For Sale: Australian 1946 Ford Ute “Project”

I know that in the motor vehicle enthusiast community every person has his or her own opinion on virtually every topic, but I think it is relatively safe to say that it is now accepted that the first “Ute”, also known as a “coupe utility” in America (or “bakkies” in South Africa), was designed, developed and manufactured in Australia in 1934.

Ford Australia’s growth and diversity of models continued through the 1930s but World War 2 severely affected domestic vehicle manufacturers as they were all required to turn their manufacturing plants over to the ever-growing war effort.

When the War ended, Ford had many leftover 1942 body parts and sales to a car-hungry public resumed. The 1946 model year represents the first year of production following World War 2. Outside trim was nearly identical to the 1942 except for the new horizontal grille consisting of three stainless steel bars below a massive, chrome-plated pair of Ford “wings.” The grille sported red striping within ridges in the metal.

1946 Ford Ute Project

On behalf of its current owner, TrueWest Imports has been given the opportunity to sell a “Project” 1946 Australian made Ford Ute. It is in a dry State of America, remains Right Hand Drive and has always been garaged by the owner who has owned the Ute for 27 years.

The owner started the project on this Ute but, due to health problems, he is now unable to finish it. That is the sole reason for selling.

The frame and all sheet metal has been sand-blasted and is in grey primer. It has the “normal” rust to repair but, according to the Owner, it is not that bad. It has a good floor and needs spot replacement on both front enders. There are some small dents in the rear corners of the bed but all in all it is in very good condition (metal wise) given the age of the Ute and having been used for the purpose for which it was built.

In addition, it has:

  • a 4 inch dropped axle;
  • Volvo model 122 disc brakes;
  • 1957 Ford 9 inch rear end;
  • Front and rear springs have been reconditioned and the eye on the front springs has been reversed and some leaves have been removed;
  • Pete and Jake steering adapter;
  • Very good replacement tailgate;
  • 15 inch slot aluminium wheels;
  • New aluminium 3 core radiator set up for Chevrolet inlet and outlet;
  • All parts to put the vehicle together – glass, garnish rails, stock 1941 dash, stock   Kangaroo leather seat that needs to be re-done; and,
  • the wood in the bed needs to be replaced.

The asking price for the 1946 Australian Ford Ute Project is US$10,000. This does not include the cost of export from the US, shipping and Australian or New Zealand import costs. These can be provided upon request.

If you are a prospective buyer located in America and would like to convert the Ute to Left Hand Drive, the Owner has additional parts to make the conversion for an extra cost.

In 1946 only 1,735 Ford Utes were sold in Australia and fewer than 30 were exported to the US. Only 6 are believed to be currently registered in the US.

This Project, once completed, will ensure that the new Buyer will have a very unique and rare vehicle that will be the envy of friends and on-lookers alike.

Australian and New Zealand “as landed” costs of the vehicle will be posted on the TrueWest Imports’ website as soon as possible. If anyone has any queries before that occurs, please contact me.

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

Cystic Fibrosis WA

Until next time. Michael

email: info@truewestimports.com
Mobile: 0448 899 134
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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1963 Cadillac Fleetwood Coupe – US$28,900

TrueWest Imports is proud to have been given the opportunity to offer for sale this laser straight Arizona cruiser.

1963 Cadilliac Fleetwood Coupe

It is just an incredible example of the Cadillac marque.

It has received an absolutely professional restoration with some beautiful custom touches!

Details of 1963 Cadillac Fletwood custom pinstriping Details of 1963 Cadillac Fletwood custom pinstriping

It has been coated with new Ebony paintwork and all of the the bright work and stainless is all in “A One” condition.

It has a brand red new interior (check out the headliner as well).

1963 Cadillac Fleetwood interior Details of 1963 Cadillac Fletwood new headlining

The attention to detail is amazing –  from the Engine Compartment to the Trunk.

Details of 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood custom engine bay pinstriping 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood trunk detail

Powered by Cadillac’s own the 390 cu. in. (6.4L)  V8 with an automatic gearbox, this has all the power stuff one would expect in the top of the line Cadillac Fleetwood.

Custom 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood engine

1963 Cadillac Fleetwood Engine Bay 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood Engine Bay

This vehicle drives like an absolute dream and the air-conditioning is ice cold as well (as you would expect from an Arizona car).

This is a Great Investment!

And you certainly don’t have to be a rock star… just look like one! Rock Fingers

 

 

 

 

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  beautiful cruiser 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.

Until next time.
Michael

email: info@truewestimports.com.au
Ph: 08 9458 9400
Fax: 08 9355 4465
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604
NO TEXTS OR PRIVATE NUMBERS PLEASE!
***Private numbers WILL NOT be answered***

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA. I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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One of my own Harleys for sale – Au$17,500 o.n.o

This is an “as new” example of a 2005 Harley Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom.

