This stunning right hand drive built Holden bodied sports Chevy Roadster with the rumble seat is like new. It has benefited from a very costly restoration of a high standard. 1929 - 1932 was the peak of the Great Depression and very limited numbers of these vehicles were built. In 1930 only 169 Sports Roadsters were built and even fewer still were Holden bodied. This 6 wheel equip Sports Roadster with a Dickie seat was the top of the range vehicle Chev produced in 1930. Since the restoration it still maintains the original Holden badge featured near the drivers seat. This is what I would classify as elegance from the white wall tires up. The asking price would not even cover half of the restoration costs.
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The XJ6 Jaguar's are very well known for their handling ability and comfort. This Series 3 Jag has only got 116,000klms showing on the speedo. The motor runs very smoothly and has well maintained. This vehicle is very original and has been kept in good condition from new. The interior seats trim and roof lining present very well. It has power windows and power steering and a smooth 3 speed automatic transmission. This car is on full NSW registration with 4 brand new Yokohama tires to add to it's handling performance.
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This right hand drive built Chevrolet has had a recent bare metal respray to bring it back to it's former glory towards what was a very original Holden body Chev. With a 3 speed transmission, strong 6 cylinder motor and smooth gear change; it drives like new. It is very reliable and has been kept dry for approx. 20yrs. It still features the same original interior - roof lining and trim which gives off very nice persona. If you are after a 1950 Chevy sedan that is original this is it apart from the glossy paint work. Right hand drive Holden body Chev's are only increasing in value due to the flood of the market on left hand drive imports. Photos speak for themselves.
In 1927 there were only 501 Australian built Chevy Roadsters manufactured. This particular businessman's roadster is still featuring the original 'Mann's Motors Adelaide' compliance plate showing that it was built in the South Australian plant. This 3 speed, 4 cylinder roadster drives quite nicely and is featuring artillery wheels and comes complete with the full wet weather gear. It has been restored and loved by the previous owner and even though it is not of a concourse standard it is still a very presentable vehicle. The early model Chev's have a very strong name in the vintage car industry, they are known to be reliable and were a very robust car of their era.
The Riley RMB 2.5lt were a very upmarket commodity of it's time. The 2.5lt resembles the size of the engine and they were raced and known as 100 mile an hour motor car. They have a four speed transmission and sit on the road comfortably keeping up with traffic of today's era. This one is featuring the two tone traditional English colors black guards with maroon body. It was an ex gentlemen car so it has been very well maintained and serviced since the motor was overhauled and rebuilt to run on unleaded. Still showing the original interior that is giving off a very nice persona. This very good example of 1951 English motoring is suitable for rally's and club events. The 2.5lt Riley are one of my favorite driving cars.