Immaculate and little driven. Has been in the family since new (originally my mother's car.). Kept garaged and registered for occasional Sunday outings. Even has 1974 Mercedes car care kit in boot, along with original analogue radio. Selling for health reasons. Except for digital radio fitted, car is in absolute original condition.
1944 TA22 1600 LT Celica, immaculate original condition 2 owners since new, garaged rarely driven,log books and workshop manual, new tyres, timing chain renewed, radiator renewed, front struts rebuilt and updater, rear shocks replaced with gas units, brakes all renewed with new flex hoses at front brakes, all window rollers and rubbers renewed. Beautiful little car a car enthusiasts dream.
1976 FORD GRAN TORINO (starsky & hutch) This 1974 Ford Torino is the real deal this vehicle was the main car used in the Starsky and Hutch Film made in 2004 with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson. The car was named after the city of Turin (Torino, in Italian), which is considered the Detroit (primary automobile production city) of Italy. The Torino was initially an upscale version of the intermediate sized Ford Fairlane, which Ford produced between 1962 and 1970. After 1968, the Fairlane name was retained for the base models with lower levels of trim than those models which wore the Torino name. During this time, the Torino was considered a subseries to the Fairlane. By 1970 Torino had become the primary name for Ford’s intermediate, and the Fairlane was now a subseries of the Torino. In 1971 the Fairlane name was dropped altogether and all Ford intermediates were called Torino. This name was one of several originally proposed for the Mustang while in development. The Torino was essentially a twin to the Mercury Montego line. Specifications Reconditioned Ford 351 V8 starts first go and runs great Reconditioned 3 speed automatic gearbox Reconditioned diff ( factory specifications ) Car was restored and rebuilt for the 2004 film and has being garaged ever since and still presents very well ( nothing to spend )
Chevrolet Nova ll The Nova was introduced in 1962 to become Chevys original compact car but in 1967 that all changed with the SS option that turned this little compact car into a muscle car but in 1968 the Nova came out with its new shape that everyone truly fell in love with. 1968 Nova ll is truly an iconic Car this Nova has undergone a full restoration and has had an open cheque book to build her giving one of the best examples on the road today, the Nova is Immaculate inside and out. · Dynamic Blue Paint . Fisher Body · 350 Chev Motor with Edelbrock carby and intake . Big aftermarket aluminium radiator ( never runs hot ) . Big aftermarket auto trans cooler · Aftermarket ignition system · Turbo 400 gearbox with Promatic 2 Hurst shifter · All new upgraded Vented Disc Brakes all round · New Chrome air filter, rocker cover and alternator · New black leather Interior · New Mag Wheels · New Tyres . Limited slip differential . All 4 windows wind down . New Pioneer head unit with aux connection · Done Less than 3000ks Since Restoration, the majority of the parts on this car look brand new Originally this Nova was a Manual Car and everything is still there to put it back to a Manual but because the owner preferred an Auto he had the Auto fitted instead, nothing has been chopped away and the pedal assembly comes with the car if it was to be changed back to a manual.
1968 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE / ROADRUNNER Here at road rage industries we have one of the cleanest 68 Plymouth's in australia, this car has been extensively restored over a 7 year period to the point of every nut and bolt being replaced, every panel resembling brand new condition, the interior looking like it just came off the showroom floor and with everything else working and running like brand new, driving this car out of our showroom will feel like leaving the plymouth dealer back in 68 with a brand new peice of american muscle. Further Specifications below Reconditioned Chrysler 383 V8 Reconditioned 4 speed manual with pistol grip shifter Reconditioned Diff ( factory specifications ) Extractors ( 4 to 1 ) x2 14 inch mag wheels which suit the car very well giving that original look BF Goodrich Radial T/A tyres all around 1968 Plymouth Satellite / Roadrunner. Forget the niceties, Plymouth wanted a bare-knuckle, muscle-car fighter. With all the subtlety of a jar of nitroglycerin, the Plymouth Road Runner was pure explosive brawn. It’s one of the all-time great performance-car names. With a big block 383-cubic-inch V-8 engine, the Road Runner struck fear into the hearts of the Saturday night country-road, drag-racing crowd. Before unleashing the first Road Runner in 1968, Plymouth licensed the Road Runner name and likeness from Warner Brothers.
