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Classic Throttle Shop (Aus)

Bay 3+4, 50-64 Pacific Highway, North Sydney, NSW 2060 Australia

NSW 2060

  +61 2 9922 2036

Classic Throttle Shop (Aus)

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  • Tudor White | Convertible | 3 Speed Automatic | 5.3 litre V12 | 113,568 kms | AU$69,995 The descendant of the Jaguar E-Type, the XJ-S was such a successful model Jaguar Cars produced it for nearly 21 years and today, the XJ-S is an absolute classic that is the epitome of William Lyons ethos “Grace, Space and Pace”. Offered in a coupé, fixed-profile and full convertible, from 1975 to 1996 there were three distinctive evolutions of the XJ-S. It was in 1981 when the XJ-S was renamed ...

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  • Light Ivory | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.4 MFI flat six | 67,414 miles showing | AU$249,995 The Porsche 911, “They are unique, they have character… and will admirably serve the man who is sensitive to them and with equal facility betray the one who isn’t” – Car & Driver 1972 February Issue - this undissolving Porsche nature has been like this from the beginning thus building legions of breathless enthusiasts ever since. First produced in 1964 all models produced up to 1973 ...

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  • Mars Red | Spider | 7 Speed SSG | 3.8 litre V8 Twin-Turbo | 6,022 kms | AU$369,995 The McLaren 650S Can-Am honours the awe-inspiring and fearsome Can-Am race cars that first took to the track in 1966. Produced by McLaren Special Operations and limited to just 50 examples worldwide, this special-edition Super Series model features exclusive enhancements echoing the spirit of the spectacular Can-Am racers. Bruce McLaren strove to minimise weight and maximise power in designing the McLaren ...

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  • Opalescent Silver Blue | Saloon | 4 Speed Manual | 3.4 litre Straight 6 | 41,130 miles showing | AU$61,995 When Sir William Lyons merged Jaguar’s range topping Mk X with the 3.8 litre Mk II Sports Saloon in 1963 he spawned the Jaguar S-Type and an entire generation of decadent and powerful sports saloons that would continue for the next 44 years. A Sporting Grand Tourer that in 1964 Car and Driver touted as being a “sports limousine, if there ever was one”, the Type S was available ...

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  • Flag Metallic Blue | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 3.8 litre Straight 6 | 2,195 miles | AU$264,995 The fabled Jaguar XK120C or “C-Type” is considered to be one of the most sought after and legendary racing cars of all time, forever associated with names like Stirling Moss and Peter Whitehead. Evolved from the world’s fastest production car at the time, the Jaguar XK120, the C-Type in keeping with the “win on Sunday, sell on Monday” marketing strategy, was created specifically ...

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  • Midnight Blue | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Tiptronic | 3.6 litre flat six | 96,375 kms | AU$89,995 For its 4th generation, Porsche invested heavily within its halo car and produced perhaps the most pivotal 911 to date. The Type 993 911 Carrera was 80% newer compared to the earlier Type 964 with all new coke bottle style architecture, a much improved multi-link rear suspension set-up and a heavily worked 3.6 litre engine. Over the 964, the new 911 engine now produced 272hp, pushing air-cooled ...

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  • Papyrus White | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre | 67,590 original kms | POA This fabulous Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster was delivered new on the 27th December 1960 to Erich W. Spitzner of Berlin. Ordered in factory colour code of 717 Papyrus White with blue leather trim (333) and a Marine Blue soft top (896) with the optional and very expensive factory Hardtop painted to match the body colour. Mr. Spitzner was the owner of a large knitting company based in Berlin and the car ...

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  • Formula Red | Coupé | 4 Speed Automatic | 3.0 litre V6 | 149,237 kms | AU$124,995 Honda set tongues across the motoring press wagging when it unveiled the world’s first all-aluminium production car at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show. A three-dimensional representation of a portfolio expanding shift in the way cars would be built into the future. Based on designs penned by none other than Pininfarina, featuring a gamut of advanced-tech inspired by Honda’s involvement in Formula 1 and tested ...

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  • Silver | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 3.4 litre inline 6 Cylinder | 73,685 miles | Chassis Number 660050 | AU$549,995 Whilst most would be certain the Jaguar XK120 was born for greatness, post-WWII William Lyons expected that the future fortune of his company, re-named Jaguar Cars Ltd, would be made on the saloon cars that would sell in export markets especially in the U.S - therefore a new dual overhead-cam, six-cylinder, 160 horsepower engine was developed to power a new luxury sports four-door. ...

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  • Silver Rose | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.5 litre Turbocharged 4 cylinder | 51,762 miles | AU$94,995 The Series 1 944 Turbo landed in Australian showrooms in 1986 with a price tag of $115,000. Double the standard 944. The 944 Turbo’s power delivery was lauded as reminiscent of early turbo 911’s, with peak torque arriving at just 4,000 rpm, plus an addictive surge from 2,500 rpm. The power coupled with perfect handling at 50/50 weight distribution, disc brakes at all four wheels ...

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  • Rosso Corsa | Coupé | 6 Speed 'F1' Electrohydraulic | 5.7 litre V12 | 25,115 kms | AU$239,995 After more than two decades of building exotic, mid-engine, flat-12-powered Boxers and Testarossa’s, Ferrari famously returned to its front-mounted, driver-centric and race bred roots with the 550 and 575 M Maranello to huge success. Debuting at the 2002 Geneva auto show, the 575 M Maranello (“M” for Modificata referring to a miryad of updates) is fitted with a larger, high revving 515hp ...

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  • Delft Blue | Ute | 6 Speed Manual | 5.7 litre V8 | 24,487 kms | AU$69,995 Based on the VU ute, the Maloo was the first HSV car to be styled by Neil Simpson, who replaced Ian Callum (Jaguar) as TWR's chief designer. Its lower kerb weight and 255kW of Chevrolet firepower combine to bless the Maloo with the greatest power to weight ratio of any car in HSV's range at the time. Essential to HSV's transformation of the VU ute is a 15mm lower ride height than the SS ute, but of course the ...

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  • Mint Green | Coupé | 3 Speed Automatic | 3.3 litre | 183,603 kms | AU$39,995 Powered by BMW’s vaunted inline-six M30 engine producing an awesome 200HP and matched with less ostentatious GT styling by Paul Bracq, the E24 6 Series was launched into BMW’s new line of luxury GT cars and proved a huge success, even during the fuel crisis of the ‘70s. After a test in 1977 Motor Trend wrote, “This is the best BMW you can buy today, and perhaps the best car the Bavarian Motor Works has ...

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  • Brown | Saloon | 3 Speed Automatic | 5.4 litre V8 | 75,821 kms | AU$149,995 Alongside famous contemporaries like the Lamborghini Countach, Lotus Esprit and the DMC DeLorean, the Aston Martin Lagonda is frequently named among the most striking wedge-shaped designs of all time. Designed by William Towns as an extreme interpretation of the classic 1970’s “folded paper” style, the Aston Martin Lagonda Saloon was famous for being the first production car to use a digital instrument panel ...

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  • Zircon Silver | Roadster/Coupé | 5 Speed Automatic | 2.8 litre | 33,076 kms | AU$79,995 The fourth generation, R129 Series of Mercedes-Benz's iconic SL models was launched at the 1989 Geneva Motorshow and its iconic status deserves a place in your garage investment portfolio. Here’s why. Beautifully engineered, the R129 SL range bristled with technical refinement and innovative safety features but more notably this was the first SL that had the muscle to back up its ‘sports car’ ...

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  • Rosso Corsa | Spider | 6 Speed F1 Manual | 4.3 litre V8 | 8,618 kms | AU$274,995 “First gear stretches out to 8500 rpm, howling to make your shanks shake. Second gear should get you 60 mph in about 3.6 seconds and a misdemeanour conviction in four seconds flat. Keep the hammer down through third, fourth, and fifth, and sixth will burn your scalp clean off at 186 mph” – Car and Driver 2005 It was one of the most anticipated sportscars of the decade after the huge success of the 360, ...

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  • Nero Daytona | Coupé | 6 Speed F1 Manual | 6.0 litre V12 | 9,629 kms | AU$329,995 When it comes to choosing an exotic super car, it’s usually Italian, it’ll traditionally have a V12 and you won’t be able to help yourself… you’ll want a prancing horse emblem on the bonnet. Replacing the 575 Maranello, the 599 was given a 5,999cc naturally aspirated V12, the best powerplant in the business which was lifted from the Enzo and is capable of bending your mind backwards due to the ...

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  • Grigio Metallic | Targa | 5 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre V8 | 66,668 kms | AU$164,995 The Ferrari 328 can be seen as the ultimate development of a line that began with the superb 246 GT Dino. The source of its design can not only be seen in the mechanical specification but in its styling too. Race bred independent suspension at every corner endowed this Ferrari with enviable poise and such dynamic handling, while the mid mounted 260 hp 3.2 litre V8 engine propelled it to over 240 km/h with ...

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  • Rosso Corsa | Targa | 5 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre V8 | 34,264 kms | AU$239,995 On its debut Motorsport Magazine remarked, “All the superlatives have been trotted out time and again, but the 328’s impeccable balance, terrific grip and uncanny stability rouse the taste buds of even the most jaded motoring palate”. The Type 328 succeeded the vaunted Ferrari Type 308 line-up, and when it first appeared in 1985, it quickly became a sporting style icon of the indulgent 1980’s. Boasting ...

