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  • RefCode: TA1070483
  • Engine Power - kW: 207
  • Fuel Type: Premium Unleaded
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Colour: Silver

2007 - Toyota Landcruiser GXL (4x4) - 4.7L Multi Point F/Inj - 5 Speed - Automatic

CALL 07 3171 1774
  • RefCode: TA1100748
  • Body Type: Ute
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 0

2016 Mitsubishi Triton MQ MY16 GLX (4x4) White 5 Speed Automatic Dual Cab Chassis

CALL 07 3073 8124
  • RefCode: TA1103878
  • Body Type: Convertible
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 1,798

MG is one of the worlds 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, everymans 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. Although 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 TCs. The MG TC was succeeded by the MG TD in 1950 and circa 30,000 cars were built before being replaced by the MG TF in 1953. Just under 10,000 TFs were built of which one third had the 1500 cc engine. The T Series MGs 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 MGAs were built from 1955 through until 1962. When introduced the MGA was powered by a 1489cc four cylinder engine and the first MGAs 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 replaced by the MGB in 1962. The MGB was a totally new car and it featured a unitary structure rather than the traditional body on frame construction used by the MGA and T series cars. MG initially planned to use a 2 litre V4 engine, however, the high development cost meant that plan was quickly abandoned. MG further developed the engine which had powered the MG ZA since 1953 and the MGA 1600 since 1959. The biggest change was an increase in capacity to 1798cc. BMC got the formula right and the MGB was an outstanding success with in excess of 500,000 cars built through 18 years of production. MG built 386,961 roadsters and 125,282 GTs. The majority of the MGBs were powered by a 1,798cc 4 cylinder engine, however, in 1973 MG offered the MGB GT with Rovers 3.5 litre V8 engine. BMC Australia built the MGB between 1963 and 1972 from CKD (complete knocked down) kits imported from England. This was done to avoid the duties and tariffs on imports imposed by the Australian Government to protect the domestic car industry. From 4th April 1963 till 6th November 1972 MGBs were assembled at the BMC plant at Zetland in NSW. When these CKD kits arrived in Australia they were not painted, had no trim and no hoods. All these items were sourced locally. It is understood about 9000 MGBs were assembled in Australia. Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale an Australian built 1971 MGB MkII. The compliance plate indicates this car was built in April 1971 and the original Berger paint sticker confirms the original colour as Camino Gold HM5961. Little is known of this cars very early history. There is a thick history file with the car which dates back to 1988. This confirms that the car has had 4 owners since then and that the car has been impeccably maintained. In June 1989 the car was re-trimmed, except for the door cards & the dash pad and in October 1989 a new soft top was installed. In November 1989 the car was taken off the road for a cosmetic restoration and other miscellaneous works. At that time a new bonnet was fitted, the car was given a full respray in its original colour, the bumpers were re-chromed and a new steering wheel was fitted. All this work was completed in April 1990. At that time the odometer read 80,168 miles. The car was fitted with 5 new Dayton wire wheels in July 1990. This fabulous MGB was then used and enjoyed for some time. The car changed hands in 1994 when it was purchased through the House of MG in Woolloongabba (Brisbane) by a well known local MG enthusiast who traded in his MGB MkI. The next major job on the car was a mechanical refresh which was completed in October 1998. At that time the engine was completely rebuilt with +60 oversized pistons. The block and the cylinder head received a chemical clean prior to the engine being rebuilt. A new clutch was also installed. At that time the odometer was c92,000 miles. The car remained in single ownership through until June 2016 at which time it was acquired by its current Brisbane based owner. At that time the odometer was c43,500 miles. The car has been sparingly used over the last 5 years for Sunday drives and occasional MG Car Club events. It has been religiously maintained by classic car specialists Automotion, based in Enoggera and more recently MG Automotive in Brendale. In May 2018 MG Automotive re-cored the radiator with a high-performance core and in February 2021 MG Automotive replaced the engine mounts. Today this MGB presents exceptionally well. It is hard to believe that this car was repainted around 30 years ago. The camino gold paint work is in very good condition with a consistent depth of colour and nice gloss finish. There are a few blemishes and imperfections here and there, most notably some small stone chips on the front of the car and some light scratches & small cracks around some of the studs which hold down the tonneau cover. The chrome work on the car is in a similar condition to the paint. It is very good, with some light scratches evident on the bumpers and some minor pitting in the chrome on some of the overriders. There are also a few very small dents in the chrome strip on the right rear panel. Most of the paint and chrome defects are relatively minor and easily overlooked. We are being pretty fussy, but they are there on close inspection. The Dayton wire wheels are in beautiful condition and look to have been hardly used. They are a real feature on this car! The soft top,which is easy to raise and lower by one person, appears to have had very limited use and is in very good condition. There are no splits or damage evident and all the windows, which often deteriorate when exposed to sunlight, are clean and clear. The car has a split tonneau cover which is also in very good condition. The zipper and all studs are in working order. The interior on this car is just lovely. The black upholstery is in excellent condition, showing some light patina consistent with overall condition of the car. The dash is also in excellent condition and even the carpets are neat and tidy! You slide in behind the steering wheel and cant help but to feel right at home . . . everything feels just right. The seats are comfortable and provide ample support. The steering wheel is in excellent condition and all the instruments are crisp & clear and look to be in good working order. The devil is in the detail and things like the gear knob, boot & surround, speaker cover, ash tray and the floor mats are all in really good condition to complete the package. The car presents really well, but would we be disappointed by the drive? Most MGBs tend to be a rattly but after a few short miles it is apparent that this car is incredibly tight on the road. Its a goodn! From cold this MGB is like all cars which has SU carburettors . . . you need full choke to start. This car starts easily and you can back the choke off almost immediately and it will settle into a smooth idle. The engine has that typical raspy exhaust note that encourages you to get moving. Driving this MGB is a real pleasure. As noted above this car is very tight on the road, however, it also handles well and the brakes are more than adequate to pull the car up safely as and when required. MGBs are often criticised for a lack of power, however, the engine in this car feels really strong. It pulls surprisingly well through the rev range and it is beautifully complimented by its gearbox which is precise up & down and very easy to use. The overdrive works and it gives the legs required for comfortable motorway cruising. All in all, this car is just fabulous. You wont win the concours with it, but it will be admired everywhere it goes . . . MG Car Club events, British car days, the local cars & coffee or even a Sunday drive and lunch. The choice is yours! The car has a spare wheel, jack kit, the original steering wheel as well as a discretely installed CB radio. Today the odometer reads 47,364 miles. Highlights: - An Australian built MGB. - Finished in its original and rather cool period colour of camino gold. - Well cared for and maintained example. - Just a beautifully presented car that is lots of fun to drive. Price $32,950.

