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Restored 1923 Buick convertible, full 12 months rego
Has had a full ground up restoration.
Engine has been modernised, no babbitt bearings now slipper bearings.
Right hand drive, Holden built,
dual fuel petrol/LPG.
Absolute stunning vehicle,
very reluctant sale
Very rare opera coupe, ground up restoration, 6 cylinder 4 wheel brakes
Rare 1969 Buick GS350 2dr Hardtop Coupe with 5.7L 350cui V8, auto & restored to original factory paint, lovely muscle
Factory original car matching Nos. Recent work includes: New paint, interior, chrome, exhaust, brakes & windscreen. New custom wheels & tyres
Very rare. Only 5916 were ever produced. Beautifully restored. Totally rust free. Scarlet Red paint & immaculate Platinum grey interior. Brilliant chrome
Well presented One owner Preformance classic, goes like the CLAPPERS Pwr roof, pwr steering, pwr brakes. Good honest car couple of minor issues not hidden.
VERY RARE CAR. ONLY ONE IN AUSTRALIA! 2 door coach, 4.5L engine, 6CYL engine, Very rare car, only one in Australia! Rego until June 2015
RHD. Low mileage.Original condition. Powered by the original Buick V6 auto transmission. Smooth & comfortable to drive. Similar body as the rare black Buick Grand Nationals
350 Auto. Only 21,313 original miles. Always stored indoors. Runs & drives like brand new car. P/steering. AM radio. Rare find at a low price
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