1967 SS Chevy Camaro. Factory 350 V8, TH350 and 10 bolt diff. The body on this Camaro is unbelievable. It was bare metal rotisserie restored about 10 years ago. And only 3 weeks ago I had it "digitally tested" and it shows ZERO BOG. I also had it colour sanded, buffed and highly polished. It is dead straight and looks and is amazing. The interior is unrestored and in near perfect condition, it is factory black with white pin striping. the dash and instruments are excellent and all work. Hood lining, carpet and seat belts all great. The under side of the car is all great with no damage and front end perfect. The motor is the 350 V8 and is in excellent standard nick with a holley and extractors. The gearbox is the TH350 and is perfect as is the 10 bolt diff. The engine and gearbox have all been fully serviced and runs great. It still maintains it original drum brakes with booster and have just been rebuilt so stops great. the rims are Coys 20" rear and 18" fronts and have just been professionally restored and the rims shine like diamonds.
1975 GC Galant Coupe, has a BEAMS engine and six speed box running an Adaptronic ECU. Quad throttle bodies, tuned length extractors with 2 1/2 inch mandrel bend exhaust. VL commodore fuel pump ,131 rear wheel kw. New radiator with twin thermos and shroud. New brakes with slotted and dimpled rotors.GPS Speedo. New suspension with adjustable strut tops and custom swaybar. New leather interior plus original interior in good condition New bluetooth head unit with Sony speakers.Painted about 4 years ago in Holden Atomic Green. No rust. Peter Wherrett turbo Sigma wheels fully reco by Depulu wheels Gold Coast with Dunlop F1 tyres. Practically new everything , to much to list with a few spares as well. Only travelled approx 650klm since rebuild. Spent over $25K . Only 1500 Fully Imported Coupes delivered into Australia. Becoming very rare. Been in the family for 12 plus years. Reluctant sale. Call if more info required.
VERY LOW K'S, ONE MATURE OWNER WITH FULL DEALER SERVICE HISTORY, BALANCE OF NEW CAR WARRANTY UNTIL 17/11/19 ALSO HAS SERVICE PACK (no service cost) UNTIL 17/11/2021 OR 80,000 K'S INC, LEATHER TRIM, VOICE RECOGNITION BLUETOOTH, ELEC SUNROOF, GPS, UPGRADED SPORTS MULTI FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL WITH PADDLE SHIFT, REVERSE CAMERA, PARKING SENSORS, SELECTABLE DRIVING MODE, FRONT ELEC HEATED SPORTS SEATS, ROAD SIGN RECOGNITION, LAUNCH CONTROL, ALARM, COLOUR INFO SCREEN WITH PREMIUM SOUND AUDIO WITH IPOD / USB / AUX / DIGITAL RADIO AND HARD DRIVE, LANE WARNING, KEYLESS ENTRY, COLLISION WARNING, PERFORMANCE BRAKES WITH DRILLED AND SLOTTED DISC'S,, SPEED LIMITER, TELEMATICS MONITOR SERVICE, 19`` ALLOY WHEELS. 12 MONTHS AUST WIDE WARRANTY, SAFETY CERTIFICATE AND ALL ON ROAD COSTS INCLUDED. TRADE IN'S WELCOME, FINANCE AVAILABLE T.A.P. ATTRACTIVE FREIGHT OPTIONS AVAILABLE, LOCATED ON THE GOLD COAST FOR 20 YEARS, SEE THIS & MANY OTHER GREAT CARS AT CONSIGN A CAR, BUNDALL. CALL ROBERT ON 0404 340 229 OR 07 5526 8350
The Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced at the 1975 Paris Motor Show, essentially to replace the 246 Dino GT. The car was designed to fit between the top of the range 365 GT/4 Berlinetta Boxer and 2+2 308 GT/4. The car was released to critical acclaim and its sweeping Pininfarina design was admired by everyone who laid eyes on it. Originally the car was manufactured with a glass reinforced plastic (fibreglass) body to keep the weight down and it was powered by a three litre V8 engine with a dry sump. Only circa 800 fibreglass cars were built before Ferrari reverted to a more conventional steel body construction in 1977. Most markets also reverted to having a wet sump engine. In 1977 Ferrari introduced the 308 GTS, which was essentially the same car with a targa roof. The car was made famous through its appearance on the TV show Magnum PI. The model evolved into the 308 GTBi / 308 GTSi in 1980 when Bosch K-Jetronic mechanical fuel injection replaced the traditional Weber carburettors. Two years later the four valves per cylinder “Quattrovalvole” or “QV” was introduced. The 308 was an incredible success and circa 12,000 cars were built from 1975 to 1985 before the 328 was introduced. The 328 GTB / GTS was essentially an updated version of the 308 with the same engine as its predecessor, but with an increased capacity of 3185 cc. The styling remained similar though its overall profile was somewhat ‘softer’ and the car featured colour coded front and rear bumpers. By mid-1988 ABS brakes were available and these car were fitted with a convex shaped wheels. Interestingly 328 GTS production out numbered 328 GTB production by a factor of five to one. Oldtimer Australia has on offer a 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS. This particular car is an Australian delivered factory RHD example (compliance plate dated 3/89) that is understood to have been sold new by Ferrari Sydney. Whilst it has the convex shaped wheels the car is in fact a pre ABS model. The car’s first owner traded his Ferrari 308 for this 328 GTS enjoying the car for a number of years before it passed to its second owner in the mid 1990’s. The second owner was a well-known Ferrari Club stalwart who regularly used the car attending many rallies and Club events. In the mid 2000’s he traded the car on a Ferrari 355 and it then went to Perth, WA for its third owner. The car then came back to NSW in 2010 where it was repainted and bought up to its current condition and kept in storage until it was sold to the Gosford Classic Car Museum in 2015. The car was sold by Oldtimer Australia to its current owner in February 2016. A change