Classic cars are a popular choice for those who enjoy the heritage and style of older vehicles. Buying a classic car can be a challenge, however, as there are many factors to consider before making a purchase.
When choosing a classic car, it is important to first decide what kind of vehicle you are looking for. Do you want a classic sports car, a luxury sedan, or a simple family car? Each type of vehicle has its own set of pros and cons that must be considered before making a purchase.
Once you have decided on the type of vehicle you want, it is important to start your research. There are many resources available that can help you find the perfect classic car. The internet is a great place to start your search, as there are many websites dedicated to classic cars. You can also check out local dealerships and private sellers in your area.
Once you have found a few potential vehicles, it is important to inspect them thoroughly. You should take the time to look over the exterior and interior of the car, paying close attention to any wear and tear. It is also a good idea to test drive the car before making a final decision. This will allow you to get a feel for how it handles and drives.
When buying a classic car, it is important to remember that you are not just buying a vehicle, but an investment. These vehicles can appreciate in value over time, so it is important to purchase one that will be worth more in the future. With proper care and maintenance, your classic car can last for many years to come.
5.4 lt rare manual V8, 5th anniversary (only two for sale on car sales) most of the work has been completed. the car needs the interior finishing, we have no time due to work and other commitments. mostly motorsport, have all receipts for the parts and the repairs completed. will need to go for a wovi inspection once finished. original right rear quarter damage (see photo) has been repaired by a local panel shop, if you have the time to finish it. this is a great car and drives great.
1972 Mini Morris, Honda V-Tec Conversion (B16A) Fully NSW engineered and full NSW Rego until 13/06/2024, all the hard work is done, just jump in and enjoy. Mini Tec front and rear sub frame, Wilwood front discs and calipers, Wilwood Pedal box, rear is KAD Conversions disc brakes and calipers,VH44 brake booster, full adjustable Coil-over Suspension, Billet Works Steering Column, New Leather Recaro seats, New Carpet, New seat Belts, Dual Fuel Tanks, Custom made Aluminium flares, all new LED Light
Must be sold! The current owner is hanging-up his racing suit and wants his 1970 Lotus Europa S2 to go to the next custodian to have as much fun on the racetrack in it as he did. Purchased in 2004 with 76,000 miles on the clock, the owner then set about turning what was already a very capable car into something even more special. Initially a Mazda 12A peripheral port was installed in the car which translated to lap times of 1:03 secs at Barbagallo Raceway in Perth. Seeking more horsepower, the
TWR V12 Jaguar Bathurst replica. ENGINE. Uprated cams, MSD electronic spark system. Adaptronic engine management system. Uprated injectors and wiring loom. Alloy radiator and electric fans. Polished heads and cams by Wade cams. BRAKES Rears moved outboard , for easy maintenance and cooling GEARBOX Supra w57 5 speed manual. SUSPENSION. 650 pound front springs by King Springs. Adjustable Koni shocks. 26mm front sway bar WHEELS BMW seven series mags. FUEL 40 litre fuel cell, 2lift pumps and surge
Bathurst rare 1976 Alfetta 116 series GTAM Australian complied, 25 were imported to Australian to have them homologated to compete at Bathurst in 1976 , They had a 2 litr engine, Spica fuel injected, larger fuel tank... this particular car was sold at Foleys Sydney used as a road car sold to a lady very little use has been stored undercover for many years, car is complete in need of total restoration, trim no tears proves little use, solid but has some rust as pictures indicate, engine turns by
Immaculate 1972 Lotus Twin Cam Escort. Genuine CK49 car. Unmarked body and interior. Will not disappoint. Is a reluctant sale.
GENUINE EXAMPLE. N0# 121, 46,000 MILES. SHOWROOM CONDITION. FULL PROFESSIONAL RESTORATION, MINT & ORIGINAL IN EVERY RESPECT. ON RSOC REGISTER. UN-MOLESTERED, ORIGINAL FACTORY SPEC. APPRECIATING & V
Mechanical: Freshened up engine, Rebuilt brake system, stainless steel exhaust, 15x6 Superlites, Interior: Leather interior, All timber work restored to original condition, new carpets. General: New
Officially registered on the Lotus Cortina register. The paintwork & interior is in Brilliant condition. The engine & all mechanics have been rebuilt, restored or replaced with original Lotus parts du
2 door escort rally pack extractors & mags rusty fire wall
Fully restored chassis, 253 Recon. Engine, 9” dif, body on stand, car basically complete but in pieces. Plus WB Roller for spare parts. Photos and full info and lots of pics available at akweb.com.au
CAMS Historic Group M Race Car Package includes; Complete Wet Setup, Complete spare new race engine never used since re-built, Comprehensive Spares; diff ratios and housings, suspension parts and sp
Well known car in current F5000 Tasman Revival Series. Really unique car, one of two FM-5’s built. The second to last race car built by New Zealander George Begg. Raced successfully in 1974 Tasman Ser
Unique part of Ford’s muscle car history. GENUINE JG33 car. Stored for 28 years, last registered in 1982 Verification letters from Ford and the original owner All matching numbers. This car is the re
24" Rear (Mini tub) and 18" Front. Air bag suspension on all fours, with second airbrushed bonnet. 2 X 10" subs. Sparco seats. Custom paint job Custom interior Air brushed hard cover (Street machine