This factory RHD car was imported from the UK in 1988 by a well-known enthusiast. Documentation with the car includes the original UK service book and service history through various owners to current. Built by the well-respected ex-owner of a genuine SS100, the car has been constructed with a huge knowledge-base and understanding of what is correct. History of the car exists along with two My other car is a Goggomobil stickers from the Yellow Pages campaign and restoration receipts. Minor paint blemishes and minor surface rust, no rust in chassis. Engine fully overhauled and balanced with forged internals in 2009 and have done 3000kms only. This is a beautiful car which has been garaged and kept out of the weather all its life. Reluctantly offered for sale (I think) but after 4 years its time for a couple of new toys and I cant park everything. The convertible hood is in very good condition with no damage or marks, but the rear plastic screen is faded and due for replacement which Im currently sourcing.In the file is a Concessional License inspection sheet from 2013 which the car passed with a tick in every box. The car is on a full WA road license, registered as a 1939 Jaguar and has been thoroughly sorted. The engine and driveline are good, brakes are not great even though the front calipers were recently reconditioned. SOLD The car has covered 62,000kms and comes with a full service history and documentation of any works done on the car from new. Recent works on the car have been stone chip refurb and attention to the interior by way of leather recondition. Tuned by RPW with 212 wheel horsepower, runs 13 second quarter mile, selling only due to lack of use, only 10 events in 4 years of owning vehicle. Thousands of dollars spent on car with regretful sale. There are some signs of wear to the drivers door lining (some discolouration to the leather around the handle), but no other marks to the interior. Some detail includes; 2 litre motor with Lancia Delta Integrale 16V cylinder head adapted to twin 45DCOEs, alloy radiator, oil cooler, new 5-speed gearbox, new clutch, locked diff, twin competition seats and harnesses, OMP 90mm deep dish wheel, Konis, 16x8 Simmons wheels with fresh 205/50 R Series tyres. New price for these 70 limited edition numbered cars exceeded 0k, and the extended leather was an k option alone. Very original apart from Boxster front brake callipers and Koni adjustable shocks fitted by K-Tec, a s/steel muffler and Cup wheels.
By negotiation there is a comprehensive set of spare parts available including some minor NOS parts. SOLDCompletely original apart from a respray and normal maintenance replacements. An excellent way to complement your Aston Martin, start your Bond collection, or enjoy a unique and distinctive daily drive in an appreciating asset. The car has recently had a full professional service which included fitting a new timing belt.
He has used the 635 as a Sundays only car and has put only 12,000km on the car in his 15 years of ownership. It is a perfect example of a two seater Manx replica! Asking ,000 or near offer, which is less than its restoration cost. The last of ten Barn Find cars which have been in storage for many years. Front bumper was removed recently to allow clearance to get another car out, but goes with the car. It has all receipts and photos, including two awards which it placed second at the BMW show and shine. I have a Honda S800 for sale in East Fremantle, WA. People interested can email to me and I will transfer to my cousin. The car is a S800 as the papers say, but many people say it is a 600 body. British Racing Green, with original wood-burl and leather trim and re-upholstered cream fabric seats. It has a new race harness, fire extinguisher, oil plugs wired up so it is ready to enter VSCC competitions.
It has been exhibited at the Celebration of the Motorcar show, by invitation. It cost k to build and I am asking ,900 for it. SOLDThis is a beautiful example of Studebaker's stylish coupe. The restoration was completed in 2004 and he car has since done 17,000 miles, including a drive to the Studebaker Nationals in Adelaide. A great deal of money was spent on this car many years ago by the owner, but it has sat unused for many years now. The original steering wheel also comes with the car. I am presently in France until the 7th of June coming to Perth. The engine is not the original, as the brakes; from 1200 Datsun . Automatic, power steering, 6 cylinder; speedo in original miles. Original 1967 Owner's Manual, Jag Overseas Dealers and Distributors Guide, plus ready-reckoner wall-chart; owner's log with services logged til 1973. Complete car, however requiring a full restoration. The car was recently serviced and all fluids replaced.
I imported several parts, have had bodywork and paint done, mechanical work, etc. The rear seat base upholstery has some splits and there are a few minor cosmetic items which a new owner might wish to change, but the car is correct and very sound. I have the original handbook and service records going back a couple of decades. This is a glamorous looking car, from the second last year of production. This award winning, Australian-delivered 1969 build car was the subject of a last nut and bolt restoration around 20 years ago. SS Cragar rims, All the chrome is in excellent condition. In addition to all the inclusions in the original car, a former owner installed a remote controlled radio/CD player/speakers and rear seat belts. Goes without saying, the RWC will impress as will the car. The flowing, sleek shape of the mudguards, especially the back wings, was very sporty.
Since buying the car Ive had quite a lot of work done bringing everything up to good condition. The car drives beautifully, the ride being the famous DS magic carpet comfort. With a rotary engine, semi-automatic, front wheel drive, aerodynamic shape, power steering, disc brakes, etc, it was a very advanced car and justifiably the winner of World Car of the Year in 1967. Fortunately, the car was 100% sound as I am not mechanically minded, but have told on many occasions by experts that this car is as good as it gets and the 10,000 miles driven since I purchased it have been smooth as with no hiccups. A car such as this Fiat would have been very special in 1925.