1969 HT Holden Monaro GTS becomes first Australian car to win a Concours d’Elegance

It is very rare for any international motoring organisation to recognise or even acknowledge Australia in any sense or form.  However, the prestigious American publisher “Hemmings” has published a post on its daily blog regarding the winner of the most recent Australian International Concours d’Elegance.

The winning vehicle is a 1969 HT Monaro GTS.  It is a truly deserving winner and I congratulate Re-creation Automotive the people responsible for the Monaro’s amazing restoration.

1969 HT Monaro GTSOwned by Mr Terry Smart, the white Monaro GTS beat a field of 85 cars and motorcycles to take the title of Motorclassica’s ‘Best of Show’ to win the premier Australian International Concours d’Elegance title, along with the ‘Restoration of the Year’ trophy for its restorers, Re-creation Automotive.

Smart’s Monaro scored a perfect 100 points from the hugely-experienced Motorclassica Concours d’Elegance judging panel.

HT Monaro engine bayFor a Holden of any type to win an International Concours event is certainly unexpected but this particular example is a world-class restoration,” Motorclassica Event Director Paul Mathers said.

 

HT Monaro interiorWithout question Motorclassica is the southern hemisphere’s most hotly-contested Concours d’Elegance attracting the highest quality cars and motorcycles from around Australia and often the world.”

In terms of quality, Terry’s Monaro GTS, valued in the vicinity of $300,000, is literally faultless and as such a deserving winner.

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

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New Office Number

Hi everyone

TrueWest Imports has a new office contact number.

Our contact details are now:
Office – from Australia: (08) 6162 1968
Office – from NZ or anywhere overseas: +61 8 6162 1968
Mobile: – from Australia: 0421 880 604
Mobile: – from NZ or anywhere overseas: +61 421 880 604
No private numbers please. Sorry, they will not be answered.(but please leave a message and I will return your call as soon as possible).
Fax:- from Australia: (08) 9355 4465
Fax: – from NZ or anywhere overseas: +61 8 9355 4465
email: info@truewestimports.com

Can I please ask you to remember this change?

Also, if you get a chance, please check the TrueWest Imports website because we have some new and very exciting inventory up and more coming.

For example check out the “8 Ball Cobra” it is a true BEAST!

Here is a taste of what a 9.3L motor sounds like in this handbuilt and engineered brute.

As usual I ask that if you are able, to support Cystic Fibrosis WA.

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Until next time. Michael

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“Checker” brand – El Camino-style pickup planned in relaunch

Hi everyone.

Now that Holden and Ford have been given their “last rites”, it seems that the US is suddenly interested in making “utes” or “coupe utilities” as they call them.

Chevrolet has given an indication that it may make an “El Camino” (whether it will be called that is a question for another day). I will post an article about the proposal for Chevrolet’s “El Camino “shortly. However, if the concept photos are any indications it will sell about as well as the Ford Taurus did here in Australia and they look ugly as F**k!

However, it is not only GM and Ford who are considering making utes (sorry, I refuse to call them “coupe utilities”.   Checker Motor Company (the one that used to make all of the cabs in New York)  announced plans last year to revive the American automotive brand and has released drawings of what it proposes for its first two models — an El Camino-style car-based pickup truck and a six-door airport limousine/group touring vehicle. I will focus on the “El Camino” style car-based pick-up truck (not another word for ute!)

The father of the General Manager of the Checker Motor Company, Steve Contarino, drove a Checker cab in the Boston area and Contarino became known within the Checker owners’ community for restoring the Checker Centurian, a 1967 Ghia-designed concept car. Contarino’s day job for some three decades has been modifying vehicles for the specialized demands of police and fire departments, emergency medical services and other municipal government agencies.

His original plan was simply to do Checker restorations and produce the parts needed for Checker owners to maintain their vehicles — until he discovered there actually may be a commercial market for modern Checker vehicles.

Unfortunately for us, and the world, this is the concept Contarino drawing has released.

Checker Ël Camino"

Can anybody say, “Holden FC Ute”?

FC ute fc_ute

I guess the only requirement to be a US car “designer” these days is the ability to use the Internet and not acknowledge the existence of any other country other than the US.

Cynical. Moi?

Until next time.
Michael

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“Orange Bruiser”: 1972 Laverda SFC for Sale on eBay

Hi everyone.

