This immaculate vehicle would have to be one of the best Broncos in the country. It has all the standard features of a Bronco including air conditioning. It runs on petrol and gas and is completely rust free and has been rustproofed. It has also been fitted with an electronic rust deterrent system from brand new. It has only covered 214000km and is mechanically perfect. The car has been maintained by an old school mechanic and it requires absolutely nothing.
1958 skyliner this car is only for sale due to house purchase, this 1958 is in great but not Concourse condition. One of only 1000 registered 58s in the world is an older resto but Car still is in great shape , disc front end and drives beautifully. Price is firm as it is Priced to sell, price doesn’t include ARC 45 in car record stacker will sell with car at extra cost
Super rare genuine 1971 Buick GS Stage 1- 455 Ram Air, Original one of 801 made. One of less than 128 made in triple Black. All matching numbers engine, T400 auto with VIN, and 3.42 diff. Original TS heads, factory carby, dizzy, , A/C, P/S. Original purchase receipts, history and pics Protector plate. Full rotisserie restoration completed in US decade ago - no replaced panels. No rust. Recorded in the stage 1 registry online. Awesome torque monster engine built to 70 specs - Hemi killer. 20 X 10 wheels or with original wheels. Immaculate Rare muscle car has original spare tyre! Original 93000 mls. Great investment. No text messages .Please only genuine buyers who know real muscle cars. Rarer than Camaro, Chevelle or Pontiac.
RELUCTANT SALE I have been the owner since 1981 (second owner), and it has been garaged since 1981. It has been well kept over the years; I have records from day 1. This vehicle has been maintained at all times and features; * New (reconditioned) motor approx. 40,000 km ago * Reconditioned steering box 6 months ago. * No air conditioning or power steering. * Very reliable unit, but unfortunately the time has come that I can't drive it any more. PLEASE: No tyre-kickers! For further information please call Colin (no texts please) on the number provided or send an email.
1976 HOLDEN TORANA LX HATCHBACK, MINT JULIP, 5.0L V8, 3 SP AUTOMATIC, BLACK GOLF BALL TRIM SILVER DASH, 14" GTS WHEELS 245 FRONT , 265 REAR TYRE, DROP TANK, FLARES. FINANCE AVAILABLE, TRADES AND SWAPS WELCOME AND INTERSTATE TRANSPORT AVAILABLE.
289 C4 RHD GT bonnet, fog lamps, engine and auto rebuilt, upper and centre consuls, fold down rear seats, nice trim, new carpet, dash pad, new brakes and front end mirror conversion, power steer, new dual exhaust, still has red primer on floor.
British Racing Green, good condition, no known rust, leather upholstery, VGC, mechanically good, motor runs well, elect sun roof, keyless entry, lamb’s wool front seats, tyres good but 9 years old, always garaged, selling due to health and age condition.
EK Sedan. Has never had rust. 202 trimatic with column selector. Disc front Brakes with power booster. HR rear brakes. Extra leaf in rear springs with lowering blocks. 3.36 Limited slip differential. Desert Cooler Radiator. Electronic Ignition. Diamond dot radio. Flow through heater. Proper whitewall tyres - not flappers. Seat belts for 6 people. Runs perfectly. Original upholstery in excellent condition. Original books and keys in glovebox. I have owned this car for 15 years. Lots of Nasco accessories as per pics. Fully engineered with Blue Queensland Mod Plate. Roadworthy Certificate supplied for Qld if required.
The MG A was introduced with great success in 1955, and quickly became one of the most sought after British roadsters of the day. While MG are widely known for their open-top sports cars, the A was offered in open-top and coupe models. With a stiffer, more streamlined body and the addition of a few extra options, the MG A Coupe outdoes its Roadster sibling in both performance and comfort. Only 1452 Coupes were produced in 1960, compared with the 15,000 roadsters, making this model a true collectable which is highly desirable in today’s market. This factory right-hand-drive example was built on the 22nd November 1960, and was sold new in Australia. Masterfully restored in 2003 with complete originality in mind, this vehicle presents in Chariot Red over a contrasting Beige interior, as it did when it left the factory. The paintwork, chromework and interior are immaculate, and the restoration is documented with detailed photographs and receipts. Sporting an eager 1600cc Inline-4, this car delivers a powerful, raw driving experience. The 4-speed manual gearbox shifts seamlessly, making the car a pleasure to drive. An engine rebuild was carried out at the time of restoration, and the vehicle has travelled only 10,000 miles since then. This car is ready to be driven and enjoyed. With photos of the restoration, receipts for maintenance, and a British Motor Industry Heritage Certificate, this example has a fantastic documented history. Only 66 right-hand-drive Coupes were exported in 1960, making this an extremely rare motor car that would complement any collection. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