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  • Rosso Corsa | Coupé | 6 Speed 'F1' Electrohydraulic | 5.7 litre V12 | 59,842 kms | AU$199,995 After more than two decades of building exotic, mid-engine, flat-12-powered Boxers and Testarossa’s, Ferrari famously returned to its front-mounted, driver-centric and race bred roots with the 550 and 575M Maranello to huge success. Debuting at the 2002 Geneva auto show, the 575M Maranello (“M” for Modificata referring to a miryad of updates) is fitted with a larger, high revving 515hp ...

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  • Red | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 1600cc 4 Cylinder | 13,240 kms | AU$55,995 Originally sold in kit and factory-built form by Lotus Cars, from 1957 to 1972, it was in 1973 Lotus decided to shed its kit car image and concentrate instead on limited series racing cars and up-market sports cars. As part of this plan, Lotus sold the rights to the Seven to Caterham Cars. Ever since and for the past 47 years Caterham have continued the Super 7 range with mechanical specifications varying according ...

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  • WRC Blue | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre Turbocharged Flat 4 | 151,444 kms | AU$124,995 Upon the initial release of the very first Impreza WRX in 1994 it was an instant success, appealing to motoring aficionados around the globe for its inconceivable performance and its signature “Boxer Burble” WRX’s have been a popular choice for many motoring enthusiasts since its release. The early shape being the most desirable for its representation of the Peter ‘Possum’ Bourne and ...

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  • Carmine Red | Roadster | 3 Speed Manual Overdrive | 2.7 litre 4 cylinder | 15,839 miles showing | AU$89,995 With nomenclature taken from its ability to reach 100mph the Austin Healey 100/4 is considered to deliver the most original and most pure driving experience of all the big Healey’s- agile, punchy and incredibly versatile. With muscular styling, a tarmac tearing 90hp engine which racing historian Griffith Borgeson wrote "Such high torque at low engine speed is one of the competition ...

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  • Tartan Red | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 850cc | 21,000 miles showing | AU$29,995 Celebrating 60 years this year, today the Mini remains one of the most iconic classics ever built. It’s small and compact design, thanks to Alex Issigonis, was perfect for residing in the main cities of Europe. The Morris Mini Mark 1 was launched in August 1959 by the British Motor Corporation and was produced between 1959 and 1967 in the United Kingdom with Australian production continuing until 1970. Not ...

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  • White and Blue | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 1,592 cc 4 Cylinder | 59,560 miles showing | AU$31,995 Often used by Kings and adorned with jewels and ornamentation, the Sceptre is a symbol of power and never carried by an ordinary citizen. In automotive terms, Humber, the creator of the Humber Sceptre, could trace its origins back to 1887 and was best known as the maker of high-quality, conservative motor cars for Britain’s upper-middle class. Introduced in 1963, the Sceptre was a luxury version ...

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  • Dove Grey | Saloon | 4 Speed Manual | 2.4 litre | 88,781 miles showing | AU$44,995 Launched in 1955, the 'Mk1' 2.4 litre (as it would be known retrospectively after the Mk2's arrival) extended Jaguar's domination of the high-performance car market in Britain, slotting neatly into the Coventry firm's range alongside the big MkVII M saloon and the XK140 sports car. Unmistakably a Jaguar with the ‘Leaping Cat’ mascot sitting proudly above the grille this medium sized newcomer broke new ...

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  • Hellrot | Coupé | 4 Speed Automatic | 4.0 litre | 39,533 kms | AU$89,995 8 cylinders, 2 doors, 286 horsepower, lavish equipment, flared wheel arches, BMW racing pedigree and an ultra-aggressive wedge design. This was BMW’s flagship model launched at the 1989 Frankfurt International Motorshow, the super exotic, and forward thinking E31 8-Series Super Grand Tourer. One of the most technologically advanced cars of its time with its pillarless design and drag co-efficient less than the McLaren ...

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  • Basalt Black | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.0 litre Twin Turbo Flat 6 | 11,371 kms | AU$219,995 Made for Drivers and not procrastinators the 2018 Porsche 911T (T for Touring) is a stripped-back, lightweight weapon of choice for the open road. The package offers a limited-slip differential, Porsche’s PASM adaptive damping system (and the 20mm suspension drop that comes with it), 20-inch lightweight alloys and sports exhaust. With the additional lightweight glass for the rear screen and ...

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  • Grasmere Green Metallic | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Diesel | 97,095 kms | AU$99,995 After 68 years of carrying people to the ends of the earth and back again, in January of 2016 the boundless Land Rover Defender exited the building, and it will never be the same again. To celebrate this hardcore off-road machine/urban guerilla’s legacy, Land Rover released two special edition models in Australia, the ‘Adventure’ and the ‘Heritage’ paying homage to the Defenders much loved ...

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  • Basalt Black | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Twin-Turbo Flat 6 | 49,208 kms | AU$219,995 The 997 really is the signature modern Porsche 911 and the second series only ever improved the model by introducing sleeker styling cues, more tech and of course the forever favourable PDK. Now let’s look at the 997 Series II 911 Turbo, one of the most expensive cars offered in the 911 line-up, upgraded to a 3.8 litre Flat 6 with Variable Geometric Turbochargers, four-wheel drive and a staggering ...

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  • Stratus White | Coupé | 7 Speed Sportshift III | 6.0 litre V12 | 8,090 kms | AU$239,995 Aston Martin’s recipe was simple... open a V8 Vantage’s bonnet, wedge in a DB9’s V12 unit with a shoehorn, give it Vanquish power and let it cook on high for 6 hours. Here we are…. the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S is served. The V12 Vantage S boasts all new bullish and aggressive aesthetic features exclusive to the V12 Vantage including carbon fibre vented bonnet, pronounced rear spoiler, side ...

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  • Bianco Avus | Coupé | 7 Speed F1 dual-clutch transmission | 6.3 litre V12 729 hp! | 24,426 kms | AU$399,995 The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a traditionalist Ferrari at heart. Just two seats, a rear mounted transmission and a naturally aspirated V12 engine in the nose. Upon its release at the 2012 Geneva motor show, in terms of just bald acceleration and around the famous Fiorano handling circuit it was billed the fastest road-going Ferrari ever produced. For its class of car, however, ...

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  • Carrara White | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Flat Six | 59,774 kms | AU$185,995 Before the uncover of the new type 991, Porsche gave the 997 one last hurrah and along came the GTS, A sportier, wide track, higher horsepower and highly specified version of the Carrera S/4S. Reserved for 4WD and Motorsport department models the GTS features a curvaceous wide-track body, it was also given a 3.8 Litre direct-injection motor with the Power Kit found in the Speedster and Sport Classic boosting ...

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  • Montalcino Red | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Turbodiesel | 12,906 kms | AU$89,995 After 68 years of delivering mankind to the ends of the earth and back again, in January of 2016 the boundless Land Rover Defender exited the building, and it will never be the same again. Seemingly styled with a butcher’s knife, the Defender’s bullet-proof, signature design remained largely unchanged for nearly 70 years. But as of the 29th of January 2016, original Defender production came to an ...

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  • Magnetic Silver | Coupé | 8 Speed Sports Automatic | 4.0 litre V8 Twin Turbo | 1,497 kms | AU$259,995 After 14 years Aston Martin has finally revised the Vantage model line in succession with the new DB11, it was rumoured to have taken design ques from the DB10 prototype seen in the James Bond movie Spectre and in comparison, to its predecessor, the new Vantage is now punchier, lighter and very, very angry. Overall, everything has changed. The engine is far more responsive, the transmission ...

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  • Rosso Chiaro | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 4.4 litre V12 | 33,177 kms showing | AU$479,995 Unveiled at the 1971 Turin Motorshow as the first mid-engine road car to bear the Cavallino Rampante badge and the replacement for the wildly successful Ferrari Daytona, the 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer set the tone for 12 Cylinder Ferrari’s for years to come. After the release of the Lamborghini Miura and then later the Countach it took Ferrari engineers many years to convince Enzo to adopt the mid-engine ...

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  • Light My Fire Orange | Sedan | 6 Speed Manual | 6.2 litre Supercharged V8 | 1,381 kms | AU$279,995 Time has run out for Australian assembly of Australian cars. Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) ended production of Commodore-based models in 2017. Outlasting Ford, Holden and Toyota, which have all closed their assembly lines, HSV was the last place in Australia where Australian-made cars were being built. And, the last great Aussie muscle-car that was “Australia’s Best Driver’s Car ...

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  • White Gold Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre | 149,069 kms | AU$159,995 The successor to the Porsche 911 SC and the car that kept the world’s most iconic sportscar moniker alive, the Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera delivers the ideal synthesis of classic air-cooled performance and zero driving aids combined with modern creature comforts and traditional 911 styling that was never replicated by Porsche in the 30 odd years of production since. Producing 30 more horsepower than ...

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  • British Racing Green | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 1100cc 4 Cylinder | 56,692 miles showing | AU$27,995 It’s the evolutionary peak of the original Mini formula and it was even designed by the same person, Alec Issigonis. The British Motor Company’s sporty brand, MG wanted to badge up their own front-wheel drive sporting sedan, so they did - it was called the MG 1100 and it’s possibly one of the most entertaining cars we’ve ever driven. So, what did you get? The difference being ...