It is not everyday that a true classic motorcycle comes up for sale. However, if you are an Italian “Superbike” aficionado (like me – I had a 1980 Laverda Jota 3CL) this magnificent example of one of Laverda’s best may just be the “ONE”  for you.

1972 Laverda SFC

The Laverda 750 SFC (super freni competizione or or super brakes competition) was developed in 1971 from the 750S road bike and is a half-faired racer that was developed to win endurance events like the Oss 24 hours, Barcelona 24 hours and the Bol D’Or at Le Mans.

Laverda line-up at 1971 Oss 24 hours race Laverda riders at Barcelona 24 hour race Laverda SFC at Bol DÓr

This it did, often placed first, second and third in the same race, and dominating the international endurance race circuit in 1971.

Distinguished by its characteristic orange paint which would become the company’s race department colour, its smooth aerodynamic fairing and up-swept exhaust, the SFC was Laverda’s flagship product and best advertisement, flaunting pedigree and the message of durability, quality, and exclusivity. Each SFC was hand-built in batches by the competition shop.

For several years after its introduction the SFC was one of the fastest bikes on the road, and one of the best handling too. But the high specification ensured that it was expensive, and fewer than 100 were built in each of the first three years.

Laverda’s fierce homologation SFC was powered by a tuned version of their nearly bulletproof parallel-twin and was available in any colour you wanted, as long as it was orange. You know, as good-looking as Ducatis are in red,and as classic as old British bikes are in black or silver, there’s something undeniably cool about a company choosing a “factory” colour so incredibly in-your-face, so polarising. Kawasaki’s green isn’t the prettiest colour, and it isn’t always flattering, but you certainly know which manufacturer made that lime-green plastic rocket, sitting across the street.

Laverda 750 SFC Fairing

The SFC’s engine was based on the rugged SF1, which was introduced in 1968 as a 650cc model, although displacement was soon bumped to 750. The bikes were a bit heavy, but this was the result of their being overbuilt, and reliability benefited: the parallel-twin had five main bearings. Parts not made in house by Laverda were chosen, regardless of their country of origin, for quality and the component list reads like a “best of” of 1970’s motorcycling performance: Ceriani, Bosch, Nippon-Denso…

Laverda SFC 750

Relatively unstressed in road-going form, the twin was capable of much more power, and the SFC was tuned to make almost 80hp. Given its rugged nature it’s no surprise that the bike performed well in endurance racing: many SFC’s come with their headlights and turn signals boxed up and unused

Laverda 750 SFC engine

Although it weighed a considerable 230kg, the wheelbase was a moderate 1,460mm and the tall SFC was a competent handler. Everything about it screamed racing, particularly with the optional two-into-one megaphone exhaust. There were no turn indicators, and the only instrumentation was a single Smiths tachometer mounted on a crude bracket in the fairing. The rider stretched out over the long 25-litre fibreglass fuel tank to crouch under the lowest fairing screen of any production motorcycle. Although one concession was made to civility, an electric start, the 750SFC was not designed for tooling around town..

Laverda 750 SFC inside fairing

From the original eBay listing: 1972 Laverda SFC for Sale

Laverda SFC 750 mk1
model year 1972 VIN/Engine 10784
Bike in top conditions, mechanically rebuilt by main specialist Riccardo Oro (documented), present on the Laverda SFC register with extra certification by Massimo Borghesi, last owner since 1997. Italian documents.
Ride and collect! Bulletproof investment.”

1972 Laverda SFC medallion

Bidding is up to US$30,100.00 with several days left on the auction.  There is no doubt it will go much higher: with under 600 ever made. These are some of the most desirable motorcycles of the era with rarity, pedigree, and that exotic, sadly defunct “Laverda” nameplate.

Rear view of Laverrda 750 SFC

Until next time.
Michael

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Financing your Dream Car

TrueWest Imports is proud to introduce our new finance partner, iCREDIT, to you.

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iCREDIT aims to understand your requirements and objectives to deliver an affordable loan solution. The team strive to deliver the highest level of personal service efficiently, honourably & impartially.

Their business is based on exploring every avenue to help you ultimately gain the best possible outcome for your import vehicle purchase.

The team at iCREDIT are happy to assist with answers about import car loans and finance even if you are in the research phase and simply looking for some assistance.

FINANCE FAQ’S

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BE APPROVED?