in his circumstances have resulted in this car now being offered for sale. Today the car presents beautifully in its original colour scheme of ‘rosso corsa’ (paint code 300/9) with a tan leather interior. The paint work is virtually unmarked and stunning in every regard. The wheels are also in excellent condition, as is the trim, badges, glass etc. The panel gaps are very good. The car looks to be correct in every way and it drives as it should. Oldtimer Australia has sold a number of 328’s over the years and this one drives as well as any of them. It is an absolute delight to drive! The car starts easily and once on the open road it pulls strongly through the rev range and shifts through the gears smoothly. The car also handles and stops as it should. The interior is also in excellent condition belying of a car that is circa 28 years old. The seats, door cards, dash, instruments etc look to be original, however, the car was carpeted by a previous owner. The car has just been fitted with a new set of tyres and it is accompanied by the correct tool roll, jack kit and removable targa top cover which are all in excellent condition. The odometer reads 108,594 km. Listed price: AUD $179,950.
MG is one of the world’s most iconic motoring brands. Founded in 1924 by Cecil Kimber, MG (which are the initials for Morris Garages) produced some fabulous cars pre-war and enjoyed much success in motoring racing. A milestone for the company occurred in 1933 when an MG Magnette K3 became the first non-Italian car to win its class at the Mile Miglia. Today when someone mentions MG you immediately think of ‘the affordable, everyman’s sports car’, and particularly the MGB. It was, however, post-World War II that MG really brought the sports car to the people with the MG TC. The MG TA (built from 1936 – 1939) and MG TB (built from 1939 – 1940) were well regarded sports cars, but sold only in relatively small numbers. Introduced in 1945 the MG TC was in fact a very similar car to the MG TB, both visually and also mechanically sharing the same 1250 cc engine but with a slightly higher compression ratio. Whilst only built as right hand drive America fell in love with the MG TC and many cars were sold to American serviceman serving in the UK and Europe at the end of the war. In fact everyone loved the TC and cars were sold to all points of the globe! Over six years of production MG sold 10,000 MG TC’s. The MG TC was succeeded by the MG TD in 1945 and circa 30,000 cars were built before being replaced by the MG TF in 1953. Just under 10,000 TF’s were built of which one third had the 1500 cc engine. The T Series MG’s were replaced by the MGA in 1955. The MGA was introduced to compete with the new and very fresh Austin Healey. This model was a completely new design which proved to be another great success story for BMC. In total just over 100,000 MGA’s were built from 1955 through until 1962. When introduced the MGA was powered by a 1489cc four cylinder engine and the first MGA’s were often referred to as MGA 1500. The MGA power plant went through a number of improvements through the models life, including an increase to 1588cc in 1959 (MGA 1600) and then to 1622cc in 1961 (MGA Mark II). MG also introduced a high performance version of the MGA, the MGA Twin Cam in 1958. The MGA was available as both a convertible and coupe, however, less than 10% of total production were coupes making these cars quite rare today. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale this lovely 1959 MGA 1500 Coupe. The car is an early 1959 production with the 15GD type engine. The chassis number prefix of HMR23 confirms the car is a factory RHD coupe, export model that was originally finished in old english white. The car’s early history is not known, however, it is understood to have been traded to MG specialists Abingdon Motors in Brisbane in the early 2000’s. The car was treated to a very high standard restoration and subsequently purchased by an MG enthusiast who lived on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland on the 9th February 2004. At that time the odometer showed c81,000 miles. The car remained in his ownership for the next seventeen years before being acquired by its current owner some twelve months ago. He has decided to replace the MGA with an MGA Twin Cam, hence, this car is now offered for sale. Today the odometer reads 85,114 miles which confirms the car has been used sparingly since it was restored. The condition of the car today is simply stunning. The paintwork remains fresh with a good depth of colour. There is the odd blemish or stone chip evident but you have to look hard. All of the exterior chrome, trim and glass are also in very good condition. The only exception being the front badge which is cracked. The interior remains pretty much ‘as new’ and in fabulous condition all round. A modern radio is fitted with speakers discretely mounted under the dash. In c2006 the car’s then owner decided to fit an MGB engine (which was fully rebuilt) into the car to improve its drivability and performance. At that time chrome wire wheels were also fitted to the car. The original engine from the car and wheels (which are all in good condition) will accompany the car. There is also a modern jack and hammer to remove/replace the wire wheels. The MGA Coupes are quite rare and it would be hard to find a better example. Listed price AUD $47,500
Low miles, very good body, no dents, needs paint only, chrome excellent. New w/w, tyres and fuel tank. Less than 20,000 miles on recoed motor, minor upholstery repairs needed. This is a very good California car with 2 previous owners, import papers supplied with car.
