1948 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CABRIOLET . Standard features: V12, power top, power windows, power aerial. Overdrive. Push button door handles. Self tuning, foot operated push button radio. Heater/demister. Fog, map, courtesy, ignition, glove box, trunk lights. Under seat heating. Clock, indicators. Recent chrome bars. Some recent engine work. Original leather trim. 452 made in 1948. Rally as is. How many others in Australia?
The Budweiser Roadster Pickup An original, period, 60's survivor with the perfect stance to make everybody stop and look. This Model A Roadster Pickup saw it all throughout the 60's and 70's west-coast drag racing scene, religiously attending events, its then owner, ferrying the trophy queens around the pits handing out Buds to all those that needed a thirst quencher- fondly becoming known as "The Budweiser Pickup". In period modifications featured a mild Ford 289, matched with 3 Speed Auto and 9-inch Diff. Also featuring Original Stewart Warner Gauges, including column mounted 8,000 tach. Original Period Harley Davidson turning signals and Original Aircraft Bomber Belts. This is the one you have been waiting for.
1923 Model T Ford. 70s restoration. Very reliable, runs well. Engine rebuilt in last few years with new crankshaft. Has recently rebuilt Ruchstell axle, Anderson timer and new battery. Excellent upholstery and top. Currently red plates (not transferable
1964 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK3 (BJ8) PHASE 1 SN3416 REG:UN-REG VIN N0:HBJ8L26411 ENG NO:29KRUH1335 $110,000 (To be sold UN-Registered & with Vic RWC) BLACK BEAUTY Having undergone a complete restoration this Austin Healey 'BJ8' has received the full treatment & is a testament to the craftsmen who completed the work. A multiple Award winner, tells you just how good this car is in the flesh. Driving this Big Healey we were impressed with the power from the mildly worked engine & with a good positive feel from the gearbox & suspension this is an all day cruiser you can really use in all driving conditions. Finished in Black/ Blue over Champagne paintwork with Champagne trim, this very original & nice example of a timeless classic is one for the collector. With Chrome wire wheels this is one good looking Big Healey for all to enjoy. With an excellent 'One touch hood' which has the zip out rear window, Moto-lita Wooden rim steering wheel & smiths heater your driving comfort is greatly enhanced. This is a well known car in Healey circles & owned by a Genuine Enthusiast who has taken great care in this car following its restoration. Come in for your test drive & on hoist inspection of this very desirable wind up window, BJ8 Healey. Priced without Reg, Talk to us about Reg, Club or Other Plate Options. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 6 CYLINDER OF 2912cc CAPACITY FUEL SYSTEM: TWIN 2” S.U CARBURETTORS TRANSMISSION: 4 SPEED MANUAL/ OVERDRIVE SUSPENSION: INDEPENDENT FRONT; LIVE REAR AXLE BRAKES: DISC FRONT; DRUMS REAR WHEELS: 15” CHROME WIRE WHEELS
1948 PLYMOUTH DELUXE Coupe. Has had rust cut out and repaired. Needs to be rebuilt by an enthusiast. It has a L300 front chassis and there is a 350 chevy motor to be put in. Landed from america the cost was around $18.000 Australian. the rust cost us almost $10.000. Now selling for around half price at $15,000. Still has most of original bits but will need a new floor, clutch and radiator.We have all photos of rust before and after, documentation, ownership papers and all receipts.For more details contact us.
Bought as a project years ago Has LH 10 QLD approval for build Has been set up for small block Chev and turbo 350 auto Hr Front end, commodore shortened R&P C section X member Chev v8 and turbo 350 supplied and extractors and carby and HEI Too much to list, just ring and ask
1938 D8 Dodge in excellent condition. Comes with rego plate DODG38. Also includes approx $80,000- in parts most NOS to ensure car keeps on the road suit person wanting long term classic. Great road cruiser. Recently redid brakes and wheel cylinders
Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer a 1929 Morgan Super Sports Aero. The Morgan archives confirm that chassis number 1905A was delivered on the 29th August 1929 to Beart & Co Ltd in the UK. On the open road the car is nimble and responsive. The water cooled V-twin ‘JAP’ (JA Preswick) 996cc engine powers the car along. As an early car it does not have a gearbox as such, rather a ‘sliding dog’ rear end with two speeds forwards. There is no reverse. To think these cars were raced in period at speeds over 100 mph is simply frightening, though the car does feel quite stable on the road and dare I say ‘safe’ at about 60 mph! What is surprising is how well the car handles. Overall the car is in excellent condition. The aluminium body and guards are in excellent condition, the spartan interior is tidy – the seats are in excellent condition as are most instruments and controls though the Smiths ododmeter and tachometer is not currently working and its condition is ‘average’ and mechanically the car is also ‘spot on’. The current owners would not hesitate to jump behind the wheel and drive it some distance. What a fabulous and unique opportunity.
Dennis 250 fire engine restored some time ago, has just had 2 new tyres fitted to the front. It is running and driveable has just been deregistered. For further information please ring, no emails or texts.