'67 Firebird 455CI Motor. 400 Auto. 9" LSD. 4 Bar Rear. Coil Over Shocks. 2" Drop Spindles. Alloy Radiator. Stainless Steal Mandrel Bent Extractors and Exhaust System. Power Steering Rack. 3 Year Rotisserie Restoration. 100% rust free 0 miles. Right hand drive. 65K or near offer.
The late 1960’s and early 1970’s were a fabulous time for Ferrari. Its flagship 365 GTB/4 Daytona was a resounding success and Enzo’s ‘big risk’ the Dino 246 was also selling very well. Ferrari wanted to continue with his tradition of producing high performance ‘Grand Touring’ cars and needed a successor to the 365 GT 2+2 and 365 GTC. He opted to continue with a 2+2 configuration – enter the 365 GTC/4. The Ferrari 365 GTC/4 was first shown at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show and the unique Pininfarina design took some styling cues from its ‘big brother’, the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. It shares the same chassis and engine block from the Daytona but the focus on this car was to ensure it was a comfortable, luxurious, high performance GT car. It had power steering, electric windows and air conditioning as standard. The model received good reviews in period and 505 cars were built in a short production run from 1971 to 1972. It was succeeded by the wedge shaped 365 GT/4 2+2. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale a 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4.This particular example is a very rare factory right hand drive example (1 of 31 delivered new to the UK) and it was purchased in February 2011 and imported into Australia by its previous owner back in May 2012. The car has a known history from new. It was ordered on the 8th January 1971 with exterior colour ‘grigio le sancy’, light blue upholstery with dark blue carpets. The car was finally delivered to its first owner a Mr Bert Caira from Dundee in Scotland in May 1972! The car is understood to have passed to its second owner, Maurice Ravens, in 1988 and then its third owner, Michael Berry, in 2004. The car’s fourth owner acquired the car through UK Ferrari specialists DK Engineering in February 2011. The car underwent a major refurbishment in 2005 which included an engine rebuild and repaint. The mechanical works were completed by Ferrari specialist Kent High Performance Cars. Once the car was imported into Australia its fastidious owner decided to have the paintwork redone and the interior re-trimmed in black leather. This car is very well known to Oldtimer Australia having been sold by us back in June 2015 to its current owner. The mileage at that time was 31,324 miles. The car joined a significant collection and now a change in circumstances has resulted in this stunning GTC/4 being offered for sale. The car has been sparingly used in the last three years and today the odometer reads 31,925 miles. Today the car presents and drives beautifully. The paintwork is excellent as is all of the chrome and the trim. Given the interior has been re-trimmed within the last thousand miles or so it is ‘like new’ and the cockpit is a lovely place to be. The car starts on the button and the engine pulls strongly, as you would expect given it has only done circa 12,000 mile since it was rebuilt. The car is tight on the road with no rattles or squeaks. The car has been meticulously cared for since arriving in Australia and it has been regularly serviced and maintained. The car is fitted with ‘as new’ Borrani wire wheels, which were an option new and they really suit the car. The original Cromodora alloy wheels and a set of colour coded fibreglass bumpers will accompany the car. To ensure this car is a more usable classic the previous owner has fitted Black Stallion electronic ignition, a modern A/C system which blows ice cold air and electronic cooling fans to improve the efficiency of the cooling system. The previous owner also complained of a noisy gearbox when he first got the car and swapped the aluminium case gearbox from this car with a steel case gearbox from a 365 GT/4 2+2. Highlights: – A UK delivered, factory RHD example. – Full books in the correct leather wallet. – Original brief case tool kit and jack kit. – Fitted with Borrani wire wheels. – The original Cromodora wheels accompany the car. – Fitted with Becker radio. – Has a custom car cover. – A comprehensive history file. – With only (circa) 40 factory RHD Ferrari 365 GTC/4’s built, these cars are very rare with perhaps only six or seven examples remaining in Australia.
Excellent restoration on this rare Monaro. Originally sold in South Africa and sent back to Australia where it has been painstakingly restored nut and bolt back to Aussie specifications. Looking great for an addition to the Holden collectors garage. Here for our auction on 21st April at 1pm. 7 1/21% buyers premium applies.