As an icon of 50’s style and luxury, the Lincoln Continental Mk II was an attempt to rival the greatest of the pre-War era, or anything in Europe. Unveiled at the Paris Auto Show in 1955, the Mark II was at the pinnacle of automotive luxury at the time, and contrasted the typical chrome-laden and flamboyant styling of the era with simplistic, understated lines. This resulted in a sleek, elegant design that was an influence on the design for future models across all American manufacturers. With only 2996 of these iconic cars built, they are regarded as a rare and highly desirable classic. This example has been beautifully restored by its previous owner to highly original specifications. With a number of factory options such as air conditioning, power seats and power windows, this Mark II presents in Continental “Deep Red” with a contrasting cream interior. The original wheels and hubcaps remain on the vehicle, are wrapped in white wall tyres as they would have been on the showroom floor in 1956. The 368ci Y-block V8 is paired to a “Turbo Drive” 3-speed automatic gearbox, both of which have been fully reconditioned. All major mechanical components such as brakes, carburettors and water/power steering pumps were also overhauled in this process, resulting in an example that is a pleasure to drive. Ready to be driven off the showroom floor and enjoyed, this iconic vehicle would complement any garage or collection. PLEASE NOTE: Odometer in Miles *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
As one of the most popular cars to ever travel down a production line, the Chevrolet Bel Air is an American Icon. Even one who knows nothing of cars can identify with a Bel Air; they are an instantly recognisable classic. Produced consistently between1949 and 1980, these cars are a staple in the US motor industry setting the bar for comfort and style. Now, they are increasingly hard to find in good condition, and their classic 50’s styling have made them highly collectable. In immaculate condition, this 1957 Bel Air has been masterfully restored from the ground up. Presenting in the classic two-tone colour combination of Matador Red with India Ivory and a matching interior scheme, not an expense has been spared on this example. The paint-work and chrome are outstanding, and the original wheels and hubcaps are wrapped in white wall tyres, presenting as it would have on the showroom floor over 60 years ago. With rear spats and a continental kit, this Bel Air is the epitome of 50s styling. With a small block V8 and an automatic transmission, this car is powerful, and an easy driver that would make for a perfect cruiser. In excellent mechanical order, this example is ready to be driven off the showroom floor and enjoyed. Holding an important place in international motoring history, the Bel Airs elegant styling and rich pedigree make it a failsafe investment, and a rare collectable. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
The Land Rover Series 1 was the first Land Rover model produced from 1948 to 1958. This short wheel base 88 inch is in very good condition and is ready to be enjoyed. Fitted with off-road tyres on factory steel wheels, this is a tidy example inside and out. The interior trim has no tears and the canvas roof is in excellent condition, this vehicle is eligible for club registration. Mechanically simple and reliable the engine starts and runs well, and the gears shift smoothly. Known for rugged reliability and off-roading, now a cult classic, this series 1 will make a great collectable. Their value is constantly increasing particularly in the UK, Australian prices will follow making this a smart investment. *Test Drive and Viewing by Appointment Only
The W111 220S was a hugely successful model for Mercedes after World War II, combining the exclusivity and luxury of the earlier 300 series, with the simplicity, usability and affordability of the Pontons. Showcasing elegant 1960’s design, these classics set the bar for automotive engineering at the time and were a staple in the rich history of Mercedes-Benz. In excellent condition, this example was delivered new to Australia in 1963. Having travelled only 89,000 miles since new, this matching numbers “Finny” has been beautifully maintained, with the interior and paintwork in remarkable condition for its age. The leather interior is tear-free, and is beautifully accented with wooden trim and chrome finishes. With factory-straight panel gaps, this is an accident-free car that has been kept highly original. This 220S is a pleasure to drive, with a 2.2L Inline 6 mated to a 4-speed automatic gearbox. The power is instant and torquey, and the shifts are smooth and precise. This engine/gearbox combination results in a car that is easy to drive, and has no trouble keeping up in modern traffic. The luxury feel is one that transcends generations, and the usability of this classic is second to none. This 220S is an investment ready to be driven and enjoyed every day. Steadily increasing in desirability and rarity, this is an excellent opportunity to own an essential piece of Mercedes-Benz history. PLEASE NOTE: odometer is in Miles *Test Drive and Viewing by appointment only
The Ford Zephyr’s were produced between 1950 to 1972 by Ford of Britain available in 3 body shapes 4 door saloon, estate wagon and 2 door convertibles. This rare Mk1 convertible has been tastefully modified and restored into a mild custom cruiser with loads of character. You can’t miss this unique classic painted in bright orange with chrome wire wheels and white wall tires. Loads of chrome in excellent condition with additional driving lights finish off the exterior. On the inside the contrasting biscuit trim is in excellent condition with no tears and a modern CD player takes care of the tunes and additional gauges are installed to keep an eye on the hot motor. Mechanically upgraded with a Mk3 straight 6 cylinder fitted with triple SU carburettors, and extractors bring the engine alive and offer excellent performance and a Speco alloy rocker cover dresses up the engine bay. A Toyota Celica 5 speed gearbox and boosted brakes make for a refined driving experience and a great cruiser. A rare and unique classic with performance upgrades that make this a great car to drive and an excellent investment. *Test Drive and Viewing by appointment Only