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1099624
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 2

Today Fiat is a subsidiary of Stellantis, a company formed in 2021 that is a merger of FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) and the PSA Group or Peugeot SA. Stellantis is based in The Netherlands and includes the following brands in its stable: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Dodge, DS, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Mopar, Opel, Peugeot, Ram and Vauxhall. Fiat, which is an abbreviation for Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino, has a fascinating and rich history dating back to 1899. It was founded by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Agnelli on 11th July 1899. Later that year, the first ever Fiat production car, the Fiat 3½ HP was released. Over the next ten years Fiat went from strength to strength establishing itself as one of Europes major car manufacturers and the company was listed on the Milan stock exchange in 1903. Over the last forty years the Fiat name has been synonymous with budget priced family cars. However, in the early years Fiat was recognised as building some of the worlds very best cars. In the early 1900s a Fiat cost more than four times the price of a Ford Model T. Post World War II Fiat built some world class sporting cars, including the Fiat 8V or Otto Vu of which just over 100 examples were built from 1952 through until 1954. Fiat always built cars with a sporting pedigree and many of their models were offered as a saloon, coupe or cabriolet. In 1936 Fiat introduced the Fiat 500 A Topolino (or little mouse) which was then the smallest mass-produced car in the world. Its low price made it accessible to people who had never before been able to afford a car. These fabulous little cars pioneered what is today referred to as budget priced small cars. In addition to the 2-door sedan, there was also a transformable version with a sunroof and a van version originally created for the army. The post-war period saw the launch of the 500 B in 1948, boasting a new engine and various technical innovations to improve performance and efficiency. But the novelty lay in its giardiniera version, a genuine compact family car with 4 seats and a big loading space when the back seat was down. The 500 C arrived in 1949, with an aluminium cylinder head, a heating system and especially a more modern body, in which the headlights were sunk into the front guards. The Topolino morphed into the Fiat 600 in 1955 and the Fiat 500 Nuova in 1957. The Nuova was produced from 1957 through untill 1961. It featured a fabric roof which folded down to the rear of the vehicle, suicide doors and was powered by a 497cc engine generating 13 hp. The 500 Nuova was succeeded by the 500 D, which was produced from 1960 through until 1965. This was the last model with suicide doors. In 1965 the Fiat 500 F or Berlina was introduced. The 500 F was produced from 1965 through until 1973 and the fabric roof was also changed and now only covered half of the roof. It also has an uprated engine bored out to 499 cc generating 18hp. The Fiat 500 was available as a two door saloon as well as a two door station wagon or estate (Giardiniera). Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for a sale a 1970 Fiat 500 F two door saloon. This Fiat 500 Fs early history is not known, however, it is understood to have been a long term Perth car. The current owner acquired the car in March 2008 and at that time the odometer read 68,132 km and the car was registered in WA as 1CRG951. Shortly after acquiring the car it had some mechanical problems. In 2009, with the odometer reading 68,213km, the engine was completely rebuilt with oversize pistons and the cylinder head was reconditioned. All this work was done by Brisbane based Fiat specialist APF Motors. Other work done included the installation of a new front bumper bar (which was damaged when the car was transported from Perth to Brisbane), fitting of seat belts in the front & rear, fitting new muffler brackets and reconditioned the starter motor. In 2018 the brakes were completely overhauled including the installation of a new brake master cylinder, new front wheel cylinders, new brake hoses and new brake shoes. In 2019 the wheels were refurbished