1968 Chevelle SS Original 396 4 speed .vin number car 138378A138300 Beautifully finished car done right with all the good bits, has no rust super clean Pro Street car. pix tell the story must see to appreciate big $$$$ build un molested with no tubs cage or chopped chassis . Will sell with Full Qld rego mod plated and lo2 for 90k.Have left rego of for now if goes interstate . Car was built in Atlanta by venom speed shop 17 in front 15 x10 rear black weld alumastar mags Car makes 784HP at the wheels with 973FT-LBS on PUMP GAS AT 8PSI of boost With very lazy street tune , With 12psi good tune would easly go over 1000hp @ wheels . Engine is good for well over 1800hp -Engine 540CI Big M Dark Block stoked to 555CI 10to1 compression Dart Iron Eagle heads, Diamond Racing pistons, Callie Rods and Eagle forged Crank shaft professionally built in usa BIG turbo Solid Roller Cam with Roller Lifers, Hogan intake, Stainless steel works custom manifold. Built by Fulton Competition. Twin Precision 67mm turbo Big front mount intercooler, NO LAG at all very streetable and so aggressive with the latest holley dominator injection . -tran/diff/suspenion ATI custom T350 Reverse pattern Transbreak rated and recommded by ATI 10 inch converter 3000 stall 1000hp Strange engineering chrome molly drive shaft, 12 bolt POSI 3.23, Hotchkis uppers and southside lower lift bars fully adjustable , Hotchkis rear sway bar. Tubular front control arms . -Computer and ignition 8.5k us just spent on full new wiring harness, rewired and top of the range Holly pro Dominator EFI with full Digital dash, brand new MSD distributor and coil on crank trigger . This car is 100% street drivable interior is very clean dyno matted fresh carpet with bucket seats this chevelle will not disappoint
Twelve cylinder engines are synonymous with Ferrari. In fact, Enzo Ferrari’s very first car, the 1947 125S was powered by a 1.5 Litre V12 engine. Throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s the majority of Enzo’s masterpieces were powered by V12 engines of varying capacity. Interestingly all of these cars had the engine located in the front. Cross town rivals Lamborghini introduced their stunning Miura in 1966, which was powered by a transversely mounted V12 engine located behind the driver. This spectacular car took the motoring world by storm and sent shock waves throughout Ferrari HQ in Maranello. Ferraris answer, the 365 GTB/4 Daytona, was a fabulous motor car in its own right, but there was always something about the mid-engined sports car that gave it an edge. It took until 1971 for Ferrari to unveil its first mid-engined sports car, the 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer. The Boxer was very well received and it ultimately went into production and replaced the Daytona in 1973. Interestingly Ferrari opted for a ‘flat 12’ rather than a V12 engine configuration. The engine was mounted longitudinally rather than transversely as Lamborghini did with the Miura. The Boxer was a great success for Ferrari and along with the Lamborghini Countach was one of the very real ‘supercars of the seventies’. The 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer (387 cars built) was replaced by the 512 Berlinetta Boxer (929 cars built) in 1976, which was then replaced by the 512 BBi (1007 cars built) in 1981. The Boxer was ultimately replaced by the Testarossa (or ‘red head’ so named to commemorate the fabulous Ferrari race cars of the 1950’s – the Testa Rossas) in 1984. Oldtimer Australia has had the privilege of selling a number of Ferrari 365 and 512 Berlinetta Boxers over the years and we know these cars very well. We are absolutely delighted to offer for sale this incredible 1978 Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer or 512BB as the car is often referred. This particular car is an Australian delivered, factory right hand drive example that was collected as a tourist delivery new from the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy by its first owner in May 1978. He kept the car at his home in Monaco, using it in the UK and Europe before bringing it to Australia (Sydney) in April 1984. He owned the car through until February 1995 at which time the mileage was 9,399 miles. The car’s second owner was also in Sydney and he owned the car for some eight years before selling in February 2003. The mileage then was 16,585 miles. The car was repainted in October 2001. The third owner of this 512BB, who was in Adelaide, acquired the car in February 2003. He was a passionate Ferrari enthusiast who also used the car sparingly during his ten years of ownership. When the car