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1927 BSA B27 DE LUXE

BSA 1927 B27 DE LUXE SOLD THE STORY First seen in 1924 and built by the Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA), these bikes were top-selling models for BSA during the 1920s. The light weight and versatile original Model B, or ‘Round Tank’, was used by most tradesman whose job required cheap personal transport. The…

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TEXACO SIGN

OIL RACK SIGN TEXACO MOTOR OIL ENAMEL RACK SIGN $950 Texaco enamel rack sign – Perfect Lubrication Leaves no Carbon. Metters stamped sign. 470mm x 355mm Invalid Email SEND Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again.

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1971 FIAT SPORT SPIDER CONVERTIBLE

FIAT 1971 SPORT SPIDER CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY Fiat had a knack of turning their mundane, pedestrian base model cars into something special. Designed by Bertone, this stylish little Fiat 850 spider is one of those special cars. THE CAR Rarely seen in Australia, this is the desirable, 1971 late production model with the most powerful…

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1979 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T140E SPORTS

TRIUMPH 1979 BONNEVILLE T140E SPORTS SOLD THE STORY Launched in 1973, the T140 picked up where the 650cc T120 Bonneville left off with a new 750cc twin engine designed to satisfy the American market’s demand for more horse power. These new machines were all 5-speed with a front disc brake, rear drum and had oil-in-frame chassis first…

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1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

CHEVROLET 1962 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY General Motors designer Harley Earl is credited with convincing GM to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. Launched in 1953, the resulting Chevrolet Corvette quickly earned the mantle of “America’s Sport’s Car” and the model is still produced today. 1962 was the final year of…

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1964 PONTIAC GTO COUPE TRI POWER

PONTIAC 1964 GTO – TRI POWER MANUAL SOLD THE STORY This is a first year, first series car produced early in 1964. It is the first GTO. This GTO is considered by many to be the car that started the “Muscle Car” movement with the three other major manufacturers scrambling to catch up when it…

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1970 FORD MACH 1 MUSTANG

FORD 1970 MACH 1 MUSTANG SOLD THE STORY Introduced in 1969, the “Mach 1” was a performance oriented option package for the wildly successful Ford Mustang. It was an instant success as the horsepower wars escalated even further. The Mach 1 was only available for the “Sportsroof” body style (previously known as the “Fastback”) and…

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1956 OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE 98 CONVERTIBLE

OLDSMOBILE 1956 STARFIRE 98 CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY The 1954 – 1956 Oldsmobile Starfire Convertibles were the most expensive Oldsmobiles produced at the time. The design of this car personified the American fascination with the space race including the glorious  rocket ship mascot on the bonnet, the sweeping lines down the side of the car…

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1965 FORD MUSTANG (A -CODE) CONVERTIBLE

FORD 1965 MUSTANG (A -CODE) CONVERTIBLE SOLD THE STORY In April 1964, Ford introduced the Mustang, the most successful model launch for Ford since the Model A. The car created the “Pony Car” class of American muscle cars, affordable sporty cars with long hoods and short rear decks. THE CAR The car presented here is…

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1961 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

CHEVROLET 1961 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE SOLD  THE STORY General Motors designer Harley Earl is credited with convincing GM to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. Launched in 1953, the resulting Chevrolet Corvette quickly earned the mantle of “America’s Sports Car” and the model is still produced today. The 1961 Corvette was the first…

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