Generally iCREDIT can have an approval within 24 hours of an application, however complex or difficult applications can take longer.

WHAT ARE MY CHANCES OF APPROVAL?

iCREDIT considers such things as: Credit History, Income, Expenses, Employment History, Address History, Credit Rating and so on.

iCREDIT will then complete a preliminary assessment to ascertain your credit status, determine the security over the loan, your current debt level, your income and your ability to repay the debt.

From this, iCREDIT’s trained staff will be able to discuss the loan options available to you.

ARE iCREDIT’S INTEREST RATES COMPETITIVE?

iCREDITt consistently monitors current interest rates to maintain and offer the most competitive deals in Australia. iCREDIT’s National buying power helps you get the best deal based on your overall profile and requirements.

If you would like further information on the finance options available, click on the link below or contact the team at iCREDITt direct on 1300 350 118.

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As usual I ask that if you are able, to support Cystic Fibrosis WA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

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Mobile: 0421 880 604
No private numbers please. Sorry, they will not be answered.
Fax: 08 9355 4465

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1978 Dodge “LIL’ RED EXPRESS” Truck – US$16.900

TrueWest Imports has been given the rare opportunity to offer for sale this 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Express Truck.

Dodge LIL RED Truck

Dodge released the Lil’ Red Express Truck In 1978 and it was one of the most unique Dodge trucks that had ever been produced. The Lil’ Red Express was not only a real looker but these trucks were also real performers. In 1978 The Dodge Lil’ Red Express was the fastest American made vehicle from 0 to 100 MPH as tested by “Car and Driver” magazine.

Dodge Lil Red Truck engine Side view Lil Red Express

The Li’l Red Express is instantly recognizable with its dual-exhaust system with chrome-plated vertical tailpipes mounted behind the cab, giving it that semi-truck look.

Other features include a small-block Dodge V-8 engine with four-barrel carburetor mated to an automatic transmission.

The truck is finished in Medium Canyon Red with a black interior. Gold accent striping and decals contribute to the distinctive look along with wood trim on the bed, alloy wheels, chrome plated side steps; power steering and brakes.

Rear of Lil Red Express TruckThe Li’l Red Express is truly a customized vehicle for the avid Dodge enthusiast and it came fully-equipped in this basic manner from the factory.

This represents the first of only two years of limited production for this model.

 

This truly is a Great and Unique Investment!

There are many more photographs of this beautiful vehicle available on request.

The price listed is in US$ but I can provide you with an all-inclusive “as landed” cost to have this uique pick-u[ truck imported to Fremantle or any other Port in Australia or New Zealand.

This vehicle is located in the US and the price shown does not include any applicable GST or the costs of Importing the vehicles into Australia. See out FAQ page for information relating to costs, taxes and regulation.

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

email: info@truewestimports.com.au
Ph: 08 9472 6575
Fax: 08 9355 4465
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604

 

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1967 Mercury Cougar – US$15,000

TrueWest Imports proudly presents this quality extra nice first generation 1967 Mercury Cougar. These early Cougars are very stylish & sporty cars.

1967 Mercury Cougar

Mercury Cougar is a nameplate that was applied to a diverse series of automobiles sold by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company from 1967 to 2002.

The introduction of the Cougar in 1967 finally gave Mercury its own “pony car” and was named Motor Trend magazine “Car of the Year” in 1967.  Slotted between the Ford Mustang and the Ford Thunderbird, the Cougar would be the performance icon and eventually the icon for the Mercury name for several decades. The Cougar was available in two models (base and XR-7) and originally only came in one body style (a two-door hardtop).

As was the common practice within the Mercury division, the Cougar shared its basic underpinnings with a Ford counterpart. At the time of its introduction in 1967, it was based upon the Ford Mustang but with a 3-inch-longer (76 mm) wheelbase and new sheet metal. A full-width divided grille with hidden headlamps and vertical bars defined the front fascia— it was sometimes called the electric shaver grille. At the rear, a similar treatment saw the license plate surrounded on both sides with vertically slatted grille work concealing taillights (with sequential turn signals), a styling touch taken from the Thunderbird.

This was the only generation with covered headlights, which were deployed using a vacuum canister system that kept the doors down when a vacuum condition existed in the lines, provided by the engine when it was running. If a loss of vacuum occurred, the doors would retract up so that the headlights were visible if the system should fail.

 Details:

This car looks and sounds mean!

