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  • RefCode: TA1107493
  • Body Type: Hatchback
  • No. of Doors: 2

1977 HOLDEN LX TORANA A9X HATCHBACK. VALENCIA ORANGE 1 OF 3!! During 1977, the LX series also had the development of another limited-build high-performance option aimed at winning in Australian Touring Car racing, and in particular at the annual Bathurst 1000 touring car race. This A9X Option was available on the 5.0-litre V8-powered SLR 5000 sedan and SS hatchback models. The A9X visually resembled the L34-optioned LH model, but with the addition of a rear-facing bonnet scoop designed to increase airflow into the engine bay to produce maximum power in motor racing applications. The A9X package varied from the old L34 inroad form in that whilst the engine was not modified, the A9X nevertheless had some special mechanical features such as rear disc brakes, heavy-duty axles, and a heavy-duty 10 bolt differential. After being rushed into Group C touring car racing, Peter Brock gave the A9X a dream debut by winning the 1977 Hang Ten 400 at Sandown. However, after he put his Torana on pole position, the A9X ultimately lost its debut Bathurst race in 1977 to theFord Falcons of Allan Moffat and Colin Bond. In a show of the A9Xs superiority, Brock and Richards won the 1979 race by a record six laps, with Brock setting the touring-car lap record on the last lap of the race. If this isnt the Holy Grail of Holden Muscle Cars then we dont know what is!! Super rare A9 Hatchback finished in Valencia Orange, the first of three made in this beautiful colour. It was the 51st of the 100 examples ever produced, which makes this car incredibly rare when you think about how many still exist today. Originally built on the 28th of October 1977, the first sold exactly two months later on the 28th of December 1977, through Shacks Cockburn in Naval Base, Western Australia. Staying with the first owner until 1980 where it was believed to have been traded in at Independent Motors in Western Australia, then move on to the second private owner. It finally changed hands for the last time to the current owner on the 15th of January 1985. The car had not left Western Australiauntil recently when it was brought to our facility to be sold! From 1985 it remained unused until approximately 1987 in which time the car was resprayed. Due to a change of circumstance the car was deregistered in 1994, then in 2001 it was treated to a full rotisserie restoration which included a freshen up of the driveline and the interior. The car has been detailed in preparation for sale, including some paint correction and rectification of minor stone chips to the front area of the car. The car still retains all of its original fibreglass flares, rear spoiler, bonnet scoop and original plastic front spoiler and plastic brake ducts. Rarely do such cars become available, so now is your chance to secure a very significant piece of Australian Muscle Car history. Now available by appointment only in our Kogarah facility or do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly staff via phone or email for more information.

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  • RefCode: TA1102641
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

HERE IT IS- Its the RiGHT colour with all the RIGHT options!

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  • RefCode: TA1106125
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

In 1969 the famed Talladega Superspeedway opened its gates, and at the time it was a track unlike any other in the world. Its 5 story high banks allowed a man to travel faster on wheels than ever before. However, push too hard and the colossal track would eat your car alive. In the late 1960s Detroit had begun to produce faster and more aerodynamic cars for NASCAR. Cars such as the Ford Torino Talladega, the Dodge Charger 500 and several others began to dominate the NASCAR circuit. While these cars were the fastest cars in the world they were not capable of reaching 200 MPH even on a super speedway. Some drivers at the time were afraid to even drive on Talladega. In order for the 200 MPH barrier to be broken, the right car and the right man were needed. The man turned out to be none other than Big Buddy Baker, and the right car was the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. Buddy Baker was a 6 foot 6 giant, and he had enough guts and brute strength to attempt such a feat. The Charger Daytona was the fastest and the most aerodynamic car to hit the tracks back in those days. On March 24th, 1970, Baker set out to make history in his race-tuned Hemi equipped Daytona. He took his winged warrior flat out on the high bank oval, punched the throttle into the fire and broke the 200 MPH barrier. He did so with an average lap speed of 200.096 MPH, forever leaving his name in the record books next to one of the most important milestones in NASCAR history. In fact, this car was actually too successful on the track, as the seemingly endless dearth of wins in 1969 by the Daytona and in 1970 by the Superbird resulted in NASCAR changing the rule book. As a result, these cars werebanned from the sport!! The car we present to you here is a clone of that very car Buddy Baker broke the rule books with!! A 1970 Dodge Charger built to disguise the car that Buddy accelerated to 200+ MPH way back in 1970. Starting life as a 383, automatic, Charger 500 but now sporting beautiful bright blue paintwork with white stripe across the rear together with the special #88 livery and fitted with the special nose cone and huge rear wing, making this iconic tribute look like it is doing 200mph standing still!! Under the hood is nothing but the very best, a genuine NASCAR 426 cubic inch fuel injected Hemi engine producing in excess of 500 horsepower all controlled by a MOTEC engine management system. Side exiting exhaust system also adds to the race feel!! The Hemi engine is backed up by a 727 Torqueflite automatic gearbox. Inside is as per original with standard seats in black vinyl. Keeping an eye on all the excitement under the hood are a selection of Autometer gauges. The car sits perfectly on a set of NASCARStockcar rims with period Goodyear stencilled tyres. So, if you are in the market for a special Muscle Car for your car collection then look no further!! Now available via video inspection at our Kogarah facility.