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  • Vert Argenté | Sedan | 3 Speed Automatic | 2.3 litre Inline 4 Cylinder | 70,631 kms | AU$64,995 What Classic and Sportscar Magazine named the most beautiful car of all time, using a panel of illustrious gearheads like Ian Callum, Gordon Murray and Leonardo Fioravanti, on its arrival seemingly from out of space in 1955 the Citroen DS genuinely revolutionised automotive design. Often imitated but never replicated, the Déesse (French for Goddess), pioneered hydro-pneumatic suspension, ...

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  • Nissan Platinum Metallic | Targa | 4 Speed Automatic | 3.0 litre 6 cylinder | 12,530 kms | AU$69,995 When Doves Cry was on the radio and Ghostbusters was dominating the cinema when Nissan released the 1984 Nissan 300ZX 50th Anniversary Edition celebrating the five-decade anniversary of Nissan's founding in December of 1933. Only 119 of these cars were manufactured for the Australian market and they were treated to peak 80’s design and technologies considered advanced for the time including ...

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  • Bleu Spazio Metallic | Sedan | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre inline 4 Twin Spark | 169,894 kms | AU$24,995 CTS is super excited to offer the most fun you can have on four wheels, the Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 litre Twin-Spark saloon. Launched in March 1992 at the Geneva Motor Show, the Alfa 155 was set to replace the Alfa 75. Its aerodynamic body work was designed by an Italian design house I.DE.A Institute and the most significant technical change was the switch from a rear wheel drive to a front ...

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  • Katoomba Grey | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 1600 cc 4 cylinder | 00002 miles showing | AU$99,995 THE quintessential sports classic that manages to distil all the facets of the automobile down to the most visceral basics in the best possible way, the Type A was a pioneer for a new breed of MG sports car, thrusting the Abingdon Company into a progressive era of automotive design. The MG A replaced the T-series cars and brought with it with streamlined bodywork evolved from a series of racing ...

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  • Old English White | Roadster | 5 Speed Manual | 1800 cc DOHC 4-Cylinder | 68,102 miles showing | AU$159,995 Replacing the outgoing MG T-Series and representing a whole new styling era for MG Sports cars the MG A was THE car that brought a new generation of enthusiasts to the marque. It was a thoroughly modern sports car featuring an all new beautifully streamlined body and fitted with a 1,500cc robust B-series engine. It wasn’t until 1958, a design engineer at the Cowley plant named ...

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  • Ikon Gold | Sedan | 4 Speed Automatic | 3.0 litre Straight 5 | 143,484 kms | AU$39,995 The Mercedes-Benz 300 D premiered at the 1975 Geneva Auto Salon. This stylish newcomer incorporated many technological advances, particularly in the method of body construction, which made for a much stronger and safer shell. Heating, ventilation and dashboard instrumentation all benefited from improvements as well and the new 300 D capitalised on the success of the superseded 240D 3.0, the first model ...

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  • Sunlight Silver | Roadster | 6 Speed Manual | 1,8 litre Turbo Charged | 74,202 kms | AU$49,995 The MX-5 SP (Special Performance) was a limited production, turbo charged model created solely for the Australian market in 2002 and built in just 100 units. The first MX-5 to feature a turbo charger, once given the OK from Japan, Mazda Australia, in conjunction with Prodrive (at the time Ford owned a large share in Mazda and already had motorsport links with Prodrive in Australia) upgraded ...

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  • Snowberry White | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual Overdrive | 1.8 litre | 46,802 miles showing | AU$54,995 AThe MG B was already the epitome of the modern British sportscar and it wasn’t until 1965 at the Earls Court Motor Show, the ground breaking Pininfarina styled 2-door sporty “hatch-back” made its debut. An icon to be remembered, the MG B GT is the car that brought sports car motoring to the masses at an affordable cost. Being MG’s most performance-oriented model at the time, the ...

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  • Bianco | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 1.6 litre 4 cylinder | 59,741 miles showing | AU$89,995 In 1963, Alfa Romeo introduced the 105 series Giulia model igniting a purple patch of automotive engineering. Penned by a 22-year-old Giorgetto Giugiaro at the Bertone design house, the Giulia's distinct architecture is considered one of the most beautiful automotive designs of the 1960s. It featured a now legendary rev-happy all aluminium twin-cam, four-cylinder engine mated to a crispy 5-speed ...

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  • Grigio Medio | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre V12 | 11,235 miles showing | AU$549,995 With international motoring media and fans anxiously awaiting the unveiling of a new Formula One car at Ferrari’s annual press conference in 1964, Enzo mischievously revealed the Pininfarina penned Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 instead. A stylistic breakaway from tradition, the 330 GT 2+2 was designed to be well-heeled during the daily commute but also deliver Ferrari’s signature excitement and theatre ...

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  • Giallo Modena | Spider | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre DOHC V8 | 21,692 kms | AU$239,995 It was to be the prancing horse of the new millennium and it was going to be tough for Maranello to produce a sequel to the F355 but the Ferrari F360 was lighter, stiffer, more powerful, roomier and of far superior build quality. Powered by an all-alloy 3.6 litre DOHC V8 that you could pear at through the glass viewing panel on the rear deck, the F360 produces a whopping 400 horsepower, that’s 111 horsepower ...

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  • Sable Brown | Coupé | 3 Speed Automatic | 3.9 litre V12 | 58,637 miles from new | AU$234,995 Released in 1968 the Espada, another Lamborghini bedroom wall poster phenomenon, ensured enthusiasts of the raging bull would be gasping for it over their next breath. Alongside its siblings, the vaunted Miura and peerless 400GT, the Espada was brought to market as a technologically advanced Grand Touring Sportscar with comfortable space for 4. Penned by the fabled Gandini of Bertone, with ...

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  • Siena Red Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.5 litre | 104,216 kms | AU$32,995 Built between 1982 and 1991, the Porsche 944 was the replacement to the 924 that came before it. Using the same platform but heavily reworked through chassis stiffening, improved suspension tuning and an all new, Porsche-designed 2.5-liter four-cylinder power unit, the 944 was a totally driver focused canyon carving machine with 50/50 weight distribution and an impressive 120 kilowatts on tap. Styling ...

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  • Grigio Ferro| Convertible | 7 Speed Getrag dual-clutch | 4.3 litre V8 | 18,020 kms | AU$199,995 Reviving the California name from the famous 250GT Spyder, the modern-day car had big shoes to fill and whilst maybe not fair to compare their price tags the stunning roadster exceeded expectations and was perhaps one of Ferrari's most innovative models to date. Launched in 2008 the California was the first to sport a front-engine V8, the first to use direct injection, the first seven-speed ...

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  • Black | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 4,301 kms | AU$319,995 Today, just about ninety percent of the new sports car market is devoured by turbocharging technology it’s still great to throw back to the good old days and the latest generation of the 911 GT3 does just that. Known for it’s excellent driving abilities that even a master will never fully exploit, part of the magic of a GT3 is its noise, feel and speed that has been wrapped into a package that its appearance ...

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  • Mahogany Metallic | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Turbo Flat 6 | 24,007 kms | AU$239,995 When Porsche unveiled the first 911 Turbo over 40 years ago, it instantly became the new benchmark of high performance. Four decades of engineering evolution later Porsche released the 911 Type 991 Turbo, powerful and uncompromisingly functional the Turbo is undoubtedly the ultimate and most usable supercar available today. Powered by a fiery 520hp, 3.8 Litre flat-six engine, with twin turbochargers ...

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  • Black | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre | 52,690 kms | AU$189,995 “Its true genius is more evident now than when this hero rolled out in 1999” – Wheels Magazine December, 2019 The 911 Type 996 GT3 Mk1 was launched at the 1999 Geneva Motorshow in a temporary window for Porsche where an old-school approach to driver assistance met a legendary engine and tyre combination. In three words- Porsche’s competition pedigree, is what makes the GT3 Mk1 the driver’s choice today. ...

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  • Calypso Red | Roadster | 5 Speed Manual | 1.6 litre Turbo | 65,920 kms | AU$32,995 Building on the legendary first-generation Lotus Elan from the 1960s, the new Elan launched in 1989 followed Lotus’ principles of an ultra-lightweight composite body attached to a rigid steel backbone chassis with a firecracker 1.6L turbocharged engine. In 1995, after Bugatti acquired Lotus, the limited production Elan S2 was launched. It used the same Isuzu 1.6 litre turbo-charged engines as the earlier ...

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  • Champagne Yellow | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 1600 cc 4 cylinder | 84,157 miles showing | AU$194,995 The Porsche Type 356 was first introduced in 1948 and is today regarded as one of the purest, purpose-built sports cars ever designed. The 356 B, produced from 1960 through 1963, represents the mid-point for Porsche's design progression and was given significant styling and technical refinements over the outgoing Model A. The B added safety features demanded by the growing U.S market ...

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  • Admiral Blue | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual with Overdrive | 2.0 litre 4 cylinder | 109,399 miles | AU$55,995 From the March 1958 Issue of Car and Driver “Seldom, if ever, remembering back over the last few years, have we ever met a man who bought a TR2 or a TR3 and regretted the purchase”. 1955 marked the introduction of one of Triumph’s most successful models, the Triumph TR3, which won races, rallies and the adoration of the enthusiast road going market. The TR3 was well-known ...

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  • Spark Silver Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.6 litre Twin Turbo | 64,532 kms | AU$79,995 Unveiled at the 1993 Tokyo Motor Show and surrounded by huge hype, fans had to wait until January 1995 for the new 9th Generation Nissan R33 Skyline GT-R to hit dealerships. Surpassing expectation, in Japan, Nissan ran a television commercial called the "Minus 21-second Dream". It showed the R33 GT-R running the Nürburgring 21 seconds faster than the previous R32. That made it the world’s ...

