<![CDATA[Custom Car Sales]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au en 68 Classifieds Wed, 20 Sep 2017 03:38:39 GMT Wed, 20 Sep 2017 03:38:39 GMT <![CDATA[Manaro 1972 project - $92,000]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=593 http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=593 Tue, 22 Oct 2013 12:45:55 GMT Manaro 1972 project No Bog Or filler No Rust Shokewave Air Bags All top shelf parts used Precision engineering throughout Keyless Entry Stainless Steal Rack 13" show rims rear and tubed Perrellie tires Block 632 BBC - 1300HP 4 main bolt w/4.600" bore Transmission Ried 2 Speed Glide - Handle 1500-2000 HP To Much To List....... If you have the money and want Australia's, well really The Worlds Best Manaro Custom Dream Machine then please contact me to discuss details, Only serious offers considered Please No Dreamers !!
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<![CDATA[1955 CHEVROLET 210, 2 DOOR - $35,000]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=592 http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=592 Fri, 28 Jun 2013 11:17:58 GMT 1955 Chev. 2 Door 210 RUST FREE Fresh 283,Fuelie Heads,Holley Manifold,New 600 Holley,Sig Erson Cam, Fender Well Headers Flowmaster Mufflers 4 Speed New Clutch and Pressure Plate 9inch LSD Mini Tubed 4 Wheel Disc's Line Lock American Racing D,s 7x15 - 10x15- Good Rubber Fibreglass Bonnet Griffin Aluminum Radiator Electric Fan Fuel Cell So-Cal Gauges New Carpet- Trim-Headliner-Glass-Rubbers-Wiring Battery in Boot No Rust Paint 2 Pac Primer
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<![CDATA[Lot 15 1933 Dodge 'Hotrod' Sedan (RHD)]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=572 http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=572 Sat, 06 Oct 2012 18:17:51 GMT History - Ground-up restoration - Heavily modified - Engineering Certificate This 1933 Dodge Hot Rod was comprehensively rebuilt using the original chassis and body. Modifications include replacement of timber framework with steel and a two-inch widening of the rear wheel guards. The interior has been enhanced by the fitment of Toyota bucket seats with a hand-made rear seat. The engine is a supercharged 350ci Chevrolet V8 with four-bolt mains and a '30 thou'' overbore. All major internals have been modified to accept boost pressure from the Moonyham 6/71 belt-driven supercharger, complete with twin 650cfm Holley carburetors. Underneath the drive line has also been modified to suit with the addition of a Ford Top Loader four-speed, McLeod scatter shield, and shortened nine-inch Ford diff and shafts with a limited-slip centre and 4.11:1 gearing. A HT Holden front end has been adapted with an Austin 1800 steering rack and HQ Holden steering column. Koni coil overs and a triangulated four-link rear suspension system have also been installed. Centreline wheels measuring 15 x 4.5-inch at the front and 15 x 10-inch at the rear are shod with Eldorado rubber. P76 front discs are gripped by HQ Holden calipers while at the rear 11-inch Ford drums suffice. A Holden master cylinder and booster completes the braking picture. Accompanied by a full engineers report this correctly modified Dodge 'rod is truly distinctive. To be sold with full NSW registration to February 2013. Note: Shannons advise that all potential buyers research all vehicles before purchase to authenticate originality.
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<![CDATA[Lot 14 1972 Holden HQ LS Monaro 350 Coupe]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=571 http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=571 Sat, 06 Oct 2012 17:06:30 GMT The all-new HQ series introduced in July 1971 was a milestone car for General Motors Holden, boasting brand new styling, unitary construction, redesigned suspension, brakes and interiors. Conceived from the outset with Australian conditions in mind, the model range was greatly expanded and performance enthusiasts were well catered for with the Monaro, available in either two or four-door (from early 1973 on) guise for the first time. With a variety of trim levels and several different engine/transmission combinations available, Holden built a Monaro to suit just about every type of buyer, from those looking for a stylish cruiser through to out and out muscle cars. In the LS, Holden were aiming at the more mature bloke who wanted a touch of luxury - indeed the name stood for luxury/sport - and the new model came with upmarket Premier appointments like reclining front bucket seats upholstered in leather-grained vinyl, dual headlamps, black vinyl roof, centre console and rich loop-pile carpeting. Other touches included rear tinted glass and flow-thru ventilation and the standard LS specification included the 202-cid six with Trimatic through to the Chevrolet 350ci V8 , for the ultimate in "luxury personal transportation" according to Holden's own marketing people. The Monaro proved to be a great success with the press and public alike and is still held in high regard by enthusiasts today, particularly in two-door form. HISTORY - 1 Family ownership from new - Indicated 79660 miles - Rare factory 350 V8 This rare factory optioned 350cid V8 LS Monaro Coupe has been in the one family ownership from new and has an indicated 79660 miles believed genuine. The car is in very original condition and has not been modified in any way, sporting original paint with factory black vinyl roof, and riding on original rims this gentleman's Monaro has recently come out of dry storage and would take a small amount of work to be back on the road turning heads once more. To be offered for sale unregistered. Note: Shannons advise that all potential buyers research all vehicles before purchase to authenticate originality.
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<![CDATA[1967 Holden HR Premier Sedan]]> http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=559 http://www.customcarsales.com.au/viewlisting.php?view=559 Wed, 28 Mar 2012 07:07:12 GMT In production from April 1966 until January 1968, the HR Holden was a clever update of the existing HD, with revised styling and clean, modern lines that still look good today. With wider track and lower overall height, revised suspension and lower profile tyres, the HR's handling was a big improvement, with a better ride as well. Mechanical changes included two new versions of the red engine, the base 161-cid unit supplemented by the optional 186-cid motor developing 145 bhp, and both were sign
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