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  • RefCode: TA1104376
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

Muscle Car Warehouse is excited to present to you this very special 1969 Holden HT Monaro GTS 350 which is build number 83 out of the Sydney plant and believed to have been first owned by a couple from Kingswood in the west of Sydney, then exchanging hands in the early eighties to the second owner of thirty five years and then onto the current owner approximately four years ago. With approximately 550 units made to meet homologation requirements to be able to participate in the Hardie Ferodo 500 in October of the same year. This example was built in September of 1969 and finished in Platinum Metallic (567-10974) with Black trim (10X). The paintwork was redone about 25 years ago in acrylic and stood the test of time and is only showing very minor defects but still very presentable. All of the mouldings, badges and other bright work such as the bumpers are all genuine and true to the car and are all in great condition. As you would expect this Monaro still houses its genuine 100% matching number engine (which was freshened up several years ago) with all of its genuine components still intact and once again all true to this car. Original date coded heads, intake manifold, extremely rare 7029283 Quadrajet carburettor and the genuine homologation upgraded air cleaner with extra breathing holes and even the trap door sump which is unique to the HT 350 cars. Original exhaust manifolds with complete factory correct exhaust systems with special quad tips. All the fuel lines, ignition leads, special clips are all there! Even the compliance plates have never been removed. The starter motor, original fan with the special 350 fan spacer and original special radiator. All of the engine bay is completely correct and was achieved by using some NOS parts. The gearbox is also the date code correct 350 high capacity bearing Saginaw with the genuine bell housing and the correct rare hydraulic clutch parts and correct shifter assembly. Following on from there is the special Violet coloured tailshaft connecting to the genuine 10 bolt Chevy type differential with 3.08 Gears LSD and original radius rods. Note that the gearbox, clutch assembly, differential, front end including brakes and all tyres have also been recently freshened up. Other unique features on the Monaro are the 25 gallon long range fuel tank for endurance racing and the correct slotted rims to enhance brake cooling as part of the homologation process unique and exclusive to the HT GTS 350 Monaro model. With all of its special body features such as the unique floor pressings to accommodate the 25 gallon tank and Saginaw differential, unique holesin the firewall and holes to accommodate the 25 gallon tank and lastly the small diameter rear spring front bushed this car will easily pass any authenticity inspection. The interior has been refurbished to original specifications with countless NOS items used including NOS steering wheel, NOS crashpad and NOS centre console inserts amongst other parts once again to ensure this car is 100% correct. The Monaro also still retains all its original glass except for the front windscreen which has been replaced at some stage. Even still sporting its original Lucas brand headlights. This Monaro has never been unregistered in its 52 year life and is currently on NSW Historic registration which is not transferable and is now available for the fussiest of buyers so do not hesitate to contact Muscle Car Warehouse for any further information on this very rare piece of Australian muscle car history

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  • RefCode: TA1031134
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 2,926

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Rosso Corsa 5 Speed Manual Coupe

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  • RefCode: TA1104815
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

WELCOME TO THE HOME OF BEAUTIFUL CARS WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO We are proud to offer this magnificent 2021 MCLAREN GT 2021 MCLAREN GT-AS NEW ONLY 2400KLMS <...

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  • RefCode: TA1065233
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

PLEASE NOTE-PRICE IS FIRM AND NON-NEGOTIABLE SERIOUS AND GENUINE BUYERS ONLY. We are proud to offer this MAGNIFICENT 2004 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM AS NEW CONDITION

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  • RefCode: TA1100412
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 3,994

2017 McLaren 720S MY18 Performance Azores 7 Speed Auto Dual Clutch Coupe

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  • RefCode: TA1078607
  • Body Type: Convertible
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 1,600

Rare Fully Restored Collectors Classic

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  • RefCode: TA1104605
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

Sports sedan racing had emerged in Australia in 1964, as an avenue for owners of Appendix J touring cars to continue racing when the ATCC moved to the more structured Group C rules. Sports sedan racing was basically a free-for-all with little in the way of formal competition or technical regulations. In the early 1970s, there was a lot of money to be made in the sports sedan racing. Event organ...

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