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  • Lapis Blue | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre | 56,717 kms | AU$86,995 Designed to be the ultimate sports coupe, Porsche introduced the 911 Type 996 Carrera 4S in 2003 combining an all-wheel-drive chassis, 3.6-liter, 320-horsepower non-turbo flat-six with wide rear fenders, larger rolling stock, massive air-intake grills and a host of modern tech normally reserved for the 911 Turbo. This was and still is one of the best 911’s ever to leave Stuttgart. Design cues like the tail light ...

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  • Jet Black | Convertible | 8 Speed ZF Automatic | 4.0 litre V8 Twin Turbo | 4,218 kms | AU$349,995 Based on the DB11 V8 Coupe, the DB11 Volante was designed to keep buyers out of the Ferrari and Porsche showrooms by bringing to the table effortless luxury, class, excellent performance and exclusivity with only 10 arriving to Australia in its first year after launch. Aston Martin’s flagship roadster offers four seats and a 16-layer folding insulated fabric roof which has the ability to ...

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  • Carrara White | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Flat Six | 31,509 kms | AU$199,995 Before the uncover of the new type 991, Porsche gave the 997 one last hurrah and along came the GTS, A sportier, wide track, higher horsepower and highly specified version of the Carrera S/4S. Normally reserved for 4WD and Motorsport department models the rear-drive GTS retained its curvaceous wide-track body, it was also given a 3.8 litre direct-injection motor with the Power Kit found in the Speedster ...

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  • Midnight Blue | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Tiptronic | 3.6 litre flat six | 96,284 kms | AU$83,995 For its 4th generation, Porsche invested heavily within its halo car and produced perhaps the most pivotal 911 to date. The Type 993 911 Carrera was 80% newer compared to the earlier Type 964 with all new coke bottle style architecture, a much improved multi-link rear suspension set-up and a heavily worked 3.6 litre engine. Over the 964, the new 911 engine now produced 272hp, pushing air-cooled ...

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  • Granat Rot Metallic| Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre | 181,835 kms | AU$69,995 BMW's swift two-door 2002 sedan was arguably responsible for kick-starting the company's image as a purveyor of sporting sedans. Spawned by BMW’s director of product planning, Helmut Werner Bönsch, and Alex von Falkenhausen, designer of the M10 engine. Both had BMW 1600-2’s for personal use and both had installed a two-litre M10 motor for a little more satisfactory performance. Whilst they were having ...

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  • Diamond Silver | Hatchback | 5 Speed Manual | 1.8 litre | ca 68,969 kms | AU$49,995 Launched in Germany in 1976 equipped with a pocket rocket fuel injected 1.6-Litre Inline 4-Cylinder producing 110HP to its front wheels and considered by many to be the spiritual father of hot hatchery, the Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTi is the car you’ve secretly always wanted. By 1982 numerous hot hatch rivals appeared and cries for greater power led to an upgraded 1.8-Litre engine mated to a five-speed manual ...

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  • Sebring Silver | Targa | 6 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre V6 | 30,694 kms | AU$224,995 Honda's first supercar, the NSX debuted in Australia in 1991 and set new standards for the supercar class the NSX possessed excellent performance from its V-Tech engine while remaining as civilised as their other production road cars. Final sign off on the chassis was believed to be done by the legendary Ayton Senna through Honda’s supply of engines to F1. Despite being developed during F1's turbo era, ...

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  • White Gold Metallic | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 3.3 litre Turbo Flat Six | 91,119 kms | AU$269,995 An engineer’s car, developed from a racer and one of the most raw and unbridled sports cars Porsche owners could sink their teeth into, the 911 Type 930 Turbo was and will continue to be a sports motoring legend. Designed by Ernst Fuhrmann to be Porsche’s Halo car, the 930 Turbo was produced from 1975 through to 1989 and constantly evolved over its 14-year production run with the final ...

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  • Dove Grey | Saloon | 4 Speed Manual | 2.4 litre | 88,781 miles showing | AU$39,995 Launched in 1955, the 'Mk1' 2.4L (as it would be known retrospectively after the Mk2's arrival) extended Jaguar's domination of the high-performance car market in Britain, slotting neatly into the Coventry firm's range alongside the big MkVII M saloon and the XK140 sports car. Unmistakably a Jaguar with the ‘Leaping Cat’ mascot sitting proudly above the grille this medium sized newcomer broke new ground ...

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  • Onyx Black Metallic | Coupé | 6 Speed Touchtronic| 4.7 litre V8 | 12,680 kms | AU$109,995 The V8 Vantage caters to all true piston heads, there is nothing more appetizing than a car that’s rear-wheel drive with a naturally aspirated front-engine throaty V8 and an exhaust note you never tire of. In May of 2008 Aston Martin announced its all new technological updates for the Vantage, including improvements to the engine, transmissions and suspension. It received an all new lightweight ...

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  • Baltic Blue Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre Twin Turbo | 46,976 kms | AU$67,995 From its inception in 1973 the World Rally Championship (WRC) was, for almost two decades the exclusive domain of European marques including Alpine-Renault, Lancia, Fiat, Ford UK, Audi and Peugeot. But in 1990, Japan finally broke the strong hold with what became the most successful Japanese-made rally car of all time – the Toyota Celica GT-Four. The lightweight, turbocharged, all-wheel ...

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  • Alpine Blue | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic | 1.8litre Turbocharged 4 Cylinder | 6,484 kms | AU$99,995 Jean Rédélé's giant killer Alpines fitted with Renault power trains are regarded as some of the greatest race and rally cars of all time. Produced from 1962 through to 1977, this spicy two-seater rivalled the Porsche 911 for balance and performance and amassed a fine trophy case including a 1 and 2 victory at the 1971 Monte Carlo Rally and a 1-2-3 finish in 1973 en route ...

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  • Tartan Red | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual Overdrive | 1.8 litre | 68,458 miles showing | AU$49,995 Atop the list of all-time great classic sports cars is the MG B roadster. A car designed to appeal to the hearts and wallets of drivers the world over the B was also MG’s most performance-oriented model at the time. Launched at the 1962 London Motor Show, the most desirable and collectable of its series Mk1 MG B features a dependable 1.8 litre B-series engine mated to a four-speed manual ...

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  • Blu Tour de France | Convertible | 7 Speed Getrag dual-clutch | 4.3 litre V8 | 23,640 kms | AU$199,995 Reviving the California name from the famous 250GT Spyder, the modern-day car had big shoes to fill and whilst maybe not fair to compare their price tags the stunning roadster exceeded expectations and was perhaps one of Ferrari's most innovative models to date. Launched in 2008 the California was the first to sport a front-engine V8, the first to use direct injection, the first seven-speed ...

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  • Arctic Silver | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre Turbo | 49,979 kms | AU$209,995 Porsche’s gun for hire 911 Turbo, with a 3.6-litre flat six, 473hp, a whacking 680Nm of torque and four-wheel drive, was the flagship of the 911 line-up in 2006 - marked internally as the 997 generation. Chris Harris for Autocar Magazine said in his 2006 review, “The 997 Turbo is unquestionably the best sports car the world has ever seen. That much is non-negotiable. It does things normal cars can’t: ...

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  • Gold Metallic | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 1200cc Flat 4 Cylinder | 51,578 miles | AU$84,995 Styled by Italian’s and hand built by German’s. Made famous by building lightweight bodies for Italian marques for the Mille Miglia, the Carrozzeria Ghia design company have been building and designing cars since 1913. It was in 1955 when Ghia teamed up with German coachbuilding company Karmann and spawned the iconic 50’s classic, the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. Designers around the world ...

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  • Black | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Automatic| 3.6 litre Flat Six | 162,797 kms | AU$127,995 When the 911 Type 964 was first brought to market, Porsche was keen to emphasise that, although it was patently still a 911, it was in fact 87% different from the outgoing model. With its debut in 1989 for the MY 90 Year, The new 911 design featured more integrated bumpers and a host of mechanical changes, most significant of which was the availability of four-wheel drive. Displacement was raised ...

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  • Aubergine Metallic | Roadster | 1 Speed Reduction Gear | 56kWh Battery | 215kW (288bhp) / 400Nm Torque | 14,823 kms | AU$139,995 One of the worlds fastest accelerating sportscars, the Tesla Roadster was the catalyst for the electric rEVolution and demonstrated to the world that EV’s could be sexy, quick and above all efficient. In the 1900, electric cars accounted for about one-third of all vehicles on the road, and then almost disappeared from the landscape as petrol powered models took ...

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  • Blue | Twin Cab Ute | 3 Speed Automatic | 2.1 litre | 190,546 kms | AU$34,995 This thrifty, durable, economical and comfortable breeze block spread all over the world and for good reason but the ravages of time have taken their toll and finding a good’en is no easy feat. A spacious compartment with little engine noise or heat and a surprisingly refined drive thanks to its rear engine and independently sprung suspension the VW Transporter went everywhere and carried everything from people, ...

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  • Sealing Wax Red/Maroon Brown | Micro Bus | 4 Speed Manual | 2.4 litre | 58,604 miles showing | AU$259,995 Hotter than lava lamps and cooler than colour TV, for 63 years the Volkswagen Kombi has been the elementary choice for families to escape suburbia, the long-haired to circumnavigate the globe spreading love, surfers in search of the perfect swell and as a commercial workhorse across countless industries in countless countries delivering parcels, bread, flowers or frozen fish. If someone ...

