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  • RefCode: TA1109999
  • Body Type: Convertible
  • No. of Doors: 2

1996 Bentley Azure

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1115845
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

2017 HSV 30th Anniversary Senator Signature Build #001 BRAND NEW Car

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  • RefCode: TA1108766
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Coupe

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1143452
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 4,162

1936 Hudson Stratton Sports Saloon

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1131142
  • Body Type: Convertible
  • No. of Doors: 2

1960 Alvis TD21 Drophead Coupe

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1078037
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 6,223

1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1130850
  • Body Type: Soft Top
  • No. of Doors: 2

1937 Alvis 4.3 Litre Drophead Coupe by Vanden Plas

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1133622
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 1,146

More photos to follow soon. On 30th January 1920 the Toyo Cork Kogyo Co. Ltd was founded in Hiroshima, Japan. Initially, the company focused on the production of cork. In 1927 the company was renamed to Toyo Kogyo Co. Ltd. The company diversified; however, times were tough and it had to be saved from bankruptcy by the Hiroshima Savings Bank and other business leaders in Hiroshima in the late 1920s. In 1931 the company decided to start producing vehicles. The first vehicle produced by the company was a three wheeled open truck. Basically, the vehicle resembled a motorcycle with an open wagon or a truck bed and was called the Mazda-Go. In 1960 the Toyo Kogyo Co Ltd produced their first passenger car the Mazda R360. The R360 was known in Japan as a Kei car or city car. It had a 356cc rear mounted air-cooled V-twin engine and was available as a two door, four seat coupe. Around the same time, the second president of Toyo Kogyo Co Ltd, Tsuneji Matsuda, had a friend in Germany who told him all about a new type of engine the German company NSU Motorenwerke AG was developing. Matsuda was immediately interested and in 1961 Toyo Kogyo Co Ltd and NSU signed a study contract to further develop the Wankel engine as it was now known. In 1964 NSU was the first company to produce a car with a Wankel engine, the NSU Spider. It was superseded by the NSU RO 80 in 1967. NSU struggled with reliability issues and they had problems with the seals for the rotor in the engine which led to frequent engine failures. Toyo Koguo Co Ltd managed to solve that problem and in 1967 they produced their first Wankel engine powered car, the Mazda Cosmo 110S. To further distinguish themselves from other manufacturers, they called their version of the Wankel engine a rotary engine. In July 1968 the Mazda R100 was introduced. It was offered as a two-door coupe and a four door sedan. The Mazda R100was powered by a 982cc rotary engine. In 1970 the Capella was introduced with either a 1.5 or a 1.6 litre four-cylinder SOHC engine. Buyers of the Capella also had the option to choose a sportier model, the RX-2. The RX-2 was equipped with a 1146cc rotary engine. For Japanese buyers this came with an additional advantage. Road tax in Japan was based on engine size. Having a rotary engine equipped car meant they had the advantage of the small engine size which resulted in a lower road tax but the performance of a car with a much larger engine size. In 1971 the Mazda Grand Familia was introduced in Japan. It was sold as a Mazda 808 in some countries and as a Mazda 818 in others. It was offered as a two door coupe, a four door sedan and a five door station wagon. The Grand Familia series car was only offered with four cylinder engines. At the same time the Mazda Savanna was introduced. It was largely identical to the Grand Familia with the exception of the engine. The Savanna had a rotary engine. Outside of Japan the Savanna was sold as an RX-3. The Mazda Luce LA2 series was introduced in Japan in late 1972. The model would be exported as the RX-4 and Mazda had the lucrative American market in its sights. The Mazda RX-4 was a bigger car than the RX-2 /RX-3 and it was marketed as being sporty and luxurious in an attempt to appeal to a broader customer base. The RX-4 was available as a hardtop coupe, a sedan and a station wagon. Interestingly, the roots of the Mazda Luce date back to 1962 when Mazda signed a deal with Bertone to design a new mid-size saloon. The first prototype, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, was first shown at the 1963 Tokyo Motor Show. Production for the Luce started in July 1966 and the car was officially launched in August of that year. Initially, the car was powered by a four cylinder 1,490cc piston engine and had rear wheel drive. In 1968 the engine size was increased to 1,796 cc. In 1969 Mazda introduced the Luce R130 coupe which was powered by a 13A rotary engine and had front wheel drive, similar to the concept designed in 1965. It was the only front wheel drive rotary engine car Mazda ever built. It remained in production until 1972 and less than 1,000 examples were built. It was then superseded by the Luce LA2 series Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale an extremely low mileage, incredibly original, factory right hand drive 1973 Mazda RX-4 hardtop coupe. This particular model, with a chassis number prefix of LA22S is powered by Mazdas 12A rotary engine that is mated to a 4 speed manual gearbox. This car was sold new in Japan, so it is badged as a Luce GS. We always get excited when something special arrives in our showroom and this Mazda RX-4 hardtop