Here is a beautiful gold 1967 Oldsmobile Toronado Luxury Coupe The Luxury edition had an extra special interior and full disc decorative hubcaps. This car is also loaded with the following extras - Power windows - Power Strato-bench Seat - Power Steering - Air-conditioning - Wonderbar radio - tilt / telescopic column and Tinted glass. The interior is in excellent condition and will not disappoint. I have owned this car since 2001. I am now downsizing and will not have room to garage it in the future. It has always been in a lined, insulated garage during my ownership and is in very good condition, bone dry and laser straight. It has had an older repaint which is showing a little wear here and there but still presents very well (see the pics). The chrome is in good order as well. It drives beautifully and is fully road registered here in NSW until June 2018. The engine is the standard 425 cu inch 4 barrel version. The twin exhaust system has been replaced by me about 5 years ago. It has also had the drum brakes redone about 3 years ago. These were done to ensure the car was maintained in good order and was reliable. The car has been used infrequently and in the time I have owned it I have done no more than 1,800 miles. The speedometer is showing just over 3 miles which indicates to me that it "more than likely" would be 103,400 miles. Everything works as it should and the car drives beautifully. This model is quite hard to find in this condition even in the US and is a true classic. Please call me to arrange an inspection or for further pics or detailed information
1971 HQ HOLDEN MONARO LS 350 V8. Genuine 1971 HQ LS Monaro 350 V8 with original plates and letter of Authenticity from Holden. Roller 350 Chev engine and steel crank. Turbo 350 full manual valve with reverse pattern, trans brake & 5000 stall converter. Ford 9`` diff, 4.88 gears, Mosler axle with coil over shockers. Full race Nascar setup. Full custom wiring, full square tubs, engine plate and sub frame convertors. Convo Pros 15 x 10 / 29/12.5 Tyre 15 x 3.5. Paint is 2pac finish in Lagoon Blue. Full custom interior including boot, custom dash with liquid filled auto meter gauges, and upholstery is black with blue insert. Fully engineered for engine and rear end. Has run 10.7 sec Qtr mile at Adelaide International Raceway. Full SA registration. Adelaide, SA car. Ref: 4761
Genuine Salamanca Red 1973 HQ 350 Monaro. First registered as a brand new car in New Zealand in March 1974. Matching numbers with all tags in place. Running the factory original 350 V8 engine, turbo 400 automatic and LSD. Optioned with the rare factory steel electric sun roof and power steering. Interior re-trimmed in original Doeskin upholstery with Herringbone cloth inserts. The car was restored in 2008 to its original specifications including original Quadrajet carby and exhaust manifolds. Current owner since 2004. Great cruiser and mechanically perfect. South Island, New Zealand car. Ref: 4738
1969 HT MONARO GTS 350 V8 BATHURST. Near impossible to find factory HT GTS Monaro Bathurst 350 manual. Concourse restored in 2012 and 2012 Monaro Nationals Grand Champion winner. Sebring orange/black trim. All matching numbers 350 V8 and Muncie 4 speed. Just one word describes this car - STUNNING. Jaw dropping gorgeous. Well just bloody perfect. Genuine 58,000 miles with LOG BOOKS. Faultless condition throughout. Nationals trophies included. Perth, WA car. Ref: 4669
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Purchased from the USA in 2012 from a one owner deceased estate (so I'm the 2nd owner) The car has electric windows, electric drivers seat, power steering and air-conditioning as standard. It runs the original 430 engine, but has had the heads rebuilt to suit unleaded fuel. The car has it's faults, but so does every car of this age...... but it is free from rust. Also comes with the original owners manual and number plate from it first registration. Serious buyers only please and no tyre kickers.
1969 Ford Thunderbird 4 door sedan, Barn find with a 429 big block engine and c6 automatic transmission, has thunderjet carburettor, Runs and starts fine, will be able to drive on trailer. Interior is in good condition for age.
