IMPERIAL 1957 CROWN COUPE $ 135,000 THE STORY The Imperial was Chrysler’s luxury vehicle brand from 1955 to 1975 and again from 1981 to 1983. It was a separate division of Chrysler created to compete with Ford’s Lincoln and General Motor’s Cadillac divisions. New body styles were introduced every 2 – 3 years, all had…

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HOLDEN 1986 VL SS GROUP A $ 195,000 THE STORY Launched in 1986, the Holden Commodore VL SS Group A was the second car built for Group A racing purposes. Only 500 were built to comply with the Group A racing rules of the day and only 173 of these were the “Plus Pack”. The…

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FORD 1966 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE $ 89,500 THE STORY In April 1964, Ford introduced the Mustang, the most successful model launch for Ford since the Model A. All sales records were smashed with 22,000 cars being sold on the first day. Within a year, 418,812 Mustangs were sitting in driveways throughout North America. The car created…

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TRIUMPH 1959 TR3A $ 64,000 THE STORY Produced in Coventry, England between 1955 and 1962 by the Standard-Triumph Motor Company, these beautifully designed vehicles epitomise the traditional rear wheel drive British roadster. The first production car to include standard front disc brakes, the model was an instant sales and motorsport success and was represented in races,…

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ROLLS-ROYCE 1976 CORNICHE CONVERTIBLE COUPE $ 109,000 THE STORY These two-door, luxury performance vehicles were built by Mulliner Park Ward as a hardtop coupe from 1971 to 1980 . The convertible variant production run lasted longer right through to 1995. Over this period 3,239 convertibles were produced – an average of only 130 per annum.…

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JAGUAR 1998 XJR SUPERCHARGED (X308) $ 37,500 THE STORY In 1997 Jaguar dispensed with its 6-cylinder engine and introduced an all new V8, the AJ-V8. The newly developed 4.0-liter V8 supercharged engine produced more power than the XJS V12 with 276kW (370HP) and performance of 0-100 kmph in 5.6 seconds. Top speed was 249 kmph.…

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MERCEDES-BENZ 1963 220S “FINNY” $ 35,900 THE STORY The Mercedes-Benz Fintail (“Heckflosse” in German)is the nickname given to saloon cars built by the marque between 1959 and 1968. The modest tailfins of the 220s were a cue to US-led design trend of the era. The proper model designation was the W111 which was powered by…

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HOLDEN 1967 HR SPECIAL STATION SEDAN $ 42,500 THE STORY Released in April 1966 and only produced for two years, the HR Holden replaced the HD series and had a revised grille, reworked roofline, revised rear lights and changes to all exterior body panels. In addition, the cars had a wider track, upgraded front ball…

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MV AGUSTA 2009 F4 RR 312 $ 24,900 THE STORY In 1907 Count Giovanni Agusta, an Italian aristocrat who had a passion for aircraft, founded the Augusta Aeronautics company in Palermo. With aircraft production being prohibited in Italy during world War II, the Agusta family focused on motorcycles and in 1945 created the MV brand…

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SHELBY 1991 AC COBRA REPLICA SOLD THE CAR Tough Shelby AC Cobra replica built in Western Australia in 1991 and finished in Gun Metal Grey with cloth “AC” embossed seats. The car has just undergone paint correction and presents beautifully. Originally delivered to Western Australia, previously registered in Victoria and now on full registration in…

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