It is a numbers matching car with the stock 289 cu in (4.7 L) Windsor V8 (200hp/149 kW) and 2 barrel carburetter mated to the factory 3 speed automatic transmission.

It has power steering and factory air-conditioning (which does not blow cold – but since it will need de-gassing when it comes into Australia, that shouldn’t prove too much of a problem).

The Cougar is a 2 owner only car.  It was bought new by a lady and was driven until her death.  It was then put into storage by her family for many years.

The second owner brought it back to life and has been driving it now for several years. Since he has owned the Cougar, the second owner has given the car a very nice repaint, some mechanical work and new carpet.  The carburetter has been recently rebuilt and a new headliner and windshield fitted.

The original interior is in very nice condition and all body panels are straight.

The car comes with the original window sticker and 1st owner papers.

This is a very nice, unique and stylish driver quality car that will surely make you stand out from the “normal” crowd.

This vehicle is located in the US and the price shown does not include any applicable GST or the costs of importing the vehicles into Australia. See our FAQ page for information relating to costs, taxes and regulations.

The price listed is in US$ but I can provide you with an all-inclusive “as landed” cost (in Au$ or NZ$) to have this Cougar imported to Fremantle or any other Port in Australia or New Zealand.

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

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Mobile: 0421 880 604
Fax: 08 9355 4465

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1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero – US$9,950

TrueWest Imports is pleased to offer for sale this classic 1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero – “More Than a Car! More Than a Truck!

1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero

This is not a 1960 Australian Ford XK ute. It is a Falcon Ranchero, the style which the Americans call a coupe-pickup.

1960 Ranchero Steering wheel 1960 Ranchero bed

Ford began offering the Ranchero in 1957, and at that point, it was a natural fit. It was based on the two-door Ranch Wagon and its solid-sided twin, the Courier sedan delivery (Panel van). At the time it made perfect sense to simply lop the back off the Courier and offer a car/truck for the farm or construction worker or the weekend warrior home improver. It was enough of a success that two years later, Chevrolet would offer the “El Camino”, its own blend of pickup utility and car ride quality.

The Ranchero was so popular that when Ford launched its Falcon line in 1960, one of the first body styles it offered was the downsized Falcon Ranchero, which superseded the larger full-size Ranchero of the previous generation. This was a stroke of genius. Consider the market in 1960; Facing an economic downturn, buyers were looking for thrifty, fuel-efficient cars and trucks.

A benefit that the Ranchero offers to owners, which is not available in Australian made utes, is that because it is based on a station wagon platform, there is a considerable amount of space behind the driver and passenger seats (which would have been the foot-well of the rear passengers in a station wagon).

Australia’s first Falcon ute and van range was launched in May 1961 which was about eight months after the XK sedan made its star-studded debut in September 1960 (the station wagon launch was delayed until November 1960).

Like the sedan and station wagon, the new ute and panel van shared a fresh and striking design based on the latest Ford Ranchero pickup (ute) and Sedan Delivery (van).

Even so, the Australian Falcon range differed noticeably from the US version, with a more compact and practical design tailored to suit tough Australian conditions.

The key difference was that the US Ranchero and Sedan Delivery used the longer doors of the two-door Falcon model, which in turn pushed more of the load floor behind the rear wheels to create greater overall length and more rear overhang.

The 1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero was more practical than its diminutive looks suggested. Its 800-pound payload was 100 pounds more than that of the much larger Chevrolet El Camino

Details:

This particular example of the 1960 Ranchero has been lovingly cared for by its current Owners for the last 18 years.  It is believed that the odometer is correct and shows the Ranchero as having travelled a mere 63,300 miles (approx. 102,000km) in almost 55 years.

This is a numbers matching vehicle with all original sheet metal.  It was mechanically and cosmetically refreshed in 2003 with new red paint professionally applied and all bright trim work removed. The Ranchero has travelled only 900 miles since the mechanical work was done.

The mechanical work included overhauling and/or replacing the radiator, oil pump, engine, spark plugs, oil pressure switch, thermostat, condenser, distributor cap, distributor rotor, spark plug wire set, new water pump and fuel filter pump, rebuild the carburettor, fuel sending unit and clean, repair and re-line the fuel tank.

The interior was redone in a grey fabric and is very clean with no visible blemishes but there are two control knobs missing on the temperature control unit.