They called it The Boss and for two short years it ruled the muscle car scene in the US, establishing itself as one of the greatest road and race cars of the era. Now, it’s one of the most collectible. The 1969–70 Boss 302 (Hi-Po) engine was created in 1968 for the SCCA's 1969 Trans-Am road racing series. Available in the Boss 302 Mustangs of 1969–70, it's a unique Ford small-block engine featuring a thin-wall, high nickel content block casting. It differed substantially from regular 302s, with 4-bolt mains, screw in freeze plugs, and heads using a canted valve design being developed for the planned 351 Cleveland (which debuted the following year). The construction was aided by the two engines sharing a cylinder head bolt pattern, though the Boss 302 heads had to have their coolant passages slightly modified. The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda. The name "Boss" came about when Shinoda was asked what project he was working on, he answered "the boss's car" because the project was a secret. Also Shinoda had called it the "Boss" as an homage to the new President of Ford Semon "Bunkie" Knudson who had brought Shinoda over from GM's Chevrolet Division after Knudson had left. The Boss 302 C.I.D. (Hi-Po), engine was a created by combining a Ford Windsor (Assembly Plant) 302 cubic inch engine block with "large valve" Ford Cleveland (Assembly Plant) 351 cubic inch engine cylinder heads. This optional engine, and indeed the entire vehicle package, including handling and aerodynamic aids, was made available for the express purpose of meeting the homologation guidelines to compete in the SCCA Trans-Am series, which limited engine displacement to 302 C.I.D. (5.0L) in order to compete. The 1970 car could accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 6.9 seconds. The quarter mile (~400 m) took 14.6 seconds at 98 mph (158 km/h). The Ford entry for 1969 and 1970 Trans Am series was the Boss 302 Mustang. The factory effort was headed up by Bud Moore, who fielded two cars in the 1970 season, and won the championship that year. This example is an all matching numbers restored 1970 BOSS 302 Ford Mustang. The Boss Mustang platform experienced racing success in Australia, with Canadian-born driver Allan Moffat, driving his Coca-Cola-sponsored Mustang to a recorded 101 wins from 151 starts. Moffat's car was a gift from Ford's American in-house race car fabrication and engineering facility, Kar Kraft, and finished off by Bud Moore Engineering. Moffat raced the Mustang in the Australian Touring Car Championship (ATCC) from 1969–1972. The car was originally sold in Lamar County, Georgia USA. Built in October of 1969 and sold by J.R. Smith Motor Company and feature all original sales receipts, warranty card, log books, build sheets, Marti report and all know history. - Showing 48,800 miles on odometer...... This car was Metuchen built and features: - Wimbledon white paint # 1619-A / Black Rhino Corinthian bucket seats / 3.50 Traction lock 9 inch axle ratio / four speed close ratio top loader gearbox / AM radio / front spoiler
2015 PORCHE 911 991 TURBO INTERCOOLED It's much bigger these days, but the Porsche 911's outline still carries the charm of the original. For decades, the 911 Turbo has been the stuff of legends, and it remains so today. With a monstrous 540 hp on tap and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic doing the shifting, Porsche’s all-wheel-drive supercar can hit 60 mph in less than three seconds. The exterior styling is timelessly gorgeous, and its luxurious interior makes this precious road rocket a genuine pleasure to drive on any road, at any time. Inside, the Porsche 911 has, for the first time, a large center console. The basic design was first seen in the Panamera sedan, and here is executed with perhaps greater effect. While there are a lot of buttons on the central spine, it's much sleeker and more intuitive than the Panamera's layout, while the dash, steering wheel, and other details fit perfectly with the 911's sporting aptitude and daily-driver comfort. The 911 Turbo boosts output to 540 horsepower with a pair of turbochargers added to the 3.8-liter engine, rocketing to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds with the aid of launch control and standard all-wheel drive. With leather upholstering the seats, across the dash, and many other places in the cabin, the 2015 Porsche 911 feels and looks more like a typical luxury sedan than a bare-bones sports car.
This little US Legend Car is ready for you to race it holds 5 lap records in the CAMS Hill Climb Championship it has a full CAMS Log Book and a Reverse Gear( a requirement of CAMS) the price is NEG but i will NOT take any stupid offers as this little Legend is priced to sell