I personally imported this classic Harley and another (a 2001 Harley Davidson FLTRI Road Glide that is Jade Sun-Glo Pearl in colour – I will post about this bike soon), from the US in late 2013 and had it complied by a RAWS workshop in Victoria.

This motorcycle is in truly great condition and is located in Western Australia and has only done 26,029 km since new!

It is  fully registered and licensed in Western Australia for 6 months. The registration number is “1GU 205”.

I have ridden this bike and take it out for the occasional run to keep the cobwebs away, and I can tell you it runs as smooth as silk and has the power to GO when you need.

Front view FLHTRSI

alt="License Speedo of 2005 Road Glide Custom

Details:

    • This Road King Custom is an “As New” condition and runs like a dream.
    • Always kept garaged
    • Factory Colour – “Yellow Pearl”
    • Only 26,029 km since new.
    • Brand new set of tyres and new battery.
    • Fully maintained and serviced.
    • Fully registered and licensed in Western Australia for 6 months.

In addition to the long list of factory features the following upgrades and accessories have been done, or added, to the bike:
• H-D Stage 1 Performance Upgrade (EFI re-map)
• Screamin’ Eagle® Performance K&N Air Filter
• Bub-Rinehart Tru-Dual Performance Exhaust System
• Screamin’ Eagle® Dark Smoked Custom Windshield
• Windshield Leather Storage Pouch
• H-D Front Engine Guard
• Tri-Line Front Engine Guard foot rest pegs
• H-D Chrome and Rubber Handlebar Grips
• Headlamp clear Lens
• Headlamp Chrome Ring Bezel
• H-D Security System

I can almost guarantee that there is not another Harley like this in Australia.

I am keen to sell this great looking Harley and am open to reasonable offers.

Until next time.
Michael

email: info@ truewestimports.com.au
Ph: 08 9459 8400
Mob: 0421 880 604 – No texts or private numbers please
From NZ:
Ph: +61 8 9459 8400
Mob: +61 421 880 604 – No texts or private numbers please
Fax: 08 9355 4465

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA.  I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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1964 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe – US$25,950 negotiable

TrueWest Imports offers for sale is this very nicely appointed 1964 Ford Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe.

In 1964, Ford only produced 12,431 examples of the Fairlane 500 with the very rare Sports Coupe option.

1964 Ford Fairlane
Interior of 1964 Ford Fairlane 500
Engine in 1964 Ford Fairlane 500
This totally rust free documented California Fairlane 500 was purchased new in Los Angeles and has lived all its life in “dry” Southern California.

The second owner bought it and immediately began a painstaking ground-up restoration, bringing the car to its current status on the widely recognized Vehicle Condition Scale of a No. 2 Fine (combination of superior restoration and excellent original)

 

 

 

Details:

  • Exterior: Prior to application of the remarkable Ford Wimbledon White finish, all stainless trim, bumpers, and glass were removed. The stainless was polished and bumpers re-chromed to a show quality high lustre. The original window glass was found to be without blemish and in such excellent shape, was reinstalled. Door Tag: BODY 65B COLOR M TRIM 76 DATE 04B D.S.O 71 TRANS 4 AXLE
  • Interior: The desirable Red console bucket seat interior features all NEW colour matched vinyl front seat and rear seat upholstery, seat belts, matching moulded carpet set accompanied by colour matched floor mats, headliner, door panels, scuff plates, kick panels, rear side panels, armrest pads, dome light and base, door lock knobs & grommets, firewall pad and glove box liner. Equipped with power steering.
  • Engine and Driveline: The correctly detailed engine bay houses a 289 cu.in./195 HP engine professionally re-built in 2009 backed by a Ford Cruise-O-Matic 3-speed transmission that has also been professionally rebuilt. The powertrain idles, and drives smoothly and as can be expected of a build of this quality, is free from any fluid drips or leaks.
  • Wheels and Tires: Coys C-5 Chrome 17×7 wheels on radial tires.

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 rare Ford Fairlane 500 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.

Until next time.
Michael

email: info@ truewestimports.com.au
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604 No texts or private numbers please
Fax: 08 9355 4465

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA. I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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1963 Pontiac Grand Prix 2 Door – US$24,900

TrueWest Imports is extremely thrilled to be able to offer for sale what is acknowledged as one of the nicest and best preserved 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix in existence!

At the end of the 1961 model year, with performance minded John DeLorean who was the head of Advanced Engineering at Pontiac and contributed to the development of the Grand Prix and GTO, the stage was set for the beginning of the true muscle car wars.