This beautiful T/Top T/Bird was purchased last year from the Vice President of the Vintage Thunderbird Club of North America. The T/Top option was only offered by Ford on the Thunderbird in 1978/79. They were limited in production and modified by a company called "Cars and Concepts Skylight" which had it's own international dealer network. The first factory T/Roof convertible Thunderbirds rolled off the Chicago assembly line on Wednesday, March 1st 1978 and the Los Angeles plant followed with it's first on Monday March 27th 1978. These T/Top's also known as T/Roof Convertibles are getting very hard to find in America, especially in this condition. A website registry of T/Top options currently registered in the USA shows approximately 19. They are very rare in Australia. I know of only one other at this time. The tempered glass roof panels remove easily and are stored in their own special padded pouches in the trunk (see photos). The vehicle is the ultimate "Summer Days" convertible or "Summer Nights" moon roof cruiser. The vehicle runs and drives perfectly. It is fitted with a brand new 351 ci Windsor engine recently rebuilt by the previous owner in America. I have rebuild paperwork and specs of the new long motor. Finished off with the dual exhaust system and Flowmasters the car runs and sounds sweet. Special made 1 of show wheels in the magazine photo, do not go with car. The American racing wheels shown on the website photos go with the car, are in excellent condition with good tyres. I also have the original factory 12 slot rims if you prefer and they go with the car. The chrome, grille, and exterior trim and mouldings are original and in very good condition. The professional repainted exterior is in very good to excellent condition. It looks black in the shade or poor light but the actual colour is dark cranberry metallic. It is a Ford USA colour and I have the paint code and some touch up if needed. I have included a side on photo taken at Midday in full sun near a boat ramp. It more closely shows the actual colour. Most of the interior is original and very clean. The front and rear seats have been recently re-upholstered and has new hood lining. Also, new rubber weather stripping has been fitted to the doors. The trunk has also been recently recarpeted and the engine bay is very neat with the new engine (see photos). The sound system has been upgraded and is a big improvement on the original. The car is a delight to drive and has full Australian compliance. It is currently registered and comes with a RWC.
This 1967 Oldsmobile 442 has had a new two pack paint in true red and black. New black upholstery. New white letter tyres. Daisy mags. New exhaust system. Sounds great. New alloy radiator. New Rochester carb. New battery. New glass screen. New brakes. New steering wheel. It also has a stereo and a big tacho, the engine and gearbox are excellent. No oil leaks, drive anywhere. Nothing to spend. Power windows and steering.
Original Z28 car with heavy duty suspension, Z28 steering wheel & full dash cluster, factory wheels fitted with near new tires. We have original factory build sheet detailing these items plus the Z28 graphics. Car fitted with air which has been regased, power windows, power steering & the factory T-Bar auto with full length console. Has a very strong 350 V8 which runs well. MUST SELL going overseas!
1969 Mustang Mach 1, factory ``S`` code 390 V8, C6 Automatic. Genuine rust free California car restored to showroom condition. Car is mint condition everywhere you look, won't find a nicer '69 Mach1 for the money. Queensland registered and ready to go.
1984 Cadillac DeVille for sale From 1977 These Caddie’s got noticeably shorter, narrower and most importantly lighter… we are talking about the fuel crisis era now and by 1984 economy was a big thing. These Caddie’s kept the personal limo styling but just packaged it a lot more like a car just still loaded with luxury. This particular example was imported into Australia and RHD converted by Chapel engineering and it’s a great job, the dash is in very good order as is the grey leather interior. Power options include power windows, seats, antenna, trunk release and pull down, cruise control, garage door remote keypad, Am/Fm symphony sound cassette radio, power locks, twilight sentinel, 60/40 dual comfort. The engine is the ht4100 with 4 speed transmission. This car has been brought to us to be sold. Located at SEVEN82MOTORS Classic’s, Lowriders & Muscle cars, specializing in Australian & American car sales and available to view in the showroom at 132 Spencer Road, Nerang on the Gold Coast, Queensland. To Buy, Sell or Consign, please call us on 0755 966 566 or 0416407540 with inquires.