1985 Ford Bronco 4x4 XLT very original and untouched body. Just had over $4000 spent on it, New exhaust alternator shock absorbers all new differential seals and bearings have all been done. Having duty towbar ties are excellent I can help supply roadworthy and registration for Victorian buyers currently on South Australian registration call Brian thank you
1968 Mercury Cyclone GT 500 Fastback Coupe powered by a 4.9L 302cui V8 Ford Windsor small block engine and driven by a Ford ‘Merc-O-Matic’ C4 3-speed floor shift automatic transmission. 1968 to 1969 saw the 3rd generation of the Mercury GT, and the Cyclone received Mercury’s biggest facelift in 1968, switching from 1967’s boxy, Fairlane-derived coupe body to the super-streamlined Torino-based fastback. This is a very rare car, a 1968 Cyclone GT 500 Fastback in very good original condition, and it is a ‘numbers matching’ car. It has the stock original drivetrain, 302cui Ford Windsor engine, 2-barrel carburetor, Ford ‘Merc-O-Matic’ C4 3-speed floor shift automatic transmission and Trac-Lock rear end w/ 3:00 ratio. This car was built at Lorain, Ohio in April 1968 for DSO order and delivery to Atlanta, GA. The car has retained it’s factory original Dark Green Metallic paint colour with gold striping, and was ordered with the front disc brake upgrade package. This is a ‘rust-free’ car, with the floor pans, rear quarters and trunk, all clean. It shows good chrome, glass and dashpad, and the original upholstery is still in great shape with no rips or tears. It shows a minor ding & paint damage on the front driver’s side guard, the rest however is only normal scratches, scuffs and patina from 50 years of use. Some of the recent work done includes – fuel tank has been pulled out and cleaned w/ sender unit replaced, new brake shoes, cylinders, calipers & rotors installed w/ new front hydraulic hoses, new heater core and the power steering valve rebuilt. This car runs strong, is solid & straight and shows just over 102,000 miles, and is a great period correct car for the purist. 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
1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback Coupe powered by a 5.8L 351cui V8 Ford Cleveland 335-Series small block engine and driven by a C6 ‘Cruise-O-Matic’ 3-speed floor shift automatic transmission. The Ford Mustang Mach 1 was first introduced in the 1969 model range as a replacement for the label ‘GT’, as it no longer was a name that would initiate images of street screeching performance for the younger drivers that Ford was trying to attract to their muscle cars. Due to the Mach 1’s success, the ‘GT’ badge was discontinued after 1969 due to poor sales and would not be reintroduced until 1982. 1971 to 1973 was the 2nd generation of Mustang and the most recognizable features of these Mustangs was the optional (standard on Boss 351) NACA (NASA) hood design with dual scoops. This car is an original survivor which still has the original engine, which has just been rebuilt, and is matched to a Holley 4-barrel carburetor. All 1973 features are still operational including power steering, power windows, power assisted front disc brakes and factory air conditioning. This is a Californian rust-free car and is a great example of the period correct Mustang Mach 1 muscle car of the era. 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
powered by a 6.3L 383cui ‘FirePower’ V8 Chrysler B-Series big block engine and driven by a Chrysler A-727 TorqueFlite 3-spd column shift automatic transmission. In 1966 the Space Race was peaking as the US & USSR strove to put the first men on the moon. The Dodge Polara name referred to the North Star, ‘Polaris’, in a marketing effort by Chrysler to associate the car with the excitement of the era. Three years after this car was manufactured, on July 20th, 1969, the US Apollo 11 mission landed the first humans on the moon. The Dodge Polara’s main competitors were the Ford Galaxie 500 and the Chevrolet Impala. One constant of these 1965 to 1968 Polara models was it’s taut, square-edged styling, which was updated each year; and from 1965 to 1970, the Polara would be the only full-sized Dodge available in the US as a convertible. This is a very nice older restoration convertible which presents in above average condition, with no rust issues, and has good original upholstery, chrome & glass. The convertible top is soft and is in good condition with no tears or seams stripping. Mechanically very sound, and with the heart of this car a 383 big block & 4-barrel Holley carburetor, this car runs & drives as it looks. If you are looking for something different to the rest, then give this Dodge some serious consideration. 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
Following the Second World War much of the Messerschmitt factory had been destroyed and the company was no longer allowed to manufacture aircraft. In order to survive, they turned their hand to manufacturing other commodities including scooters. Fritz Fend, the designer and manufacturer of the Fend Flizer three wheel invalid carriage, approached Messerschmitt with the ideas of building a kabinroller or “scooter” with a cabin. This idea soon became reality and the Messerschmitt KR175 was born. Around, 15,000 cars were built before the KR175 evolved into the KR200 in 1955. Whilst a very similar car in many ways the KR200 had many improvements over its predecessor and it was a great success. The KR200 was powered by a 191cc Fichtel & Sachs air cooled, single cylinder, two-stroke engine positioned in front of the rear wheel, immediately behind the passenger’s seat. This provided a marginal increase in power from the KR175’s 174cc engine. The aircraft-inspired design is both very unique and very clever and the side opening canopy to allow access to and from the cabin is just brilliant! Another unique feature of these little cars was that they had no reverse gear as such. By pushing and turning the ignition key (rather than just turning to start) in fact started the car with the engine running backwards. This meant the car could in theory travel as fast backwards as it could forwards! In 1956 Messerschmitt was allowed to manufacture aircraft again and they lost interest in the microcars. Fend subsequently purchased Messerschmitt’s Regensburg works and the rights to continue to build the little cars. The cars were subsequently known as FMR Messerschmitts. Subsequently, a KR200 convertible model and later a KR201 Roadster were also built, however, it was the four-wheel FMR TG500 (or Tiger) that was the ultimate version. Some 40,000 of these cars were built in ten years of production through until 1964. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer a 1960 Messerschmitt KR200 Cabriolet. This car is well known to Oldtimer Australia having been previously sold by us to its current owner some twelve months ago. The car is reluctantly offered for sale due to a change in his circumstances. Prior to this, the car came from a long-term owner who acquired it as a project some twenty years ago. He restored the car and has used it sparingly since, attending the occasional micro car club event and classic car show in and around Sydney. The car’s prior history is not known though it is understood to have been a long-term Sydney car. Today this car presents and drives fabulously. Whilst it is an older restoration the paintwork is bright and in excellent condition with only the odd minor blemish noticeable on closer inspection. All of the exterior trim, badges, lenses etc look to be correct and also in excellent condition, consistent with the rest of the car. The interior is ‘just lovely’ and all of the switches and gauges are in working order. The steering wheel, which often develops hairline cracks in the ceramic coating on Messerschmitts, is also in good condition. Mechanically the car is ‘on the button’. It starts easily, the engine pulls strongly and it changes up and down the cars quite smoothly. Out on the open road, the little beast keeps up with modern traffic, handles well and stops as one would expect. In summary, the car runs and drives as it should. The red exterior with the contrasting white interior (with red piping) is a fabulous colour combination for a Messerschmitt. And whilst all Messerschmitts are ‘very cool’ and highly desirable, there’s no doubt the cabriolet is the most desirable model. There is a copy of the original owner’s manual that will accompany the car. You get great value ‘smile per mile’ in a Messerschmitt . . . a unique opportunity!