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  • Azzuro Le Mans | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre | 9,735 miles | AU$209,995 Offered here is an exceptionally rare opportunity to be the next custodian of one of the finest and lowest mileage original right-hand drive Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV’s in the world. This Australian delivered car was ordered in Le Mans Blue over Tan trim and is accompanied by fully documented mileage from new with all delivery books, purchase invoices and complete ownership history from day one. Purchased ...

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  • Dark Green | Utility | 4 Speed Manual | 1.6 litre Inline 4 Cylinder Petrol | 65,241 miles | AU$89,995 The Land Rover was the brainchild of Rover’s chief designer Maurice Wilks, inspired by the Willys Jeep in 1947 he wanted to improve on the concept by developing an even tougher adventuring vehicle. Legend has it that the first rudimentary outline of the vehicle was drawn in the sand on a beach in Northern Wales. Fast forward over 70 years and the Land Rover has spawned extreme versions ...

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  • Ivory | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 3.4 litre inline 6 Cylinder | Chassis Number 660165 | AU$164,995 Delivered new on the 15th November 1950 to Bib (Bermak) Stillwell in Birch Grey with Biscuit and Red Duo leather trim and a French Grey soft top for the princely sum of one thousand five hundred and eighty six pounds (Australian). This early XK 120 was campaigned early on in its life and its first outing was at Rob Roy in Victoria on January 29th 1951 where it beat three other XK120 and ...

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  • Donington Grey | Roadster | 6 Speed Automatic | 1.5 litre Turbocharged 3 Cylinder Electric Hybrid | 2,663 kms | AU$209,995 BMW’s first step in the direction of sustainable automobiles was implementing “Project i” marketed as a sub-brand for their all new electric fleet. After 4 years of EV concepts at motor show’s globally and the Vision Efficient Dynamics concept featured in the film “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” the BMW i8 was released at the 2013 German International ...

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  • Copper Brown Metallic | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre Turbocharged Flat Six | 196,504 kms | AU$349,995 In times of an oil crisis and automotive restraint, Porsche showed uncompromising attitude. From its motorsport dominance in virtually every form of international racing, the team at Weissach worked to develop a totally new road car. With the first production turbocharged sports car, the world held its breath. The result wasn’t just a fast car, but the fastest and most powerful ...

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  • Dakar Yellow | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre Inline 6 | 17,985 kms | AU$89,995 It was the first M3 powered by a six-cylinder engine displacing 2990 cc producing 282 horsepower. It was the first M3 to be built in right-hand drive and the first BMW generation to offer VANOS- a variable valve timing system that perpetually adjusts the engines camshafts so maximum torque is available under partial and full load. The E36 M3 is also one of the best-handling cars money can buy. At the time, ...

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  • Carrera White with Red Decals | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre | 28,869 kms | AU$289,995 The very first of the officially labelled water-cooled RennSport GT3’s applying all the initial principles fabled from the original Carrera RS; lightweight, precision, naturally-aspirated and track-ready. The 911 GT3 RS Type 996 today is one of the last of the true analogue 911’s from the “RS” moniker. Introduced for the 996 generation of 911 in 2003 to homologate the GT3 RSR for racing, ...

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  • Light Bleu Moyen | Hatch | 3 Speed Manual | 747 cc | 94,332 miles showing | AU$19,995 The Renault 4 was launched in 1961 as a “Blue Jeans” concept car. The replacement of the hugely successful Renault 4CV, the new R4 was a versatile and inexpensive “tackle anything” car with a worldwide calling. In short, the concept worked selling over 1 Million cars in just 4 years, a European record at the time. Like its chief rival, Citröen's 2CV, much of the R4's appeal lay in its classless ...

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  • Lava Orange | Targa| 7 Speed PDK | 3.0 litre Turbo 6 Cylinder | 2,044 kms | AU$244,995 Taking their lead from the now collectable 996 C4 S of the late 90s, Porsche gave the current 991.2 911 C4 the supercar-swatting Turbo model’s wider rear arches and Tron® inspired rear light bar that connects the two rear light units together. The models available at launch included the Carrera 4 coupe and cabriolet, the 4S coupe and cabriolet, and the stunning, rarely seen Targa 4 and Targa 4S. ...

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  • Pearl White | Coupé | 6 Speed automated sequential gearbox | 4.8 litre V10 | 5,566 kms | AU$899,995 A limited production run, carbon fibre special that endured a nine-year gestation period in the pursuit of automotive engineering perfection, unlike most other manufacturers Halo models, the Lexus LFA is totally uncompromising. A featherweight, lean yet muscular and immensely strong supercar constructed of carbon fiber with a shape sculpted from hundreds of hours of wind-tunnel modelling ...

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  • Arrow Blue | Coupé | 3 Speed Sportomatic | 2.7 litre flat six | 33,208 kms showing | AU$114,995 Since the prototype was unveiled in 1963, the Porsche 911 has gone on to become perhaps the most famous sports car of all time. A classically Germanic blend of engineering excellence and austerely beautiful design, it remains to this day perhaps the only supercar that can be reliably used every day. As Ferry Porsche once put it: “The 911 is the only car you could drive on an African safari ...

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  • British Racing Green | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual Overdrive | 2.0 litre | 63,692 miles showing | AU$59,995 The Triumph TR3 was produced between 1955 and 1962 by the Standard-Triumph Motor Company of Coventry, England. The TR3’s performance was excellent, powered by a 1,991cc inline four cylinder producing 100 horsepower which was five more than the earlier TR2 thanks to its larger SU-H6 Carburettors. The Triumph was campaigned in races, hill climbs, and rallies across the world with ...

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  • Signal Orange | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 1500cc 4 Cylinder | 106,388 miles | AU$39,995 Designed by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche as a means of mass transportation for a growing and heavily industrialised nation in the mid-1930s, the Volkswagen Beetle survived 64 years of production, enjoying silver screen stardom and phenomenal sales records in the process. Development of the Beetle was continuous, the original 1100cc model giving way to 1300 and 1500 versions in the mid-1960s and early 70’s ...

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  • Polar Silver | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre 4 cylinder | 73,620 kms | AU$114,995 The front-engine revolution that breathed new life into Zuffenhausen in the 1970's led to some of the best Porsche's ever built. Following on from the 924 & 944 success both in production and motorsport, the 1990's saw the last incarnation of the inline, 4 cylinder models - the Porsche 968. For the 1993 Model Year, Porsche introduced a Clubsport version, tailor made for the driving enthusiast to ...

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  • Liquid Yellow | Hatchback | 6 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre Turbocharged 4 Cylinder | 18,019 kms | AU$32,995 The Renault Megane R.S. 275 Cup Premium edition is one of the quickest and most exciting front-wheel drive hot hatches money can buy, known for its supreme chassis. In a 2016 review, Performance Drive stated “It will hold on far longer on twisty roads than other hot hatches, pulling grip from who knows where. There is virtually no body roll at all, and a huge amount of chassis grip. ...

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  • Blu Tour De France | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 5.5 litre V12 | 70,940 kms | AU$249,995 It’s naturally aspirated V12 engine positioned at the front of the car marked a return to Ferrari’s traditional GT roots with the 550 Maranello. Today, there are three key reasons the 550 Maranello enjoys sitting atop collector’s and driver’s wish lists- 1. A chrome gated 6 speed manual 2. A colossal naturally aspirated V12 with unending levels of power 3. Everyday comfort and drivability. In ...

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  • Silver | Targa | 5 Speed Manual| 2.4 litre | 86,655 kms | AU$229,995 Despite an oil crisis that effectively killed petrol guzzling cars, the automotive industry during the early 1970’s continued to produce exciting and classically styled sports cars, and Porsche was a major player in that effort. For Porsche enthusiasts, the 1973 911 represents the last year of lightweight cars before the advent of impact bumpers, and for many purists, the '2.4' is the last original 911. These models ...

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  • Obsidian Black | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic | 6.3 litre V8 | 18,525 kms | AU$447,995 After this finishing second and fourth in the 1952 Mille Miglia, followed by victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a road-going version of the Mercedes-Benz W194 was created: the iconic W198 300 SL. The 300 SL is one of the most iconic car designs ever created and its due to those “Gullwing” doors and innovative spaceframe chassis, so, it was Mercedes-Benz trick card they’d had up their ...

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  • Hammerhead Silver | Coupé | 8 Speed Touchtronic 3 Automatic | 5.2 litre V12 Twin Turbo | 1,515 kms | AU$379,995 Replacing the standard DB11, Aston Martin claims that the all new flagship model, the DB11 AMR, is faster, dynamically superior and sleeker on the inside. The AMR is powered by the same 5.2 litre Twin-Turbo V12 built by Aston Martin however due to its new name, the DB11 “Aston Martin Racing”, the new DB11 has had a slight facelift with a few exciting improvements. It ...

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  • Red | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 3.4 litre inline 6 Cylinder | 83,009 miles showing | AU$169,995 Launched at the 1948 Earl’s Court Motor Show to a war-weary Britain, the XK120 with its plunging wave style lines and 120 mph performance was the car that lifted Jaguar from ambitious British challenger to global motoring icon. It’s all new 6 cylinder twin OHC motor would also go on to achieve major competition success, including 5 wins at Le Mans in both the C and D types throughout ...