and a new set of Michelin X tyres where fitted. Today this car presents well. The rosso paintwork is vibrant and from say a meter it looks fabulous as you will see from the photos. On closer inspection there are some minor defects in the paint, most noticeably some small pimples, particularly on the bonnet. The exterior trim and all of the glass is in good condition. The fabric soft top is also in good condition and it seals well. The interior in these little Fiats is basic, yet charming. There is only the speedo in the instrument binnacle, which is in excellent condition. All of the controls on this car are in working order. In this particular example the white instrument binnacle and white steering wheel create a nice contrast with the red dashboard. The upholstery is all in good condition with no rips or tears. Surprisingly, the seats are relatively comfortable given their simplicity. Driving a Fiat 500 is always great fun! These little cars have a huge cuteness factor and whilst they are small, they certainly stand out on the open road! You cant help but get noticed by other road users and pedestrians wherever you go. Theres always lots of finger pointing and smiles as you drive on by! The starting procedure is simple. You put the key in the ignition and turn it clockwise. These cars have a choke lever and starter lever, both located between the seats. Pull the choke lever up, then pull the starter lever and the little 499cc engine bursts to life immediately. It takes a few seconds for the engine to warm up and once it has you can push the choke handle back and the engine will settle into a smooth idle. Its time for a test drive! Whilst on paper the 499cc engine doesnt have a lot of power, the car doesnt weigh much and as a result it is quite zippy and surprisingly easy to drive in modern day traffic. The engine is strong and the car has no issue accelerating hard up to 60 km/h and beyond when necessary! The gearbox has no synchro so it takes a little getting used to. You soon get the hang of how to drive the car and the lost art of double de-clutching gets you up and down the gearbox smoothly. This car handles well and the brakes pull the car up effectively in a straight line. Accompanying the car is a Fiat 500 instruction manual, an owners workshop manual and a history file with receipts of the work done since the car was purchased in 2008. There is also a spare wheel and jack. Today the odometer reads 68,794 km, confirming the car has been used sparingly throughout the current owners 13+ years of ownership. Highlights a well presented and well maintained example of an iconic car mechanically sorted and ready to use and enjoy. recently fitted with new tyres only 580 km travelled since the engine was rebuilt. La dolce vita indeed! Price $34,950.

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1099674
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

CHRYSLER, REGAL, 1977,

CALL 07 3073 8112
  • RefCode: TA1076043
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 0

"Blanche" is a well known survivor, icon from around the Gympie area, lovingly restored, mechanically and interior, but retaining the original paintwork/patina, which we believe makes her unique. Drives well, lots of history and receipts and original tool kit. Inspection won't disappoint.!

CALL 07 3171 1987
  • RefCode: TA1100582
  • Body Type: Wagon
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 2,987

2011 Mercedes-Benz ML350 CDI 164 MY11 Luxury (4x4) Silver 7 Speed Automatic G-Tronic Wagon

CALL 07 3171 1987
  • RefCode: TA1089074
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 1,991

205 Cavansite Blue, 7 speed, automatic sedan, pan roof, rear camera, blind spot assist, active park assist

CALL 07 3171 1987
  • RefCode: TA838333
  • Body Type: Wagon
  • No. of Doors: 4
  • Capacity - cc: 0
  • Engine Power - kW: 0

2014 LSU MU-X, Automatic transmission, Polished Alloy Bullbar, Side Steps, Bonnet Protector, Good Tyres, Full Service History, Genuine Alloy Rims. rrIn excellent condition with plenty of manufactur...

CALL 07 3073 8038
  • RefCode: TA1084874
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 5,345
  • Engine Power - kW: 198

JAGUAR, XJS, 1984, XJS H.E. MULTI POINT F/INJ 5.3L 3 SP AUTOMATIC

CALL 07 3073 8112
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