Gosford Classic Car Museum
  • $685,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 44,618 Kms
    • 6cyl L
    • Convertible
    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
  • $39,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 3,473 Kms
    • TOURER
    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
  • $49,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 95,069 Kms
    • 8cyl L
    • COUPE
    The Studebaker Avanti was first release in 1962 as the company’s flagship personal luxury coupe. This GT style model was unlike any model produced in the US at the time and was the first fully fibreglass body to feature a 4 seat floor plan and was described by many critics as one of the automotive industries more significant milestones of the post-war industry. This meant the body was extremely light and when optioned with the Paxton supercharger, it broke 29 speed records at the Bonneville salt flats in 1962. The engine was Studebakers own 4.7L V8 which produced 250bhp and a top speed of 168mp/h. A total of only 5,800 units were produced over their 2 year production run. This vehicle was sold new in the USA and imported to Australia very early in its life in the mid-1960s. It spent most of its life in Newcastle, NSW and was part of the Hunter Studebaker Car Club. It was acquired from the 3rd Australian owner by GCCM in 2015. The previous owners have kept meticulous records of ownership including hand written log books of every time it was driven and receipts for all works carried out. Today it presents in excellent unrestored condition with the original motor and interior. The body received a fresh coat of paint in the late 1990s and has been well cared for since. *Test Drive and Viewing By Appointment Only
  • $22,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 61,488 Kms
    • 4cyl 0.8LL
    • MANUAL
    • 4D SEDAN
    Along with the Volkswagen Beetle and the Fiat 500, the Renault Dauphine played a significant role in pioneering the modern European economy car. Utilising an 845cc inline-4, these tiny and space-efficient cars were built with minimal fuel consumption in mind. As well as releasing the standard model, a “Gordini” version was offered. These rare examples were performance tuned by Amedee Gordini increasing the power output to 37hp, and were offered with a sporty 4-speed transmission. These vehicles saw motorsport success all over the world, including taking out the first 4 spaces at the 1956 Mille Miglia and winning the 1958 Mote Carlo Rally. Our 1961 Renault Dauphine Gordini is a factory right-hand-drive, matching numbers vehicle presenting in its original “French Racing Blue”. While the paintwork needs some attention, the bodywork is straight and rust-free, and the car runs well. This example, being highly original, needs some TLC and would make a great project car. The very rare and unique Dauphine Gordini would be a sound investment and an excellent addition to any collection. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • $29,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 94,327 Kms
    • 2D SPORTS
    The Mercedes-Benz SL name has always signified a certain level of automotive style and sophistication, and each new generation seems both to define and be defined by its era. Produced between 1970 and 1980, the Mercedes-Benz 350SL R107 is an instantly recognisable classic roadster. Utilizing the reliable and punchy 147kw straight-6, these cars are powerful and responsive; perfect for spirited driving. This genuine Australia-delivered right-hand-drive example has travelled only 94,000 miles since new, and presents in excellent condition. With a straight body, beautiful paintwork and original interior, this vehicle comes with all original factory books including an extensive service logbook. This vehicle would make a lovely addition to a collection or a great weekender/club car. These models are becoming harder to find in such a good condition, and this is a great opportunity for an enthusiast. PLEASE NOTE: ODOMETER IN MILES *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • $95,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 41,142 Kms
    • SEDAN
    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
  • $22,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 52,494 Kms
    • V8cyl 7.5L
    • N/A
    • COUPE
    The Lincoln Continental DJE was released for 1 year only in 1978 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Ford Motor Company. At the time of its release it was Fords most expensive car ever made with a retail price of $21,700. Ford estimated it lost nearly $2,000 on each of the 5,159 units it produced due to the never before seen level of luxury offered. This includes Tiffany cut-pile carpet, Cartier clocks, Astro Moonroof, 40 channel CB radio and power everything. The model was only released in 2 colours, Diamond Blue or Jubilee Gold. A 7.5L V8 engine was used to propel the 2+ tonnes which made for comfortable highway cruising. This vehicle was originally sold new in California, USA. The previous owner imported the vehicle in the early late 1990s where it then received a bare metal respray in its original Diamond Blue. Other than the respray the car is completely original and has clearly been well maintained all its life. It was acquired by GCCM from a prominent classic US car collector in Melbourne, Victoria in 2015. It comes with all the import documentation so it may be fully road registered and a file of receipts for some works carried out. Today it presents in overall excellent condition and presents a great opportunity to purchase one of Fords rarest and most significant 1970s vehicles. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • 1923 JEWETT Phaeton FOR SALE