The Ranchero is powered by the stock “Thrift Power” inline 6 cylinder 144 cu. in. (2.4L) engine (90hp) mated to a three-speed, column shifted manual transmission –  “3 on the tree”.

The vehicle has all service logs and its VIN is: OR275195292

(0) 1960
(R) San Jose
(27) Falcon Ranchero
(5) 6-cyl low compression,
6th to 11th digits – Sequential production number

This vehicle will certainly have people doing a “double take” and is really a classic vehicle at an amazingly great price.

This vehicle is located in the US and the price shown does not include any applicable GST or the costs of Importing the vehicles into Australia. See our FAQ page for information relating to costs, taxes and regulations.

The price listed is in US$ but I can provide you with an all-inclusive “as landed” cost (in Au$ or NZ$) to have this Ranchero imported to Fremantle or any other Port in Australia or New Zealand.

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

email: truewestimports@gmail.com
Mobile: 0421 880 604
Fax: 08 9355 4465

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Frame Up Restoration vs Frame Off Restoration

Very shortly on our site, there will be “Coming Soon” sliders of the vehicles we have planned to list in our Inventory.  The reason they are “coming soon” rather than being listed may be that we are still negotiating with the Seller for the best sale price or the vehicle may not be quite ready for sale.

One of the vehicles we have coming is a 1963 1/2 Ford Falcon Sprint 2 door Hardtop which has recently undergone a “Frame-up Restoration”.

When it comes to classic car restorations, many people are uncertain about the difference between a true Frame-up Restoration versus a Frame-off Restoration.

For this reason I thought I would provide a brief description of the differences between a Frame-up Restoration and a Frame-off Restoration.

Frame-up Restorations are exactly that – from the frame up. In a true frame up restoration, the restorer will complete re-work the body, paint, motor, interior and trunk. Only those parts on the frame needing replacement will be done. For instance, replacing a section of broken or damaged brake line instead of the entire system.

With Frame-off Restorations the entire car is rebuilt or replaced. The entire body will be removed from the car and the frame will be inspected entirely and all parts will be replaced and/or repainted. Just one look under the car and you will easily be able to tell a frame off restoration. Everything on these cars will look new and will be freshly painted or powder coated. These cars also require extensive care and cleaning and are generally driven rarely due to the expense associated with frame off restorations.

Classic car restorations vary greatly depending upon the time and budget of the owner. Frame-up Restorations will give you a nice looking car without the expense off completely removing the body to restore or replace those areas seldom seen by the general audience.

Frame-up & Frame-off Restorations – Buyer Beware

If you are looking to purchase a classic car, it is important for you to know what you are looking at before you buy. A good body shop or body man can make body filler look good. The car’s body will appear straight and smooth. Paint will look good, but only where you can see it.

Areas that you will want to inspect before making your purchase are the gaskets, plugs and below the exhaust manifolds, the boot and undercarriage. If the boot or undercarriage has a thick undercoating, turn and walk the other way. This is a good indication that there is likely to be trouble below the surface.  When looking to purchase a classic car, do your due diligence. Just because they are shiny and make a nice rumbling sound doesn’t mean they are restored or even safe.

You can view a photo montage of a Frame-up Restoration of a rare 1963 Corvette split-window, including rebuilding the frame, body work, and assembly HERE

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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Until next time. Michael

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Office: 08 9459 4800
From NZ: +61 8 9459 4800
Mobile: 0421 880 604
Fax: 08 9355 4465

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Anyone need a vehicle transported to Sydney or Brisbane?

Hi Everyone.

The shipping company we use has a truck that left Sydney for Perth on Saturday 15 November 2014, and is looking for 2 small sedans or a larger car, machine or 20’ container load to return to Sydney or Brisbane – payload 8 tonne.

They can also tow a boat or caravan or any trailer as well.

Rather than having the truck return empty, they are looking at trying to recoup some petrol money on the return trip. The transit will be a direct 3-4 days and they are looking at leaving Perth approx. Wednesday 19 November.

If anyone is looking for transportation to Sydney or Brisbane, please let me know and I will put you in contact with the company.

If you know of anyone who may also be interested, please let me know as well.

As always, I would ask if you can, please donate to CFWA.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

email: truewestimports@gmail.com
Office: 08 9459 4800
From NZ: +61 8 9459 4800
Fax: 08 9355 4465

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