Pontiac’s first entry was the 1962 Grand Prix hardtop sports coupe, which was more of a high-powered personal car, like the Ford Thunderbird. However, instead of being a bit more relaxed than the T-Bird, the Grand Prix had a 305-hp, 389-c.i. V-8. Bucket seats, a centre console, full instruments, and dual exhausts completed the package.

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Tripower engine

For 1963 the “GP” (as they are known) was restyled bumper to bumper, with more flowing fender contours, clean and smooth sheet metal except for “Grand Prix” lettering, a slight “Coke-bottle” shape plus mouldings for the rocker panels and wheel openings. The roof was unique for this year, and featured gracefully sculpted C-pillars which housed an interesting concave rear window exclusive to the GP in the Pontiac line-up. Sales more than doubled in 1963 and many buyers upgraded the performance package with the optional 3×2 “Tri-Power” carburettors on the 389-c.i. V-8. With this setup, the engine put out 370 hp and the car could turn 0-60mph times of 6.6 seconds with 15.1-second quarter mile runs.

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix Tripower engine

The “Tri” prefix refers to three individual Rochester 2G carburettors fitted to this particular series of engines. The centre one having normal fuel metering and control properties, while the outside two acting as secondaries, or “dumpers”, for full throttle application. Tri Power was an extra cost performance option allowing for more air/fuel to be inducted into the engine, as well as being visually attractive

It is not surprising then, that the 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix is the most popular first-generation Grand Prix.

Details:

  • Exterior:This wonderfully presented “GP” has received a high quality repaint in the factory original “Saddle Bronze” colour and looks stunning. The undercarriage is solid and the Pontiac-trademark split grille with “radical” vertical headlights, round parking lights and tail lights that were “hidden” by a tail panel with a special full width moulding look just as they did when new. Aside from the chrome grille, taillight covering and bumpers, chrome trim was limited to the lower rocker panels, wheel arches and roofline and all shine like new. Pontiac’s optional and gorgeous 8 lug wheels with integrated brake drums are in pristine condition.
  • Interior: The interior appears to be Original and is very, very nice. The bucket seats are upholstered in white Morrokide vinyl while the matching exterior coloured nylon loop-blend carpeting covers the floor and lower door panels. The centre console-mounted transmission shifter includes a storage compartment and a tachometer. The rear bench seat includes a centre fold-down armrest. The AM/FM radio comes with the extra cost option of the “Bi-Phonic” rear speaker. Also included in the interior package are a padded instrument panel, deluxe steering wheel, real walnut trim on the instrument panel, along with revised custom pedal trim plates. This beautiful vehicle also has ice cold air conditioning, “Throttle Mag” cruise control, power windows, an anti-glare rear view mirror and remote left hand side (driver’s side) exterior mirror. Everything works just as it should
  • Driveline: The iconic and factory original (extra-cost option) 330 hp (250 kW) 389 cu. in. Tri-Power engine which shows a mere 74,000 actual miles performs and looks as if it had just been driven off the dealership floor. The three-speed Roto Hydramatic gearbox mates precisely to the engine and changes through the gears smoothly and cleanly as you would expect with a vehicle of this calibre. With Pontiac’s optional “Safe-T-Track” differential (limited-slip differential) the GP handles superbly.

PHS (Pontiac Historic Services) documentation, window sticker and accessory brochure are also included with the purchase of this GP.

Today, the Pontiac Grand Prix is a stylish choice of 1960s car that carries with it much of the eyeball of its GTO counterpart. Together with the iconic 389 cu. in., Tri-Power engine this beautiful 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix imparts all of the thrill of a true muscle car.

A vehicle of this calibre MUST increase in value in the coming years.

There are many more photographs of this wonderful 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 old beauty 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.

Until next time.
Michael

email: info@ truewestimports.com.au
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604 No texts or private numbers please
Fax: 08 9355 4465

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA.  I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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2005 Harley Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom – Au$17,500

TrueWest Imports presents this “as new” example of a 2005 Harley Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom. This motorcycle is in truly great condition and is located in Western Australia and has only done 26,029 km since new!

We imported this magnificent example of a classic Harley from the US in late 2013 and had it complied by a RAWS workshop in Victoria.  It is now fully registered and licensed in Western Australia for 6 months. The registration number is “1GU 205”.

Front view FLHTRSILicense Plate on 2005 Road Glide CustomSpeedo of 2005 Road Glide Custom

Harley Davidson’s description of the 2005 Road King Custom when released stated:

For 2005, the Road King Custom model makes its second appearance, and one year has done nothing to mellow its in-your-face style and attitude.

When this machine first hit the streets, the riding public couldn’t take its eyes off the minimalist swept-back chrome visor perched atop a set of pull-back beach bars. Moving back, you’ll find this custom bagger is dressed up right. Clean leather bags with hidden supports. Slash-cut mufflers. Electro-formed, chromed metal fuel tank emblems. Big, clean front and rear fenders. Rounding off the sweet look are streamlined foot-boards, passenger pegs, brake pedal, cast and chromed slotted alloy wheels and a tank-mounted stretch chrome console.