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  • Signal Orange | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre flat six | 49,676 miles showing | AU$214,995 Introduced in 1963, the 911 would be the flagship of Porsche production for 30 years, retaining the same basic construction yet constantly modified and uprated as the years went by. With a layout broadly similar to the 356, early 911’s had a steel platform chassis with springing by torsion bars, MacPherson front struts and rear trailing arms, all mated to a glorious flat-6 air-cooled engine ...

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  • GT Silver | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.0 litre Twin Turbo Flat 6 | 3,491 kms | AU$199,995 Made for Drivers and not procrastinators the 2018 Porsche 911T (T for Touring) is a stripped-back, lightweight weapon of choice for the open road. The package offers a limited-slip differential, Porsche’s PASM adaptive damping system (and the 20mm suspension drop that comes with it), 20-inch lightweight alloys and sports exhaust. With the additional lightweight glass for the rear screen and side ...

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  • Ultimate Black | Coupé | 6 Speed Single Clutch Electrohydraulic Manual | 5.9 litre V12 | 5,054 kms | AU$299,995 A grand finale for the Works Service alchemists at Newport Pagnell saying good bye to manufacturing before moving all operations to the mega factory in Gaydon, the Aston Martin Vanquish S was the last model to leave the Aston Martin Lagonda factory in Milton Keynes. Celebrating the skilled craftsmanship of the team at Newport Pagnell, Aston Martin released a final limited edition ...

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  • Arctic Silver | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre Twin Turbo | 40,047 kms | AU$249,995 The fabled 911 Type 996 GT2 was Porsche's fastest and most expensive model for 2002, costing $500,000 brand new. 10 percent more powerful and 7 percent lighter than the 911 Turbo from which it evolved, with zero driver aids and power delivered directly to the rear wheels the GT2 quickly developed a reputation for being the ultimate driver's car. Fitted with a twin turbocharged flat-six 3.6 litre ...

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  • Pearl White Elite Metallic | Roadster | 1 Speed Reduction Gear | 53kWh Battery | 215kW (288bhp) / 400Nm Torque | 6,388 kms | AU$154,995 One of the worlds fastest accelerating sportscars, the Tesla Roadster was the catalyst for the electric rEVolution and demonstrated to the world that EV’s could be sexy, quick and above all efficient. In the 1900, electric cars accounted for about one-third of all vehicles on the road, and then almost disappeared from the landscape as petrol powered models ...

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  • Sebring Silver | Targa | 6 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre V6 | 26,609 kms | AU$199,995 Honda's first supercar, the NSX debuted in Australia in 1991 and set new standards for the supercar class the NSX possessed excellent performance from its V-Tech engine while remaining as civilised as their other production road cars. Final sign off on the chassis was believed to be done by the legendary Ayton Senna through Honda’s supply of engines to F1. Despite being developed during F1's turbo era, ...

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  • Pearl Black Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.6 litre Twin Turbo I6 | 109,728 kms | AU$102,995 Very few cars have influenced the modern automotive world more significantly than the Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R. Affectionately known as 'Godzilla', this generation of GT-R was disqualified from racing the world over simply because it would annihilate its competition. At the heart of the R32 GT-R was Nissan's 2.6-litre straight-six with twin ceramic turbochargers and intercooler, allied ...

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  • Grigio Silverstone | Coupé | 7 Speed F1 Dual Clutch | 4.5 litre V8 | 19,530 kms | AU$349,995 Arguably the most gorgeous example of the modern series and the car that redefined how the supercar should drive. The final prancing horse to collaborate with Pininfarina, the award-winning 458 captures all the theatre, beauty and excitement you expect from a Ferrari and much more. Premiering at the 2009 Frankfurt Motorshow, the 458 Italia was an anticipated event after the success of the ...

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  • Ivory | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual | 1.9 litre inline 4 cylinder | 45,764 miles showing | AU$269,995 Beautifully restrained, elegant, and just about perfect. An article from the New York Motor Show best described the Mercedes Benz 190 SL as "a stunning new production sports car that offers three hits – Race bred performance, luxurious comfort and operational robustness - with no errors”. Based on the curvaceous shape of the race-going Gullwing and with bank-vault solid construction ...

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  • Fashion Grey | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 1,111 kms | AU$599,995 Engineered as the purest modern 911 delivering flavours of the past blended with leading edge tech of today, the limited production Type 991 911 R is an immutable modern classic, singularly focused on thrilling the driver. In March of 2016 Porsche unveiled the limited edition 911 R for the Geneva Motor Show. Just 991 units were produced for Porsche preferred customers. What do you get in this Package? ...

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  • Guards Red | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 11,367 kms | AU$304,995 Today, just about ninety percent of the new sports car market is devoured by turbocharging, so if you want to drive a naturally aspirated German engineered motorsport engine with nearly 500hp on tap on possibly the greatest chassis ever designed, you’ll just have to buy the latest generation of the 911 GT3. Known for its excellent driving abilities that even a master will never fully exploit, part of the ...

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  • White | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 529 kms | AU$589,999 Engineered as the purest modern 911 delivering flavours of the past blended with leading edge tech of today, the limited production Type 991 911 R is an immutable modern classic, singularly focused on thrilling the driver. In March of 2016 Porsche unveiled the limited edition 911 R for the Geneva Motor Show. Just 991 units were produced for Porsche preferred customers. Using the power unit from one of Stuttgart’s ...

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  • Blanc Meije | Sedan | 5 Speed Manual | 2.3 litre Inline 4 Cylinder | 91,028 kms showing | AU$84,995 Classic and Sportscar Magazine named this car the most beautiful of all time, voted by a panel of gearheads like Ian Callum, Gordon Murray and Leonardo Fioravanti and upon its arrival seemingly from out of space in 1955 the Citroën DS radically revolutionised automotive design. Eminent Italian car designer, Marcello Gandini famously said the car was madness from a business and industrial ...

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  • Pearl White | Coupé | 7 Speed Sport Automatic | 3.8 litre Twin Turbo V6 | 2,910 kms | AU$239,995 The Skyline GT-R has been the Halo car for Nissan since 1969. Not just the carrot Nissan used to get you into the showroom when you were really there to buy a Gloria but THE benchmark all other Japanese car manufacturers were measured against. Production of the R35 GT-R began in 2007 and was released to the world in early 2008. Nissan chief creative officer, Shiro Nakamura, said the ...

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  • Verde Pino | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.0 litre 4 cylinder | 19,650 miles showing | AU$99,995 Alfa Romeo has been tugging on heart strings of car enthusiasts since 1910 and we aren’t sure there’s another car that is more attractive than the Italian styling and presence of a 105 “Step-front”, today considered to be highly collectible and one of the most beautiful automotive designs of the 1960s. The Junior featured a lively, all aluminium twin-cam four-cylinder engine mated to ...

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  • Sepia Brown | Targa | 4 Speed Sportomatic | 2.4 litre | 104,354 kms | AU$229,995 The Porsche 911, “They are unique, they have character… and will admirably serve the man who is sensitive to them and with equal facility betray the one who isn’t” – Car & Driver 1972 February Issue - this undissolving Porsche nature has been like this from the beginning thus building legions of breathless enthusiasts ever since. First produced in 1964 all models produced up to 1973 have become ...

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  • Rivera Blue | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre 4 cylinder | 102,806 kms | AU$114,995 The front-engine revolution that breathed new life into Zuffenhausen in the 1970's led to some of the best Porsche's ever built. Following on from the 924 & 944 success both in production and motorsport, the 1990's saw the last incarnation of the inline, 4 cylinder models - the Porsche 968. For the 1993 Model Year, Porsche introduced a Clubsport version, tailor made for the driving enthusiast to ...

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  • Meissenblau | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 414 kms | AU$384,995 The GT3 Touring is Porsches way of channelling the original analogue 911s, the name “Touring” originally derived from the 1973 2.7 Carrera RS, meaning it was essentially the RS fitted with creature comforts for the open road. Upon purchasing a Touring, you are informed that the GT3’s fixed wing is to be removed, you’re banned from optioning a roll cage or fire extinguisher and you were only allowed ...

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  • Graphite Grey Metallic | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch | 3.8 litre V8 Twin-Turbo | 24,823 kms | AU$235,995 Constructed like no other Supercar, the McLaren 12C rose from Formula 1 Championship Heritage and developed by a world-class team of designers and engineers with hands-on Grand Prix experience. In 2012 the McLaren MP4-12C was voted 'Best Supercar' and overall 'Car of the Year' with the “Best Engine” award following a year later – just what you would expect from F1 geniuses. ...

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  • Oxford White with full decal kit | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 5.0 litre V8 | 486 kms | AU$135,995 The 2017 Ford Mustang is already an exciting and desirable vehicle in its own right. However, the opportunity to increase its performance and collectability was not missed by Tickford Australia. The vehcile we have for offer is modelled off the livery of the Ford Falcon XC Hardtops Moffat and team-mate Colin Bond drove to the famous factory 1-2, the Tickford Bathurst ’77 Special features ...

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  • Ermine White | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 5.4 litre V8 | 65,734 miles | AU$135,995 The Corvette was the aspirational carrot that Chevrolet dangled in front of you in the showroom when you were going to buy your Impala. 1965 was the third year of the Corvette’s second-generation that centralised on some significant mechanical upgrades vastly improving the cars already impressive handling and drivability. America’s sportscar, the Corvette Sting Ray featured build quality and performance ...