coupe definitely ticks that box. This car is an INCREDIBLE TIME CAPSULE and it really belongs in a museum! The original service book confirms this car was sold new in Japan to its first owner on 18th July 1973. That is also the only entry in the service book which is no surprise as today the odometer shows 6,397 km from new. The original warranty card shows the car was delivered new to Setsuo Sumiya, who lived in Takahama city in the Aichi prefecture in Japan, on the 18th of July 1973. It is understood he only used the car sporadically and when he got sick the car was parked up. At some stage the registration of the car was transferred to another family member who lived at the same address. There is a registration sticker on the window showing the car was last registered in 1985. The current owner acquired the car in 2013 and subsequently imported it into Australia. There is an import approval on file for the car dated 27th August 2013. When he imported the car an export certificate, dated 9th August 2013, was issued for the car by the Director-General of the Transport Branch of the District Transport Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Japan which shows the name of the family member as the owner. The current owner is a passionate Mazda enthusiast and collector, so it is no surprise that this car found its way to him. Upon the arrival of the car in Australia he conducted a detailed inspection and could not believe its overall condition. He cleaned the fuel system, serviced all the hydraulics, overhauled the rear brakes, serviced the car and fitted new Firestone TZ700 185/70R13 tyres. The original Bridgestone Skyway Delux B7813 tyres will accompany the car. These could easily be fitted to the car if it was to be shown at a concours delegance, where it would have to be a serious contender in the preservation class. The presentation of this car is quite unbelievable. It would be extremely rare to find any car that is almost 50 years young in this condition anywhere in the world! The car still wears its original jewel green paint (paint code D8) which is in exceptional condition for its age. There are a few spots on the bonnet and the odd blemish here and there. There is some crazing on the boot and the tip/edge of the right rear guard has the paint rubbed though. Similarly, the point of the bonnet also has the paint rubbed through, possibly from sitting under a cover. As they say it is only original once and you would not touch this car. The paint imperfections are relatively minor and are part of the charm of the car. The external trim is in very good condition. Open the door and the first thing you notice is the plastic on the front seats, the rear seats and on the door cards. This is the original delivery plastic. The second thing you notice are the only in Japan seat doilies. Were unsure whether these were a factory option, dealer supplied or just installed by the first owner . . . but they are certainly unique. Take a closer look and you notice the sun visors also still have the delivery plastic on them and even the indicator stork has a plastic sleeve around it. The more time you spend admiring the interior, the more youre amazed by it. Everything presents as you would expect in a new car, but then you realise you are not sitting in a new car but in a car that was built in 1973! The dashboard is immaculate and there are no scratches or cracks anywhere. The original Clarion AM radio is still fitted to the car as is the original Clarion 8-track player. The instruments and controls all present as new. Usually, one of the first things which gets scratchedon any car is the kick plate on the drivers side. But not on this, it also presents like the day it left the factory. And the carpets . . . also like new. We just love the original tag hanging on the vent control. It is written in Japanese on one side and in English on the other. The interior is quite extraordinary! Under the bonnet everything is exactly as you would expect it to be. It all looks totally original and clean. You can tell by looking at all the nuts and bolts that no one has ever put a spanner on them. All the original stickers are present, except one under bonnet sticker that is obviously missing. In the boot youll find an original boot mat, spare wheel with original Bridgestone Skyway Delux tyre, jack and the original, unused tool kit. Some of the tools in the tool kit are still wrapped in their original wax paper! We had to take the car for a short test drive, but obviously not too far to keep the mileage down! The owner assured us it also drove exceptionally well. We were not disappointed. You insert the key into the ignition, pull the choke lever back and the engine starts easily. The car quickly settles into a smooth idle and you are ready to go for a drive. The engine feels strong, the gear changes are smooth and the car feels very stable on the road. It does everything one would expect. These cars are pretty cool and great fun to drive. On our photo shoot this RX-4 turned plenty of heads, and everyone who saw it up close was just amazed at how original it is. The colour scheme is fabulous and jewel green cars are featured on the original sales brochure(s). Accompanying the car are original tyres, wind deflectors (not fitted), owners manual, service book, sales brochures, some Japanese documentation, an Australian Import Approval, two original keys, spare wheel, jack and tool kit. Today the odometer reads 6,397 km. Highlights: a rare, low mileage, original car finished in its fabulous original colour of jewel green. factory 4 speed manual gearbox and factory air conditioning. an incredibly original and unmolested time capsule. immaculate interior. books & tools Let the photos tell the story . . . a true unicorn! Price $174,950.

