Introduced in late 1935 as a 1936 model, the Lincoln-Zephyr was extremely modern for its time with a low raked windscreen, integrated fenders and streamlined aerodynamic design. The cars were luxuriously appointed and were priced less than the traditional K-series, yet still offered the prestige of a twelve-cylinder engine. The silky smooth, 70-degree V12 was derived from Ford’s venerable Flathead V8, and boasted 110hp from 267 cubic inches. The name "Zephyr" was derived from the Greek word “Zephyrus” which translates to “God of the West Wind”. The Zephyr is credited as the first successful streamlined American car due in part to the prow-like front grille which reflected the popularity of leisure speedboats of the day. The model succeeded in reigniting sales at Lincoln dealerships in the late 1930s, and from 1941 model year, all Lincolns were Zephyr-based. Of the six body styles offered in the Zephyr line up, it is the three-window coupe that is the rarest and most desirable due to its flowing lines and purity of form. The car offered here is extremely rare, desirable and fully restored to original specifications. It is a magnificent example of this landmark Art Deco inspired vehicle and its "tear drop" styling makes it a recognisable classic. This is the first and most collectible year of the Zephyr three-window coupe series that Lincoln produced for only six years (1937 to 1942). This car has been kept in a temperature controlled environment for many years. A series HB car, it has the original L-head V-12 engine (267.3 cubic inch) which is smooth and powerful. The transmission is the original 3 speed sliding gear unit and the car has its original 4-wheel mechanical drum brakes and desirable Columbia rear axle for highway cruising. Finished in a stunning gloss black, this car has not been modified in any way - it is a true survivor. The dash, headlining, upholstery, engine bay, trunk and under body are all in exceptional condition. It has the original rear fender skirts that complete the sleek and unique styling of any three-window coupe Zephyr. This is a rare opportunity to buy one of these cars that has not been chopped, modified or hot-rodded. A must for the true Lincoln collector. Genuine enquiries only please. If you are seeking a different year three-window Zephyr coupe, please let me know. Car currently in the USA - $US 155,000 or $AUD 240,000 landed
VK Berlina 74,000 original klms xxx PRICE REDUCED xxx Carby 3.3 six cylinder, Auto, Aircon , Books Factory entrusted ,100% rust free body RAA marked for life , Full metal jacket Interior like new , factory seat covers never taken off Boot Capet like new , hardly used all factory markings etc Drives like new , Good tyres Does need some paint touched up so if sold for asking price will be done prior Otherwise have a look and will reduce price if prefer to get it done yourself if you know someone Nothing hide too good to modify,Not fussed if it sells , love it just don’t use it much PRICE REDUCED MUST SEE VK SS BROCK REPLICA CALAIS LSA LS1
Excellent condition. 3 door hatch back. Electric sun roof. 5 speed manual. Power steering. Central locking. Air conditioning. Twin carbs. 5 mag wheels. New tyres. Recently serviced. 58,000 kms genuine. Eligible for historic registration. Original am/fm radio and cassette player.
1963 HOLDEN EH SPECIAL. EH purchased from OG Roberts & Co., Holden dealers of Mount Gambier on 8/11/63 by Mrs Susan Williams and stayed with the family in the south east for most of its life until in recent years sold to a gent in the McLaren Vale area where it was restored. Comes with all books and matching original 179 motor, going strong and smooth and now for the Holden collector. WAI818
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.
Hard Top Convertible Two Door 5 Speed Auto Unmarked, unmolested in any way. Genuine Mileage. Original Books. Always garaged and serviced. Full History available Will consider offers over $15000 Ask for Brian
For sale my 1966 Mustang, I have had a fair bit of work done to it. Have receipts for all work done. Runs great and has no rust. Great cruiser or everyday driver. Currently on club rego. The car starts, drives, and changes gears as you would expect from such a beautifully maintained vehicle. The interior is in excellent condition with near perfect carpets (Plus mats), new door linings and seats which are in great condition. The '66 Mustang was the last to have lashings of chrome on the dashboard which really makes the interior a special place to be. This Ford Mustang Coupe combines performance and features making it one of the most desired cars on the market. Only travelled 25000km. This represents great value and not looking to drop the price. Feel free to sms or email me thanks.
This is an excellent base to start on for an Aussie car collector. It has cold factory Air conditioning, Power Steering and unmarked Velour Upholstery. The engine is sweet and requires nothing doing to it. Even the carpet is factory original and not worn out. The gear box changes smoothly. The books are with the car and all it’s service history is filled out for you to inspect. The car was originally sold by Smith’s of Port Adelaide in December 1980. It has dual fuel with both working as they should. Even the number plates are rare and worth a bit of money on their own. The car is on Club Registration and can not be transferred. The on road performance is excellent as it belonged to an 86 year old man who drove it occasionally but kept it in good mechanical order. You could hop in this car right now and drive it around Australia. THE PRICE IS NON NEGOTIABLE. PLEASE DON'T ASK AS YOU ALREADY KNOW THE ANSWER.