1971 Fiat 124 Sports CC


  • Located NSW

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For sale is my 1975 Fiat 124 Sport CC

Selling due to lack of storage space and not driving it enough. 

Recently won "Best Classic" at a Show and Shine car show Eastern Creek Raceway.

Over the years I have had a lot of work done to the car. Below are just some of the items I can recall. Im sure there is a lot more I have missed.

-New Starter Gear Reduction Starter Motor from AutoRicambi Texas

-New KYB Shocks 

-New Bushes & Tie Rod ends

-New Front Wheel Bearings

-New Bridgstone Potenza Tyres 185/55/15

-Engine Bay electrical improved (headlights & tail lights are bright)

-New Driveshaft Donut

-New Water Pump

-New Radiator Hoses

-New Alternator belt

-New Battery

-New Spare Tyre

-New Rubber Filler Hose

-New Oil Pressure Sending unit

-New Engine Mounts

-New Distributor Cap

-Steering Box replaced

-Engine removed and Block repainted in grey.

-Webber Carburettor recently rebuilt by Carburettor & E F I Service Co Blacktown

-Recently Tuned by Carburettor & E F I Service Co Blacktown

-New Stainless Steel Exhaust system by Girraween Exhaust & Mechanical.

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-New old stock front Bumper Bar (purchased from Italy, genuine new old stock)

-Interior professionally retrimmed

-Dashboard replaced (no cracks)

-Interior Carpet replaced

-Dynamat installed under carpet throughout interior

-Body and Paintwork professionally done and painted in original colour

-Paintwork Ceramic Coated by DAS Auto Eastern Creek

-Engine Bay resprayed

-New Old Stock under door sill trims purchased from "The Fiat Factory W.A"

-Rota Rims 15"

-Points replaced

-New Timing Belt recently replaced and vehicle serviced.

-Engine is a 2 litre

-Fuel tank recently cleaned by Natrad Marrickville

Currently on Non Transferable Club Registration

I have plenty of spare parts that will be included with the car.

1971 Fiat 128 2 door sedan


  • Comes with two engines
  • Located NSW

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For Sale: Classic 1971 128 2-Door Sedan 

A Meticulously Restored Masterpiece!

Embark on a detailed restoration journey with this 1971 128 2-door sedan, showcased through an extensive photo gallery. 

The vehicle has been carefully dismantled, with all parts neatly crated up and categorised, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of its condition and history. This iconic classic is offered with its original 1.1 engine, alongside spare engines including a robust 1.5 engine for those seeking a bit more power.

The sale boasts a rebuilt Fiatorque 4-speed gearbox, preserved in its original wrapping, ready to deliver a genuine driving experience. Additionally, a wealth of spares is available brand-new panels such as a rear beaver panel and a front guard, a used bonnet and boot lid, and a selection of honeycomb grilles among other unique pieces, all meticulously documented.

After being media blasted and primed, the bodywork underwent a thorough process where all rust was removed, then professionally shaped and plated, exemplifying dedication to restoration quality.

This offering is not just about acquiring a car; it's about embracing a piece of automotive artistry. Ideal for collectors and classic car enthusiasts who appreciate the attention to detail and the preservation of history. Don’t let this unparalleled opportunity to own a meticulously restored classic slip by.

1987 Ferrari 328 GTS Manual


  • 55,435 km    
  • Manual

  • 8cyl 3.2L petrol  
  • Located NSW

######### Price is dropping on this car as it has to be sold. I am open to negotiation so please reach out to me to see if we can make a deal on this beautiful car.#########

Only 34406 miles on the clock since new.  No...it's not red or black. It is a completely original unrestored Ferrari 328 GTS in show room condition. Finished in Blu Chiaro with Creama interior which in my view is the ultimate colours for this car. It is believed to be the only 328 of this colour in the country as nearly all 328's delivered to Australia were black or red.

I have the complete history on this vehicle. There have been 5 owners and it was Imported from the UK in around 2011 by the fourth owner. I purchased the vehicle in 2013. There is extensive information on service and maintenance history. Major work including complete overhaul of suspension and bushes was carried out at 23664 miles and the last major service including timing belts and aircon compressor replacement was completed at 29976 miles. At 31320 miles gearbox and sump was accessed and gear selector shafts removed to replace "O"rings (common fault with aging 308's and 328's) Don't buy an old 308 or 328 that has been sitting around and hasn't had this work completed.

 I have never driven this car in anything but beautiful driving conditions and it has not seen any water on it since I have owned it.  Everything on this car works is as it should and the body and structure are in supurb condition. The engine pulls hard and the gated transmission is smooth and direct.

Comes with;

- original log book together with leather folder.

- original complete tool kit with ferrari spanners and screw drivers.

- original Ferrari fitted alarm and immobiliser.

- 2 new spare tyres.

As I am now retired and money becomes an issue I converted full registration to NSW historic. I'd be happy to assist with getting the car back to full registration if that is desired as nothing will be required other than a NSW blue slip inspection.

Please contact me for further information 0408 164 117

2011 Abarth 500 Esseesse $20,500

  • 127,000    
  • 5 speed manual

  • 4cyl 1.4L Turbo petrol  
  • Located ACT

Up for sale is my 2011 Abarth 500 Esseesse named 'Carlo'.

Front strut supports and rear bump stops replaced for rego when I first got him.

I had Carlo's wheels refurbished and repainted, they present as new. Tyres are good with plenty of tread.

Timing belt and water pump were replaced in June 2023, along with the thermostat and auxiliary drive belt.

Carlo has two brand new keys with covers from Italy; one tributo Ferrari cover, and one genuine carbon fibre cover from T-Carbon. Both programmed and fully operational. 

It is believed that Carlo was a Ferrari dealer loan car, hence the addition of the Ferrari badge on the console. I got the car with that badge already fitted.

I can provide a roadworthy inspection to a serious buyer.

I have an approval to build a garage at home, hence I need to free up some funds. This means selling this toy! This is the second one of these I've owned; I regretted selling the first one so make me regret this sale so I can buy a third! After my garage is built of course.

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