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1104202
  • Body Type: Convertible
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 5,424

Cadillac is one of the oldest motor vehicle manufacturers in the world. When Henry Ford had a dispute with his investors in March 1902, he, together with several of his key partners left the Henry Ford Company. Two of Fords financial backers William Murphy and Lemuel Bowen approached Henry M Leyland of the Leland & Faulconer Manufacturing Company to assess the value of the remaining assets and prepare the company for liquidation. Leland, however, convinced them to continue the company and on 22nd August 1902 the Cadillac Automobile Company was founded. The company was named after the French explorer Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, who had founded the city of Detroit back in 1701. The first Cadillacs, the Runabout and the Tonneau were built in late 1902 and shown to the public at the New York Auto Show in January 1903. Their cars received rave reviews and even back then Cadillacs differentiator was quality, which is how the brand has been recognised ever since. In 1909 Cadillac was acquired by General Motors and has always been the flagship in the GM stable of car manufacturers. Prior to World War II Cadillac was a market leader of mass-produced luxury cars. In the 1930s, Cadillac added cars with V12 and V16 engines to their range, many of which were fitted with custom coach-built bodies. Cadillacs of this era were often referred to as American Rolls-Royces. The 1950s and 1960s were good times for the American automobile industry. The United States became the world's largest manufacturer of automobiles and the car had a significant influence on American culture. Fast food, rock 'n' roll, American diners, drive-in movies and of course cars were 'very cool'. One of Cadillacs most popular models was the Series 62, built from 1940 through until 1964. The first generation Series 62 was built between 1940 and 1941, the second generation between 1942 and 1947, the third generation between 1948 and 1953, the fourth generation between 1954 and 1956, the fifth generation between 1957 and 1958, the sixth generation between 1959 and 1960 and the final, seventh generation between 1961 and 1964. In 1949 the newly launched automotive magazine Motor Trend choose the Cadillac Series 62 as their first ever Car of the Year. The Series 62 built from 1950 to 1953 is considered by many to be Cadillacs post-war pinnacle of excellence. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale a 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible. The original build record on file confirms the car is style number 53-6267X which is a 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible. It was invoiced on the 30th April 1953 and sold through the authorised Cadillac distributor in St Louis, Missouri, USA. The sale price is noted as US $3,564.39. The colour code is noted as 1 = black and the trim code 548 where 5 = tan (soft top) & 48 = red leather. Some of the option codes are difficult to read, however, it has S = power steering, D = chrome wheel discs and Y = Vanity mirror. The body name plate is present on this car and everything matches with the build record sheet. The car has had an engine change at some stage in its life, which is apparently quite common for these cars. The engine in the car is a period correct engine for a 1953 Cadillac. Little is known about this cars early history. The current owner acquired the car in Michigan, USA back in 2009 and subsequently imported it into Australia. There is a Michigan title on file in the name of the previous owner. The Australian Import Approval is dated 12th January 2010. The current owner had a vision to restore a 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible to the highest possible standard. He was fussy and wanted a black car with a red interior and a car that had to be complete and in good condition. There is correspondence on file between the current and previous owner discussing the car which confirms that it was purchased as a mechanically sound, nice driver. There are photos on file showing the condition of the car as purchased and others showing some of the work completed by the previous owner. The car he found ticked all those boxes and soon after arriving into Australia it was sent to restoration specialist Justin Hills of Hills & Co Customs in Taree, NSW. The car was converted to right hand drive and restored to the highest possible standard. Once the body was complete, the car was sent to Annvid Auto Upholsterers in Capalaba (Brisbane) for a complete retrim and a new soft top. The engine was completely rebuilt by JB Automotive in Ayr, north Queensland. The final job was to fit a new stainless steel exhaust system to the car. The restoration was