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  • RefCode: TA1209085
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 1,558

ABSOLUTE DELIGHT TO DRIVE, CHAPMANS MASTERPIECE This Elan Sprint FHC is finished in its Original Colour Scheme of Lagoon Blue Metallic over Cirrus White with its black centre-lock, peg drive wheels and contrasting Black interior. Being a Sprint, it is fitted with the Big Valve cylinder head, Twin Weber DCOE Carburettors engine which produced 126bhp at 6500rpm, the most powerful Factory Fitted version of the 1558cc Lotus Twin Cam Engine. This power is transmitted through a delightfully shifting all synchro 4-speed Gearbox to the Chapman Strut, Independent Rear end.

CALL 03 9998 1695
  • RefCode: DIY1217294
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 1,600
  • Engine Power - kW: 60hp

1973 VW 1600 Super Bug L. Price = $17,500 (ONO / Neg) Make, model = Volkswagen Beetle Super Bug L Year = 1973 Engine = 1600, 4 speed manual (premium unleaded 95) Km = 79458 LONG rego = 10 Dec 2024 (full NSW) Location = Wauchope NSW 2446 Selling due to moving, owned for 10 years (restored by previous owner), has been maintained and serviced continually and runs well, no mechanical issues. New battery, new front struts, upholstery in good condition. Has minor body rust on bonnet and rear side panel, some surface rust on bumpers (see photos). NO SWAPS or TIME WASTERS please.

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  • RefCode: DIY1200796
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

gts clone 383 chev 4 speed manual. Fun to drive, no rust, no show car but presents very well

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  • RefCode: DIY1218312
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

2 Door LJ Torana 1973 with 95% of parts to build a complete car, with left overs. Old, new and refurbished. ( No Motor ). Shell was fully blasted and basically every panel that needed replacing was replaced. 15k already spent on body work. Have receipts for 25k worth of parts. Would consider swapping for something of similar value or something + cash difference. The price is firm

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  • RefCode: TA1207364
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

Now for sale is a rare opportunity to secure a genuine 1973 Holden LJ Torana GTR XU-1, for sale from our Sydney Showroom. Aussie Muscle Car fans will remember the 1972 rain-soaked Hardie Ferodo 500 won by 27 year old Peter Brock driving a Holden Dealer Team prepared Torana LJ XU-1. The first of Brock's record nine victories, Brock finished a lap ahead of Queensland racer John French driving ...

CALL 02 6171 3030
  • RefCode: TA1095004
  • Body Type: Sedan
  • No. of Doors: 4

Now for sale, HQ GTS Monaro, located NSW South Coast. In 1976, a young Policeman on his way home from work as a general duties officer was passing Fair Deal Motors on Church Street, Parramatta in Sydney and spotted a Mustard yellow HQ GTS Monaro for sale. Now after owning this stunning HQ GTS Monaro for nearly 45 years, its time to find a new owner to enjoy this very special survivor HQ. ...

CALL 02 6171 3030
  • RefCode: TA1163799
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 5,736
  • Engine Power - kW: 0

HOLDEN, MONARO, 1973, MONARO GTS HQ CARB 5.7L 4 SP MANUAL

CALL 02 8279 7188
  • RefCode: TA1209153
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2

Now available for sale is what could easily be described as one of the best Mazda RX3 Coupes in the country. Every aspect of this car is day one original and honestly hard to believe. There is not a single modification on this car. Originally imported to New Zealand from Japan and then here to Australia approximately nine years ago and since being in Australia has only had two very careful owners. A full feature on the RX3 was published in issue 49 of Survivor Car Magazine. Running its original 10A engine with original four speed manual transmission that runs and sounds just like it did the day it rolled off the showroom floor. Shortly after the GSII Series III the model was renamed to the GT which then ran the 12A engine paired with a five-speed manual transmission. Factory fitted with a working 8 track radio, air conditioning, safety flare, original plastics on all door trims, unused genuine Mazda seat covers, snow chains and even the brand-new spare wheel and tyre! Comes with logbook, ownersmanual, sales brochure and other literature and paperwork are included with the car too. This car is a must for any Mazda or classic car collector and is ready to be viewed in our Kogarah facility.

CALL 02 6171 3055
  • RefCode: TA1215173
  • Body Type: Hardtop - Coupe
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 5,763