    West Gosford NSW
    $48,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 11,300 Kms
    • TOURER
    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
  • $155,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 44,159 Kms
    • V8cyl 2.9LL
    • MANUAL
    • 2D COUPE
    The Ferrari 308 GTS was first introduced in 1977 as a Targa top variant of the existing GTB model. Essentially it was marketed to replace the legendary 246 Dino and sit just under their flagship 365 GT4 BB model. In keeping with Ferrari tradition, styling was entrusted to legendary design house Pininfarina and featured a much more aggressive aero package than its predecessor whilst still retaining a mid-mounted engine layout. The all new engine was a 3L V8 mounted transversely behind the drivers cockpit and featured 4 x Weber carburettors to produce 252bhp and a top speed of 251 km/h. A total of 3,219 308 GTS models were produced during their 4 year production run. This Ferrari 308 GTS was originally sold new in California, USA and was imported to Australia in the 1990s by the previous owner. During his ownership the vehicle underwent a full ground up, “nut and bolt” no expense spared restoration which was completed in 2014. This including a conversion to RHD, back to bare metal respray in its original Rosso Corsa, original matching number engine out rebuild and new period correct trim. All works were carried out by renowned Ferrari expert Carmelo Calabro in Adelaide, South Australia. It was acquired by GCCM in 2015 from the President of the South Australia Ferrari Car Club. Today it presents in overall excellent condition and is an amazing opportunity to purchase one of the highly desirable early carburettor 308 GTS models. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • $59,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 90,430 Kms
    • 2D SALOON
    The Bentley Mk VI Lightweight saloon was introduced in 1951 as part of the standard Mk VI series range. This extremely limited edition model received all aluminium coachwork by H.J Mulliner in which just 41 units were produced. In addition to the lightweight construction, the standard 4.25L engine was bored to 4.6L which increased power by approximately 15bhp, meaning the vehicle provided much more spirited driving than the stock Mk VI. All these options meant the Mk VI Lightweight commanded a 50% premium over its standard brethren. This vehicle was sold new in London, UK in 1951. It was brought to Australia with its second owner in the late 1950s. It changed owners several times before the previous owner purchased the car in the late 1990s as part of his Bentley collection. It was then restored to its original condition including an engine out rebuild, bare metal respray in its original colour scheme and new interior. It comes with a large history file detailing previous ownership and some receipts for works completed. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • Dover Commercial FOR SALE

    West Gosford NSW
    $39,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 2,338 Kms
    • Van
    The Dover is an American brand of trucks made by the Hudson Motor Car Company in Detroit Michigan. They were commonly used as US postal vehicles and were very reliable and remained in service well into the 50’s. There are very few remaining in the world with most in museums in the USA, this is believed to be the oldest known survivor in the world. Its in very good condition having been restored, its structurally sound and the paint work is great. The interior is nicely trimmed. The wood wheels are in good condition as are the tyres. Having been a museum display piece its always’ a very popular exhibit. This would be a great promotional vehicle, museum piece or unique collectable. A rare opportunity to buy a vehicle like this. PLEASE NOTE: Odometer in miles *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • 1987 BMW M5 E28 FOR SALE

    West Gosford NSW
    $90,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 146,805 Kms
    • 6CYLcyl L
    • MANUAL
    • 4D SEDAN
    The BMW M5 has been one of the most successful sports sedans throughout its 32-year production, providing a classy combination of comfort and performance. The E28 series is the first and rarest generation of the M5 with just over 2,000 units built. This particular example is a 1987 E28 M5. Sold new in the UK, this vehicle was imported in 2003 and has been a showcase car at Gosford Classic Car Museum since 2016. With all factory books including owner’s manual and service booklet presented in the original BMW folder, this car has a fantastic logbook service history backed up by numerous receipts and original import documents. This M5 presents in Lachssilber paint with a contrasting black interior, both of which are in great condition. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • $29,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 5,423 Kms
    • 6 CYLcyl L
    • MANUAL
    • UTILITY
    The Chevrolet utes were extremely popular in the USA throughout the 1940’s and 50’s and prior to locally built Holden’s and Fords they were a common sight on Australian roads. Now days they are few and far between. Having had an older frame off restoration in the 1980’s the ute is in structurally and mechanically sound condition but there are some rust and bodywork issues that will need attention. All the exterior chrome is straight and shiny. Overall mechanically in good order it starts and runs well and has just had a new brake booster fitted. The engine bay is tidy and original and powered by a 235cu 6 cylinder and manual transmission. Inside the interior is in excellent condition with no tears in the seats, door cards and carpets. A rare old ute that with a little TLC will make for a practical collectable or a cool rat rod or street machine. PLEASE NOTE: ODOMETER IN MILES *Test Drive and Viewing by appointment Only
  • $115,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 37,262 Kms
    • 8cyl L
    • MANUAL
    Ford released the new Mustang Boss 351 as a replacement to the extremely popular Boss 302. However unlike its predecessor, the Boss 351 was not initially homologated for the SCAA Trans-Am series and was instead a ¼ mile focused street machine. The engine produced 355bhp with a top speed of 140mp/h. With production finishing in 1972, it is also one of the rarest Mustangs with only 1,806 units produced. This Mustang presents in stunning condition inside and out, and is a fully restored, matching numbers car. This vehicle comes with original data cards, car care and operations manual, Californian registration documents and spare keys. With the beautiful combination of red paintwork and red interior, this Mustang is a truly unique and collectable example. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
  • 1949 Delahaye 148L FOR SALE

    West Gosford NSW
    $65,000
    Ex Gov Charges
    • 17,213 Kms
    • 6cyl L
    • MANUAL
    • 4D Sedan
    Delahaye have a rich and successful pedigree as one of the first vehicle manufacturers in existence having built their first model in 1894. Throughout pre WWI and the inter-war period of the 1920s and 1930s, Delahaye cemented their marque on the racing circuit after many notable victories including the Monte Carlo Rally and the 24 hours at Le Mans leading the brand to be dubbed “The Pearl of the French automotive industry”. The 148L was first released in 1935 based upon the existing 135 chassis. The 148L was marketed as a luxury limousine as the model saw the wheelbase stretched to 3,350mm to allow more rear legroom and smoother ride. This model utilised a 3.6L I6 engine producing 90bhp and a top speed of 133km/h. This Delahaye has been subject to a full restoration, with complete originality in mind. This vehicle has matching numbers, and great provinence. The restorers utilised as many original parts as possible during the restoration process, resulting in a beautiful and wholly original example. Please Note: Odometer in Miles
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