was sold to its fourth owner, based in Perth, in February 2013 the odometer was at 20,143 miles. The car was again sold in February 2017 to a collector and it is now surplus to his requirements. Today the odometer reads 20,477 miles. The car presents immaculately inside and out. It starts easily on a turn of the key and soon settles into a smooth idle. After driving this 512BB for five minutes it is very obvious that this is a wonderfully sorted car. The engine pulls like a train, the gear change is tight and the car performs as one would expect . . . it’s magnificent. And the sound . . . just wow! The paint work is excellent and it is vibrant with a great depth of colour. The red (rosso corsa) / satin black colour scheme is iconic on a Boxer and it is complemented beautifully by the magnolia (tan) and black interior. The panel gaps are excellent all round and both doors, the front & rear clips open and close like they would have done back in 1978. The car is as clean inside as it is outside. The cockpit is just a lovely place to be. The seats, door cards, dash etc. are all immaculate and ‘like new’. Even the carpets are in great shape! All of the instruments, controls and the (often worn) gear shift knob are similarly in excellent condition. Under the front clip everything is also very clean and in excellent condition. The engine bay is immaculate and the only thing we have picked that is not correct on the car is that the air cleaner box covers look to have been repainted in the wrong shade! The wheels are ‘clean’ and the car is fitted with correct Michelin XWX tyres. In 2011 the car was treated to a major mechanical overhaul which included: the removal and refurbishment of both cylinder heads, the replacement of all the exhaust valves, the head gaskets & seals were replaced and the timing belts and tensioners replaced. The carburettors were also re-built and a new exhaust system heat wrap was applied. The car was last serviced by Barbagallo Ferrari in Perth in July 2016. This classic Ferrari has to be one of the most original, well cared for, low mileage and fully maintained 512BB’s on the planet, period! Highlights: – An Australian delivered, factory RHD example. – A documented 20,477 miles from new. – Full books in the original wallet. – Original tool kit, jack kit and accessory light. – Super rare fitted luggage, including: brief case, large suit case, garment / suite bag and an overnight bag. – Two sets of keys. – Factory spare wheel (not used). – The original period correct AWA Clarion radio cassette player. – A comprehensive history file with (probably) every receipt for work ever done to the car! – Factory sales literature. With only 101 factory RHD cars built, it would be hard to find better. Price – enquire.
1970 Ford Torino Supercharged 351 V8 Coupe Green with cream interior. LHD auto. QLD classic rego. Marti report. Owned since Feb 2014 only for sale to fund new business venture. Serious buyers only. Email Glenstorino@gmail.com as rural phone signal is not good.
Location: Yamanto QLD, 4305. Older restoration in USA some years ago. Since being imported about 6 years ago previous owner has put a lot of money into the following to make it a drivable traditional rod: -Rodtech 4 inch dropped axle -Reset leaf spring rear and reversed eyes front. -Traditional Juice brake conversion with HQ master. -Dropped headlight bar -Tube shock absorbers front and rear -16 inch wires with 6.00 16 fronts and 7.00 16 firestone rears. -Rebuilt 4 banger (Sleeves, alloy pistons, rings, bearings, water pump, crank crack tested etc.) -Counterweighted crank -Block has been crack and Pressure tested -Cam regrind -Stromberg downdraught Carby -Late model Distributor with electronic points. -12 volt conversion with alternator. -12 volt fuel pump -Battery isolator with battery in boot -H4 headlight inserts -Hotdog muffler and side pipe. +more Receipts for most of this are with vehicle. All this adds up to a Model A that holds the road well and is easy to drive at all speeds. Perfect for the upcoming Model A 90th birthday at Gulgong, cruising with a couple of mates hanging out the back. Car drives goes well, engine feels strong. Awesome traditional cruiser. I cruise at 80km/h at about 1900rpm quite comfortably. Please feel free to come have a look. $29,900 Any more questions contact me. Call after 5 if a weekday.
'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.
1967 Impala, 396 factory big block, matching numbers, log books and protecto plate, cold air con, power steer, power brakes, power windows, twin exhaust, old school Ansen chrome Mag wheels, original survivor car.