350 Vortec 4speed Auto 4WD 2 owner vehicle, family use only & serviced every 5,000k's. Tow bar, various spare parts & accessories and factory manuals 6 months rego. This vehicle has been well maintained and presents very well for its age. Number plates not included
1938 Ford Coupe Deluxe Rebuilt 302 Windsor, C4 auto, Ford diff, Hydraulic brakes, bare metal respray, never any rust. Custom trim and new chrome. 12 volt system, 7" smoothie wheels with new tyres and new suspension. Trophy winner, a rare opportunity for a real glamour with only 2 owners and only 500 miles since restoration.
Rare 1927 Studebaker dictator 4 door 3 speed 6 cylinder Tourer completely dismantled with the intention of a chasis off restoration but other restorations have left no time proceed to finish the job. Make an offer
1965 Austin Healey MK111A Beautiful sprite owned since 1967. Restored originally in 1995 and refurbished recently for a family wedding. New soft top and hard top. Sports steering wheel with Austin insert. Very reluctant sale as we have run out of room and time.
Reluctant sale of my MX-5. I have owned it since new, it’s a fantastic car and great fun to drive. It is in great condition and has always been garaged until recently. The body and interior are in very good condition. The car has both the soft top and the hard top (both in excellent condition, with the soft top being replaced only a few years ago). The MX-5 has been modified which allows it to be used both on the road and on the race track – how you use it, is up to you. It has a worked sporty 1.6 litre motor with 5 speed gearbox. On the road, I use 14” wheels with Bridgestone Potenza tyres (50% tread) however on the track I prefer to use my 15” rims with Kumho R-spec tyres (50% tread). The MX-5 comes with both sets of wheels. It is registered until August 2018 – the car is modified within the guidelines of the RMS specifications and I have never had any issues with registration. $12,990 ono. Modifications and improvements include; - Motor rebuilt with new conrods, pistons, cam shafts and a flow benched head - Haltech computer - 2.5” exhaust - Cold air box - Aluminium radiator - Koni adjustable shock absorbers - Kings springs – lowered and firmer - Alloy roll bar - Sparco seat - 4 point harness - Sale includes 2 sets of wheels with tyres; - Set of 14” wheels with Bridgestone Potenza tyres (50% tread) - Set of 15” wheels with Kumho R-spec tyres (50% tread)
1969 Chevrolet Camaro 2-door Hardtop Sport Coupe powered by a 5.7L 350cui V8 GM Chev small block engine and driven by a 4-spd floor/console-shift manual transmission. When it was introduced, the 1969 Chevy Camaro was unlike any other muscle car or sports car at that time. The 1969 Chevy Camaro had the long, lean look of its sports car cousin, the Corvette, and it had the Corvette muscle too. The 1969 Chevy Camaro wasn’t called “The Hugger” for nothing. Its wide stance and nimble wheelbase made for cat-quick maneuverability, which made it popular with the street racing teenagers of the day. This car has been lovingly looked after, with both the engine & transmission being rebuilt, suspension work which sees it drive nicely on the road, and very nice interior & paint. This car will be arriving soon from the USA and will be sold with the necessary Import Approval and unregistered. Finance is available TAP and Interstate Transport can be arranged upon request. For more detail on this car, and other cars available, please visit our website - www.apexamericanautos.com.au
1966 Ford Mustang 2-Door Hardtop Coupe powered by a 4.7L 289cui Ford V8 small block engine and driven by a C4 ‘Cruise-O-Matic’ 3-speed floor shift automatic transmission. This Stang is a C-Code, and is a ‘one-family owned’ and ‘rust free’ Californian car, still bearing the original black & gold CA plates from 1966. It would make a great drive-while-restore project, as all the ingredients are there. It still shows original paint and interior, the electrics still work except for the air conditioning which needs to be connected & re-gassed. Mechanically this car is sound with newly replaced engine, carburetor, radiator, fuel tank & brakes. This car runs great, it just needs paint and freshening up, or leave it as is with it’s 52 year old patina. This car will be arriving soon from the USA and will be sold with the necessary Import Approval and unregistered. Finance is available TAP and Interstate Transport can be arranged upon request. For more detail on this car, and other cars available, please visit our website - www.apexamericanautos.com.au
1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass ‘S’ 2-Door Hardtop Coupe powered by a 5.7L 350cui V8 GM Oldsmobile Rocket small block engine and driven by a ‘Turbo Hydra-matic’ 3-speed column shift automatic transmission. During the middle 1970’s the intermediate grade Oldsmobile Cutlass series was one of the most popular lines of its era, mainly due to its combination of luxury features and distinctive styling. 1973 to 1977 was the 4th generation of the Cutlass models, and in this era they were known as “Colonnade” bodies because of their fixed rear side windows, and the ‘S’ model was available only as a 2-door. This Cutlass is a ‘one-owner’ and ‘rust free’ car that runs strong, shifts smooth and is showing just over 80,000 miles. It comes with the original 1974 title, has always been garaged and presents in very good condition. The car is still wearing it’s original ‘Wedgewood Blue’ paint, the interior is also original and in great shape. The headliner, dash pad & carpet are also in very good condition. Just recently a new Flowmaster exhaust system was fitted, and the car comes with the original ‘Cutlass Rally’ wheels as well as a set of aftermarket alloy wheels (as shown). This car will be arriving soon from the USA and will be sold with the necessary Import Approval and unregistered. Finance is available TAP and Interstate Transport can be arranged upon request. For more detail on this car, and other cars available, please visit our website - www.apexamericanautos.com.au