• 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback C-code concourse restored to new!

    • 22,590 km
    • Automatic
      Miami Shore Parade, Miami QLD 4220


    This number matching 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback C-code has undergone a full restoration tot the highest level.

    Nearly every nut, bolt and washer is new or corrected and only original Ford parts are used. The list of new parts is long, new chrome parts, new rubbers, new electronics, new wiring, new interior, new…………. almost everything is new or brought back to its original condition.


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  • 1981 Datsun 280 ZX Turbo Targa

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    This is an original Datsun 280ZX Turbo Targa

    In the 80s there was no cooler badge a car could have than one that said “Turbo,” preferably in a futuristic font of course and plastered all over the back, sides, front, and interior of the car so no one could ever mistake it for one of those plebeian naturally aspirated vehicles.

    This turbo version offers 180 bhp at 5,600 rpm and 203 lb ft of torque – compared to the naturally aspirated 280ZX’s 145 bhp and 156 lb ft.

    This 280ZX is fitted with MacPherson struts up front and semi-trailing arm independent suspension in the rear, both with standard tubular shock absorbers. Front and rear discbrakes, with vented discs up front and solid discs out back.


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  • Dodge Viper (Chrysler Viper) RT/10 SR-1 Roadster (1994)

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    Dodge Viper (Chrysler Viper) RT/10 SR-1 Roadster (1994)

    This 1994 Dodge Viper (Chrysler Viper) RT/10 is a paragon of machismo energy. There are other, arguably more masculine cars, of course—the Porsche 911 has a clientele made up almost entirely of men. The Mustang became an icon of male virility thanks to the man’s man, Steve McQueen, thrashing one through the streets of San Fransisco in Bullit.

    But the RT/10 goes beyond being preferred by men; this car has a gender, and it is a frat bro. The bulging hood, the pulsating burble of the 8.0-liter engine, the infamous self-centered lack of care for anyone including bystanders or occupants—it radiates masculinity. And not the healthiest kind.


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