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  • Carmine Red | Roadster | 4 Speed Manual Overdrive | 2.7 litre 4 cylinder | 15,418 miles | AU$129,995 With nomenclature taken from its ability to reach 100mph the Austin Healey 100/4 is considered to deliver the most original and most pure driving experience of all the big Healey’s- agile, punchy and incredibly versatile. With muscular styling, a tarmac tearing 90hp engine which racing historian Griffith Borgeson wrote "Such high torque at low engine speed is one of the competition assets ...

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  • Iridium Silver | Coupé | 7 Speed AMG Speedshift DCT | 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 | 3,991 kms | AU$182,995 Large, fast, loud and proud, the Mercedes-AMG GT is an uproarious supercar that will never fail to thrill. The successor to the SLS AMG, the GT was to be a serious AMG supercar yet much more affordable than its wildly expensive father, it was also meant to be a 911 rival, but the AMG GT is much more than that. Handcrafted by racers, using Mercedes F1 technology the hardware ...

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  • Bianco Icarus | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic | 5.0 litre V10 | 14,241 kms | AU$309,995 As we watched Lamborghini create some of the most culture shocking designs, did we ever expect them to develop a raging bull we could drive every day? More importantly…. Did we expect a tractor to become a supercar? Whilst we saw the Murcielago and the Gallardo pull the Italian marque into the modern ages, they still carried those supercar traits that deemed them unjustifiable for daily ...

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  • Passion Red | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.0 litre Twin Turbo V6 | 54,054 kms | AU$ 74,995 A high-tech Sapporo express ahead of its time, if there was ever a posterchild for Japanese performance car technology it was the Mitsubishi 3000GT (or GTO in Japan). An advanced and unburstable beast featuring a transversely mounted, front-mid-twin-turbo V6 producing 210kw good to despatch the 0-100km/h sprint in just 5.5 secs, ABS, all-wheel drive, four-wheel-steering, active aerodynamics, tuneable ...

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  • Alpine White | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre Inline 6 | 91,653 kms | AU$52,995 The low-key E36 M3 debuted in February, 1992 and right out of the box it was praised for preserving the fire that ignited its legendary predecessor and pioneering many firsts. It was the first M3 powered by a six-cylinder engine displacing 2990 cc and developing a fluidly available 282 hp. It was the first M3 to be built in right-hand drive and the first BMW generation to offer VANOS- a variable valve timing ...

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  • Light Ivory | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre flat six | 71,480 miles showing | AU$239,995 Introduced in 1963, the 911 would be the flagship of Porsche production for 30 years, retaining the same basic construction yet constantly modified and uprated as the years went by. With a layout broadly similar to the 356, early 911’s had a steel platform chassis with springing by torsion bars, MacPherson front struts and rear trailing arms, all mated to a glorious flat-6 air-cooled engine ...

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  • Black | 2+2 Hatchback | 4 Speed Manual | 2.9 litre straight Six | 23,520 miles showing | POA When David Brown Limited purchased Aston Martin in 1947, it started an all-new era for the British manufacturer that paved the way for every classic DB series for next coming years to what would be the most iconic classic car series in the world. 1950 brought the first of their Le Mans protype’s to be called the DB2 and Sir David Brown acquired the Lagonda business for the 2.6 Litre W.O. Bentley-designed ...

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  • Cream Yellow | Sedan | 5 Speed Manual | 2.3 litre Turbocharged 5 Cylinder | 94,764 kms | AU$34,995 The Swedish manufacture revealed it’s all new sedan in 1991 trumping its competitors with a few world firsts like it’s all new transverse five pot engine, side impact protection, self-adjusting seat belt and ‘delta-link’ rear axle design – revolutionary stuff. However, it wasn’t until the T-5R alternatively known as the “Really Quite Fast Yellow One” was released in 1994 ...

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  • Grandprix White | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.8 litre flat 6 | 214,341 kms | AU$189,995 When the 911 Type 964 was first brought to market, Porsche was keen to emphasise that, although it was patently still a 911, it was in fact 87% different from the outgoing model. The new 911 design featured more integrated bumpers and a host of mechanical changes, most significant of which was the availability of four-wheel drive. Displacement was raised to 3600cc, producing an impressive (even ...

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  • Corris Grey/Black | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Diesel | 41,504 kms | AU$72,995 After 68 years of delivering mankind to the ends of the earth and back again, in January of 2016 the boundless Land Rover Defender exited the building, and it will never be the same again. Seemingly styled with a butcher’s knife, the Defender’s bullet-proof, signature design remained largely unchanged for nearly 70 years. But as of the 29th of January 2016 Defender, production sadly came to an end, ...

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  • Charleston Red and Black | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Manual | 600 cc 2 cylinder | 98,002 miles | AU$29,995 Germany and Volkswagen had the Beetle as its affordable automobile for the masses and for France, there was the Citroën 2CV, or deux cheveaux in its native French. After going on sale in 1949, production could barely keep up with demand and by 1952 there was an 18-month waiting list, underscoring the 2CV’s undeniable popularity. Although the last 2CV rolled off the production line ...

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  • Blue Metallizzo | Coupé GT | 3 Speed Automatic |5.4 litre V8 | 06658 miles showing | AU$129,995 Named after Mr. Piero Rivolta’s wife, the Iso Rivolta Lele is a GT Sports Coupé produced between 1969 and 1974. A rare sight on the road, especially in Australia just 280 cars were produced during its lifespan and it’s believed there was just 1 car delivered to our island by the factory. The Lele was Iso’s answer to the Lamborghini Espada, the only other high-end 2+2 GT car offered ...

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  • Rosso Bordeaux | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 2.4 litre V6 | 37,597 miles | AU$599,995 The nickname for Enzo’s son, the Ferrari Dino was a total break from tradition. Dino, an engineer, passed tragically at the age of 24, just as he began making a case for performance-oriented six cylinder engines within the brand’s racing efforts. Enzo was determined to ensure his son’s name and R&D lived on. The road going Dino 246 GT was born and debuted at the Turin Auto Show in November of 1969. ...

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  • Black | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 1,575 kms | AU$334,995 Today, just about ninety percent of the new sports car market is devoured by turbocharging technology it’s still great to throw back to the good old days and the latest generation of the 911 GT3 does just that. Known for it’s excellent driving abilities that even a master will never fully exploit, part of the magic of a GT3 is its noise, feel and speed that has been wrapped into a package that its appearance ...

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  • Titanium Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 5.3 litre Twin-Supercharged V8 | 6,615 kms | AU$ 789,995 In March of 1999, Aston Martin announced a limited-edition Vantage – THE VANTAGE LE MANS to celebrate the factory's famous victory at the Le Mans 24-Hour Race in 1959 when Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby took the chequered flag in a DB1/2- car #5. To celebrate that just 40 cars would be made. The very last of its kind, at the time, the AM V8 Vantage Le Mans was the fastest production ...

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  • Basalt Black | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.8 litre Twin Turbo flat Six | 25,704 kms | AU$265,995 When Porsche unveiled the first 911 Turbo over 40 years ago, it instantly became the new benchmark of high performance. Four decades of engineering evolution later Porsche released the 911 Type 991 Turbo, powerful and uncompromisingly functional the Turbo is undoubtedly the ultimate and most usable supercar available today. Powered by a fiery 520hp, 3.8litre flat six engine, with twin turbochargers ...

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  • Bianco Icarus | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic | 5.0 litre V10 | 6,624 kms | AU$309,999 As we watched Lamborghini create some of the most culture shocking designs, did we ever expect them to develop a raging bull we could drive every day? More importantly…. Did we expect a tractor to become a supercar? Whilst we saw the Murcielago and the Gallardo pull the Italian marque into the modern ages, they still carried those supercar traits that deemed them unjustifiable for daily use, ...

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  • British Racing Green | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 1.3 litre 4 Cylinder MFI | 39,367 kms | AU$45,995 British automaker Rover officially re-launched the Mini Cooper in September of 1990 basing the new design on the 'Mini 30', the most luxurious design to date and enlarging the engine to 1,275cc for an exciting performance upgrade. It was in 1997 a multi-point fuel injected engine was introduced, along with a front-mounted radiator and various safety improvements providing more usability and ...

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  • Reseda Green Metallic | SUV | 4 Speed Manual | 3.5 litre V8 | 76,218 kms | AU$35,995 In the world of SUVs, Range Rover is the gold standard. An all-weather, tackle any terrain machine and arguably the first off-road fashion accessory, early Range Rovers paved the way for this globetrotter’s modern popularity. A Paris to Dakar Rally winner and famously quoted by Harry’s Garage as being “perfect to throw your dead sheep into” fitted with a beefy 135 horsepower Rover V8, long ...

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  • Nero Helene | Coupé | 7 Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic | 5.2 litre V10 | 3,706 kms | AU$439,995 Considered to be one of Lamborghini’s finest lapping the “Ring” faster than any of its other naturally aspirated, hybrid or turbocharged competitors, the Huracan Performante is an absolute masterpiece. With a soundtrack not too dissimilar to an early Formula 1 car, it’ll achieve 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and whilst it’s 5.2 litre V10 only has an extra 22kW over the standard ...

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  • British Racing Green | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre Turbo | 54,660 kms | AU$325,000 A timeless, unbroken design and Porsche’s last truly hand-made car combined with what would be the final and ultimate factory refinement of the universally loved air-cooled M64/60 Boxer engine is what makes the Porsche Type 993 911 Turbo one of the most collectible and exhilarating modern classics available today. To put this “last of” models’ importance to the brand and its avid followers ...

