in 1928. Originally it was optioned with a 4 door saloon body built by Barker Coachwork Company. In the 1990s the owner previous owner opted to improve the driving experience of this vehicle by removing the cumbersome saloon body and replace it with an all-aluminium roadster style body similar to the Silver Ghost of the period. This was professionally completed over a 4 year, $150,000 process. This is a genuine 1 family owned vehicle from new and was purchased from the grandson of the original owner. It comes with a very large history file including original owner’ manual, bill of sale, photographs and receipts to verify its ownership and vehicle modification and restoration. *Test Drive and Viewing By Appointment Only
The Jewett marque was introduced in 1922 under the Paige-Detroit Motor Car Company banner until it was absolved in 1926. It was marketed as the company’s flagship brand to the wealthy elite of USA and abroad. Sitting atop of the Jewett family tree was the 18-22 De Luxe Phaeton Tourer which featured drop-head coachwork with seating for 4 and a 6 cylinder engine which produced 50bhp. This vehicle was originally sold new in Perth, Western Australia in 1923. It was built in the factory as a RHD to comply with export markets such as the UK and Australia. It is a very well-known car and has featured in both the York Motor Museum and Bodallin Motor Museum in Perth before being acquired by GCCM in 2014. During its previous ownership, it received a full ground up restoration in the late 1990s including original engine rebuild, respray of the original body and new period correct interior. This vehicle retains its original owner’s manuals, tool kits and bill of sale to verify its original delivery. This is one of the earliest Australian delivered vehicles in existence today and presents a rare opportunity that would suit any classic car enthusiast. PLEASE NOTE: Odometer in Miles *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only