Rare 1962 RHD F100 V8 4 speed manual, runs perfectly, no rust ,very straight, no oil leaks, many new accessories, tornaqu cover, bumper bar, mirrors, headlights,parking lights, shockies, tyres, drive away just gad RWC now on full reg, hence price adjustment . SI plates not transferable
1965 Impala 4 door hardtop Factory 409 powerglide-matching numbers Californian car. Licensed and registered in WA, FINE 409. Factory Options: Electric Windows Electric Front Bench Seat Tilt Column Rear Window Defoger Fan Rear Speaker Air Conditioning Toggle Driver side Rear View Mirror Power Steering Power Brakes Front Bumper Lower Horns Engine Block Identification numbers: TII 02 JE L116400 Engine has been rebuilt: Maching work done by Speed Torque in Perth. Ross Racing Pistons 30thou Howards Cam and Hyraulic lifter .519In @269 .543Ex @279 Comp cam pushrods Rebuilt Original Carb, has original tag Rebuilt Original Distributor, has original tag Rebuilt Original Water pump ARP Hardware Block has been decked and honed, bored to suit oversize pistons Heads have been machined with new valve seats and guides Original rods, crank, valves have been honed polished and tested Howards valve springs and retainers Cloyes timing chain and sprokets Melling oil pump All new bearing Felpro gaskit kit Plugs Fuel pump Harmonic balancer Viscous fan Belts, hoses etc PowerGlide has been rebuilt by Dimoff Transmissions ransmissions in Perth. Radiator has been re-cored by Perth Radiator Centre. Front Suspension and Brakes: New Radius arms and links New Upper and Lower ball joints New big block springs New shocks, drums and wheel cylinders New pads and bearing New upper and lower bump stops New control arm bushes upper and lower New sway bar bushes Rear Suspension: New Trailing arm bushes, upper and lower and panhard link New Shocks, drums, wheel cylinders and pads Diff has been drained, cleaned and fresh oil added Drive shaft has new universals New standard exhaust system Interior: Original carpet and in fair condition Tilt Column Electric front bench seat (has a couple of tears on the drivers side) Back seat is in great condition New seat belts Door skins are good Electric window switches work well Headliner is in great condition Dash is in good condition no tears or splits Gauges work, added comp water and oil gauges Body Exterior: Original paint (grey) The hood has an area where someone has painted another colour (silver) onto it. Right rear quarter has had a hit and has been repaired along time ago. Replaced right front floor pan tig welded and blended, heater core leaking so it is now disconnected. Chrome and bright work are in good condition, wheel arch moldings are slightly damaged and the rear bumper is flaking. Glass is in good condition. It has the original chalk marks on the fire wall behind the distributor and in beside the wiper motor and inner fender. The trunk has original splatter spray paint and original jack. Very rare car to have this engine and options, drives great and is a true survivor. Will impress any Chevrolet enthusiast.
electric 3 way loader, impressive 21.6 foot long vehicle, used in California and Nebraska before retirement to private collectors in USA and myself in Australia. Reconditioned 500 ci engine with turbo 400 transmission, small amount of work to put back into service, else enjoy like I have in my collection. drives great, display casket available at extra cost.
1959 Thunderbird. Older restoration, road worthy. 10 months registration (ABIRDY) Auto 352 motor. Now has Holly electronic fuel injections. Mechanically good, a few chips in paint. Chrome good, well cared for. Always garaged. New vinyl roof, new Hydraulic Rams and motor for roof. Left Hand Drive. Very reliable car, would drive anywhere.
1972 GMC 1500 ‘Super Custom’ Fleetside Longbed pickup truck powered by a 5.7L 350cui Chev V8 engine and driven by a TH350 3-spd column automatic transmission. This truck was a Californian resident and is a ‘rust free’ and straight body truck that overall is in very good condition, it is very reliable and runs, sounds and drives great. 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