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  • GT Silver | Spider | 6 Speed Manual | 5.7 litre V10 | 841 kms | POA In one of those tantalizingly rare instances when a concept car gets the tick of approval to enter production, launched in the year 2000, the Carrera GT was at the time the most exotic car Porsche had ever produced- Stuttgart’s answer to the Ferraro Enzo. Today, the Carrera GT is known as the “Silver Unicorn” especially in the more desirable Euro specification. It’s also THE car of choice for many of the ...

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  • Coral Red Metallic | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.4 litre Flat 6 | 162,837 kms | AU$124,995 Over the outgoing 3.2 Carrera, the ultra-modern 964 offered new coil springs and shock absorbers substantially improving the handling and the way the car put power down to the ground, aerodynamics were enhanced too using knowledge gained from the Le Mans winning 959 and 962 reducing the cars drag coefficient to just 0.32, and with virtually zero lift stability and road holding at high speeds the 964 ...

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  • Midnight Blue | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Tiptronic | 3.0 litre 4 cylinder | 131,495 kms | AU$54,995 As successful last hurrahs go, the 968 was a rousing cheer to Porsche’s 4-cylinder, front engine, rear-drive platform. Broadening the model line up to include a lightweight entry level Clubsport to the existing Coupé and flagship Cabriolet, the 968 became the affordable gateway to Porsche ownership. Launched in August 1991 for the Model Year 1992, it was largely based on the 944 chassis and ...

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  • Mid Blue Metallic | Cabriolet | 4 Speed Automatic | 3.0 litre 6 Cylinder | 62,088 miles showing | AU$479,995 The 300 SE of the late 1960s has been described as “The last of the great six-cylinder, two-door Mercedes". The 300 SE represented the German automaker’s finest effort to produce the best handcrafted luxury automobile possible, using the best materials and workmanship, and was aimed directly at the world’s automotive cognoscenti. Over six years of production, only 708 total ...

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  • Cypress Green Metallic | Coupé | 4 Speed Automatic | 2.8 litre | 141,825 miles | AU$39,995 Rock-solid, sporty, and packed with the latest engineering technologies and luxury options for its time, this 280 CE Mercedes-Benz could very well be the last car you’ll ever need. Topping the range with 185hp on tap from its silky and free revving 2.8 litre double-overhead-camshaft straight six, and its timeless pillarless design, in a 1978 review Motor magazine said “the 280 CE’s performance ...

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  • Mint Green | Coupé | 3 Speed Automatic | 3.3 litre | 183,364 kms | AU$34,995 Powered by BMW’s vaunted inline-six M30 engine producing an awesome 200HP and matched with less ostentatious GT styling by Paul Bracq, the E24 6 Series was launched into BMW’s new line of luxury GT cars and proved a huge success, even during the fuel crisis of the ‘70s. After a test in 1977 Motor Trend wrote, “This is the best BMW you can buy today, and perhaps the best car the Bavarian Motor Works has ...

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  • Nero | Coupé | 6 Speed F1 Manual | 6.0 litre V12 | 18,563 kms | AU$279,995 When it comes to choosing an exotic super car, it’s usually Italian, it’ll traditionally have a V12 and you won’t be able to help yourself… you’ll want a prancing horse emblem on the bonnet. Replacing the 575 Maranello, the 599 was given the Ferrari Enzo’s thumping 5,999cc naturally aspirated V12, the best in powerplant in the business lifted from the Enzo. Its all-mighty 612 horsepower is sent ...

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  • Magnetic Silver | Coupé | 8 Speed Sports Automatic | 4.0 litre V8 Twin Turbo | 979 kms | AU$299,995 After 14 years Aston Martin has finally revised the Vantage model line in succession with the new DB11, it was rumoured to have taken design ques from the DB10 prototype seen in the James Bond movie Spectre and in comparison, to its predecessor, the new Vantage is now punchier, lighter and very, very angry. Overall, everything has changed. The engine is far more responsive, the transmission ...

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  • Desert White | Coupé | 4 Speed Manual | 3.7 litre Straight 6 | 32,824 miles showing | POA There is something extraordinarily special about an Aston Martin from the 1960s. Sir David Brown’s leadership at the time brought the marque back from the clutches of insolvency. He then went on to set the standard for the iconic brand’s performance image today with a series of classic sports cars bearing his initials. Preceded by almost holy racing pedigree the Aston Martin DB4, unveiled ...

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  • Sable Metallic | Sedan | 4 Speed Semi-Automatic | 2.1 litre Inline 4 Cylinder | 44,354 kms showing | AU$59,995 From the moment their first motorcar rolled out of its Quai de Javel factory in 1919, Citroën has articulated a sense of creativity, style, and innovation that is quite unlike any other automobile manufacturer in history. One of the company’s most significant achievements came with the introduction of the DS in 1955. This revolutionary, other-worldly automobile shocked the ...

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  • Rosso Corsa | Targa | 5 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre V8 | 53,260 miles | AU$189,995 The Type 328 replaced the vaunted 308 line-up, and when it first appeared in 1985, quickly became a sporting style icon of the decadent 80’s. With cleaner lines, a modern interior and significantly enhanced performance over its predecessor, the 328 delivered a cockpit experience to be remembered. One of Ferrari’s most exciting ever and one of Ferrari’s most Ferrari looking Ferrari’s too. Producing ...

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  • Black | Coupé | 7 Speed Sports-Automatic (PDK) | 4.0 litre flat 6 | 16,578 kms | AU$339,995 Porsche’s most perfect 911, intestine twistingly brutal with shoot an apple off my head precision- “the uncompromising 991 GT3 RS has the best pace, best grip and best steering yet seen within a 911” Evo Magazine, 2015. With an expanded 4 litre, 493 horsepower flat six power unit, ruthlessly quick 7 speed PDK transmission (arguably the best box on the market), wider front and rear axles ...

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  • Giallo Ocra | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 1.6 litre 4 cylinder | 5716 miles showing | AU$109,995 One ‘Oh’ Five. Beautiful can’t begin to describe these gorgeous Italian sports cars, they have this uncanny ability to make any classic car geek drool and capture the hearts of just about everyone else. Every part of this car is for the driver, from its gorgeous looks to the throaty sound of the spritely twin-cam 4-cylinder, the mechanical feel of the gearbox, the well weighted steering ...

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  • Grasmere Green Metallic | 4x4 | 6 Speed Manual | 2.2 litre Diesel | 13,494 kms from new | AU$99,995 The truck… the myth… the legend. To finally send off the greatest and most iconic 4 x 4 ever produced, Land Rover released three highly spec’d, final and limited editions; the Adventure, the Autobiography and the Heritage. Throwing back to 1948 the Heritage is among the most collectible, an all-new car designed to look like the very original with distinct retro cues everywhere you ...

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  • Tungsten Silver | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 4.7 litre V8 | 42,680 kms | AU$119,995 Catering to all true piston heads, there is nothing more appetizing than a car that’s rear-wheel drive, sporting a naturally aspirated front-engine throaty V8 with an exhaust note you never tire of and ... Breathe ... A manual gearbox. The Aston Martin V8 Vantage is not only a desire, it’s a necessity. In May of 2008 Aston Martin announced its all new technological updates for the Vantage, including ...

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  • Midnight Blue Metallic | Coupé | 6 Speed Manual | 3.6 litre Turbo | 58,804 kms | AU$299,995 A timeless and unbroken design penned by Englishman Toni Hatter and Porsche’s last truly hand-made car combined with what would be the final and ultimate factory refinement of the universally loved air-cooled M64/60 Boxer engine the Porsche Type 993 911 Turbo is one of the most collectible and exhilarating modern classics seldom available today. Producing a whopping 408 horsepower with the help ...

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  • Black | Coup? | 4 Speed Manual | 1500 cc flat 4 cylinder | 12,566 miles showing | AU$209,995 By the early 1950s the very first Porsche, the type 356 had gained fame among enthusiasts around the world for its aerodynamics, surefooted handling, and excellent build quality. A class win at Le Mans in 1951 launched the Type 356 further into the stratosphere with production spanning another 13 years eventually giving rise to the vaunted 911 and making it one of the all-time great sports cars- ...

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  • Selenite Grey | Coupé | 7 Speed AMG Speedshift DCT | 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 | 8,043 kms | AU$165,995 Large, fast, loud and proud, the Mercedes-AMG GT is an uproarious supercar that will never fail to thrill. The successor to the SLS AMG, the GT was to be a serious AMG supercar yet much more affordable than its wildly expensive father, it was also meant to be a 911 rival, but the AMG GT is much more than that. Handcrafted by racers, using Mercedes F1 technology the hardware ...

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  • Pearl White over Bahama Blue | Sedan | 4 Speed Manual | 1300cc 4 Cylinder | 102,739 miles showing | AU$32,995 Used and loved by those seeking transport on every continent, with the possible exception of Antarctica, today the collective human genius that is the VW Beetle is a classic counterculture car to own, drive and invest in. Inexpensive but never cheap, great fun and never, ever boring the sweet spot for Beetle ownership, like most good things, falls into the 1960’s for Beetle ...

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  • Graphite Blue Metallic | Coupé | 7 Speed PDK | 3.0 litre Twin Turbo Flat 6 | 12,260 kms | AU$219,995 What Motoring press repeatedly called a car ‘carved from billet’, Porsche refer to the all-new 2015 Porsche 911 Carrera S as the sum of its predecessors, a totally new level of performance and refinement. Featuring an all-new direct-injected 3.0 litre twin turbo boxer engine producing a whopping 309kw (40% more power on tap than its predecessor), combined with styling and equipment ...

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