completed by the end of 2011 and the car was registered in QLD. This was a no expense spared restoration and there are receipts on file for almost $350,000. This 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible has been hardly used since it was restored. It has travelled less than 500 miles in the last 10 years. As a result the car today presents like a freshly restored car. The paint work is exceptional and a credit to Justin Hills and his team of master craftsmen. Black is a difficult colour at the best of time, however, this is an enormous car and the paintwork remains vibrant with a very high gloss finish. You have to look really hard to find any imperfections. The same is true for the chrome work which is a real feature on this car. The rest of the exterior trim, the wheels and the glass are also in excellent condition. The soft top remains like new and looks to have never been used. Not surprisingly, the engine bay and the boot are also immaculate. You open the massive door and slide behind the steering wheel and immediately you feel like youve taken a step back in time. Everything looks, feels and smells exactly the way it would have done when this car left the factory in 1953, and perhaps better! The interior of this car is quite simply stunning! The red leather upholstery, the carpets, the instruments and controls are all like new. Even the painted dashboard looks like new. There are no scratches or discolouration due to the sunlight and the paint presents like it does on the rest of the car it is immaculate. The steering wheel itself is a work of art! It presents beautifully in red and white and the Cadillac logo being the feature. The instrument cluster is simple, yet functional. Everything you need is right in front of you. As you would expect from a car like this, there is a lot of chrome inside the car as well. Most of the switches are chrome and they create a prefect contrast with the red interior. Incredibly, for a car built in 1953 everything is electric, or more precisely operated by Cadillacs complex Hydro-Lectric system. The windows, the soft top and even the seats are electric and they are all in perfect working order. After having admired the interior for a while its time to take the car out for a drive. The car is fitted with an immobiliser and after deactivating it you pump the accelerator two or three times, turn the key and the 331 cubic inch V8 engine quietly comes to life and almost immediately settles into a smooth idle. This is exactly what you would expect from a car like this. This car is fitted with a Hydramatic transmission, which in the 1940s and 1950s was the best automatic transmission available. In 1952 Rolls-Royce even acquired a license to produce them for their Rolls-Royce and Bentley automobiles. After getting comfortable it is time to hit the road. You gently move the gear lever on the column to DR for Drive, gently touch the accelerator and the car will just glide forward. Out on the road this car is just so nice to drive. Make no mistake this is a big and heavy car, yet the ride is incredibly smooth. After a few miles you are comfortable behind the wheel and whilst there is no doubt youare driving a car from days gone by, the sheer size of the car disappears. The automatic transmission is incredibly smooth and the engine has sufficient power to take the c2,300 kg car quickly to an acceptable cruising speed. We love the spot lights which are a fabulous finishing touch to the car. One feature on this car we havent mentioned is the radio. This has been discretely upgraded and there is an iPod hidden in the glove box with about 2000 period songs for your listening pleasure. Select the song to suite your mood and you will time warp back to Hollywood in 1953! The car has an owners manual, shop manual, a lever arch file of Cadillac information, an original sales brochure and an extensive file of receipts from the restoration. The car has hardly been used since it was restored and the owner has decided it is now time for someone else to enjoy this beautiful car. Today the odometer reads 81,008 miles. If you are looking for a nice Cadillac Series 62 then this is not the car for you. If you are looking for one of the very best 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertibles money can buy then please enquire. Highlights: - Desirable third generation Cadillac Series 62 convertible. - Restored to an incredibly high standard in its original colour scheme. - Converted to right hand drive, making it a more usable classic on Australian roads. - Just a STUNNING motor car! Price $239,950.

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1143544
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 4,520

1975 Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC

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