Details: Oldtimer Australia is delighted to offer for sale a 1973 De Tomaso Pantera. This particular example was sold new into the USA and is understood to have spent its early years in Pennsylvania. There is still a Pennsylvania registration sticker that states it is void after Jan 31, 1977, on the front windscreen. This car is incredibly original and it retains its original American compliance plate (which is dated 1/73) in the drivers door jamb, its original ID plate (which has the engine number stamped on it) and body service number tag (both under the front bonnet), the chassis number plate on the top of the dash and even the engine number tag (used for ordering parts) in the engine bay. The engine number stamped on the ID plate matches that stamped on the engine number tag and what is stamped on the block, confirming this to be a matching numbers car. The car found its way to Europe in 1977 and there is a copy of its Dutch registration on file. This shows that it was first registered in the Netherlands on 24th November 1977 with the registration 52-TR-44. Its Dutch history is not known, other than there is a document on file with a change of particulars dated 2nd November 1989 on file. The name on that document is Mr A.H.P Oostveen, who lived in Brasschaat, Belgium at the time. The current owner acquired the car in 1999 from a dealer who was selling the car on behalf of Mr Oostveen and subsequently imported it into Australia. There is an import approval on file for the car dated 15th December 1999. The current owner recalls picking up the car from a private garage in central Amsterdam and driving it along the canals and then south to Rotterdam to have it shipped to Australia. He was told that Mr Oostveen was the second owner of the car, making this De Tomaso Pantera a three owner car. The car arrived into Australia in early 2000, joining an extensive and eclectic collection. It was essentially kept as part of a static collection and never registered or driven in anger on the roads in Australia. This car is a somewhat of a time capsule. The odometer currently reads 31,888 miles and it is understood to be genuine. Today this De Tomaso Pantera presents very well, for an essentially original car. The paint on the car is in good condition, though there is evidence that it has had a blow over at some stage. It is not known when exactly that was done but it was done prior to the current owner acquiring the car. The underside of the car has been painted with Tectyl, which is a rust preventer. This has been sprayed literally everywhere! There is a Dutch Tectyl sticker on the left rear quarter glass, which confirms this was done during the time the car spent in the Netherlands. The panel gaps are generally very good, though as you will see from the photos the right hand side headlight pod needs to be adjusted. The glass appears to be all original. Every window has the correct Sicursiv Climaglass etching. The presentation of the external trim is consistent with paint work. It is generally in good condition for a car of this age. The chrome is presentable, the lights and lenses are clear with no cracks and the rubber bumpers are presentable. There are two small holes in the front bumper, most likely from where a number plate was fitted at some stage. The trademark De Tomaso Campagnolo wheels are the correct type and present pretty well. They are shod with Goodyear NCT VR60 tyres, size 235/60 VR15 at the rear and 205/60 VR15 at the front. The tyres are old and will need to be replaced. The interior is most likely original and it still presents really well. The seats are firm and still provide ample support. The bottom section of the drivers seat is showing some wear on the right side, most likely from the seat belt. There is also a small mark on the bottom section of the passenger seat and a small tear in the underside of the arm rest on the passenger door. The door cards are similarly well presented. The same can be said for the carpets, which are are clean and in good condition. The dashboard and centre console are in excellent condition and present with no cracks. All the instruments are clean and present well. The switches appear to be original and the symbols on them are clear. The car is fitted with a period correct Blaupunkt radio. Under the front bonnet everything looks to be original and correct, though the compartment could do with a tidy up. The space saver spare wheel, which has never been used, is present as well as what looks to be the original Ford tyre inflator canister, a jack kit and tool roll. Under the rear lid the engine bay cover is present with the carpet showing some wear. Once removed you see the stonking 351 cubic inch Ford Cleveland V8 engine. The engine itself could do with a clean. This car has not been driven on the road since it was imported into Australia and it will require recommissioning. The engine turns over easily and should be relatively straight forward to recommission. Accompanying the car is an owners manual, an Australian import approval, a copy of the Dutch registration, an original spare wheel, a jack, an original Ford tyre inflator canister and a tool role, though most of the tools are missing. We envisage that this car can be reasonably easily recommissioned, then used and enjoyed as a very original car. Price $169,950 Background: Born on 10th July 1928 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Alejandro De Tomaso grew up among a family known to be quite politically influential and very wealthy. From an early age racing and race cars had been a real passion for De Tomaso. In 1945 he drove his first race in a modified Bugatti Type 35. In 1954 he was offered the opportunity to race for Maserati in the 1,000 km race of Buenos Aires and returned to win that race in 1955 a Maserati A6GCS. That same year De Tomaso moved to Italy and started working for OSCA in Bologna as a test driver. In the meantime, he kept racing. In 1957 he won the 1,500cc class at the Buenos Aires 1,000 km race driving a new OSCA. In 1958 he drove an OSCA with a 750cc engine at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and finished a very credible 11th overall, averaging over 140km/h. In 1958 De Tomaso built his first car. It featured the 750cc OSCA engine mounted in front of the rear axle, quite an unusual design for that time. Unfortunately, the car never raced as the Maserati bothers, who owned OSCA, forbid him to use the engine. In 1959 De Tomaso moved to Modena and built his second car, an F2 race car, again which an OSCA engine which this time he was allowed to use. The car made its debut at Sebring in 1959. The car was called Isis after his wife. Unfortunately, mechanical issues forced the car to retire from the race. After many more adventures and attempts to produce various race cars, De Tomaso introduced their first production car in 1965, a two seater coupe named Vallelunga. The car remained in production until 1967 and 59 examples were built including the prototype. In 1966 De Tomaso opened a new factory which allowed him to follow his dreams and expand production of his cars. In 1967 the De Tomaso Mangusta was introduced. The stunning Mangusta, which was penned by Giorgetto Giugiaro whilst working for Ghia, remained in production through until 1971 and 401 examples were produced. In 1967 De Tomaso acquired Carrozzeria Ghia and 1969 he acquired Carrozzeria Vignale. These acquisitions were not financially successful, however, they did provide an introduction to Henry Ford II, which ultimately had a big impact on his future. The Ford Motor Company subsequently took a controlling stake in De Tomaso as well as Ghia and Vignale. This relationship led to one of the worlds most iconic sports cars being developed the legendary De Tomaso Pantera. Designed by Carrozzeria Ghias American born Tom Tjaarda, the Pantera was built with the American market in mind. De Tomaso had the rights to sell the Pantera, except in North America, where Ford sold the car through their Lincoln-Mercury dealers. The Pantera was a huge success, with more than 7,000 cars built before production ceased in 1992. Models included the standard Pantera, Pantera L (for the US market), Pantera GTS, Pantera GT5, Pantera GT5S and Pantera 90 Si.

CALL 07 3171 1953
  • RefCode: TA1185890
  • Body Type: Roadster
  • No. of Doors: 2
  • Capacity - cc: 2,498

This Triumph presents very well finished in 'Carmine Red' with contrasting Black Vinyl Interior Trim, the Seats featuring Velour inserts. The brightwork and Chrome Wire Wheels add to the Sparkling Presentation, while the Weather Equipment includes a Tonneau cover and Soft Top both being in quality Fabric rather than Vinyl.

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