Though the Road King Custom has much for the eye to see, it was built to see the country. You get a lowered, air-adjustable rear suspension, refined chassis, and the proven Twin Cam 88 engine, available in carb or EFI. For when you’re ready to stop looking, and start going…”

Details:

    • This Road King Custom is an “As New” condition and runs like a dream.
    • Always kept garaged
    • Factory Colour – “Yellow Pearl”
    • Only 26,029 km since new.
    • Brand new set of tyres and new battery.
    • Fully maintained and serviced.
    • Fully registered and licensed in Western Australia for 6 months.

In addition to the long list of factory features the following upgrades and accessories have been done, or added, to the bike:
• H-D Stage 1 Performance Upgrade (EFI re-map)
• Screamin’ Eagle® Performance K&N Air Filter
• Bub-Rinehart Tru-Dual Performance Exhaust System
• Screamin’ Eagle® Dark Smoked Custom Windshield
• Windshield Leather Storage Pouch
• H-D Front Engine Guard
• Tri-Line Front Engine Guard foot rest pegs
• H-D Chrome and Rubber Handlebar Grips
• Headlamp clear Lens
• Headlamp Chrome Ring Bezel
• H-D Security System

This “as new” example of the Road King Custom is in Western Australia NOW and is ready to purchase and ride away. Don’t delay as this bike is a very desirable model and is sure to gain a lot of interest.

Until next time.

Michael

email: info@ truewestimports.com.au
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604 No texts or private numbers please
Fax: 08 9355 4465

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA.  I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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1975 MG MGB Roadster – only US$5,900

Another great example of Automotive history has been added to TrueWest Import’s Inventory.

This vehicle is an 1975 MG MGB Roadster.

TrueWest Imports is pleased to offer this great looking 2 Owner 1975 MGB Roadster in Red with Black interior and Black convertible top.

Front view of 1975 MGB RoadsterPhotograph of Engine Bay of 1975 MGB Roadster

The MGB sports car was launched by MG Cars (“Morris Garages”, then part of the British Motor Corporation) in May 1962 replacing the MGA model. It is a very conventionally engineered car, with tough and well proven mechanical components. A 1798 cc power plant was chosen to power the vehicle. With the 95 horsepower engine, the MGB easily exceeded 100 mph.

For 1975 larger wheels raised the car slightly which with new bumpers ensured compliance with increasingly prescriptive safety requirements in the US.

The MGB is such a popular classic choice because it simply ticks all the right boxes. It is cheap enough to consider as a daily driver, and it doesn’t arouse the same kind of jealousy in others that something like a Porsche or Jaguar can. Everything you need to keep an MG B running sweetly is freely available.

This classic example of its marque has been stored in a dry Californian garage for the last 20 years but has been started and driven occasionally, so the engine and drivetrain remain sound.

DETAILS:

Exterior:
The Roadster’s exterior original paint is in good condition but shows some light scratches due to being in storage. The body panels are straight and solid with no visible signs of rust. The stainless steel body side mouldings, chrome Luggage Rack and twin chrome outside mirrors are in very good condition. The raised ride height (also introduced in 1975 to enable MG to comply with the new US standards) makes getting in and out of the car very easy. Very minimal surface rust appears underneath the vehicle.

Interior:
The Black interior appears factory stock and in good condition for its age. The Black Vinyl folding top is in good condition. It does, however, have one small tear. New carpets have been fitted. Full Console with Storage Compartment and factory gauges and shifter. Factory 7000 RPM Tachometer and original 120 mph speedometer. All accessories, including stereo radio are in good working order. The original driver’s manual is also included.

There is enough elbow room in the MG to mean you don’t have to be on intimate terms with your passenger. And in an age when modern cars are designed ever more closely around a mythical average driver, those who taller than the average will still find enough room when the roof is up.

Driveline:
The proven and economical 1,798cc 4 cylinder with all synchronized easy shifting 4 speed Gear Box shows 66,170 original miles. There is a fully independent suspension for great ride and handling along with a dual hydraulic Self Adjusting Disc Braking System still in good condition. Direct Rack and Pinion Steering makes for quick response. It has the Factory Correct 14 inch wheels and matching Radial Tyres. The top engine seal has been replaced and the fuel tank flushed and a new fuel pump has been fitted. The motor starts very easy and runs cool. Overall mechanically this car is in very good condition.

Although this car does need some TLC, it is a really good example of one of the most drivable and affordable classic cars to come out of England.

We have this great example of a true Automotive Classic for only US$5,900.

The price listed is in US$ but I can provide you with an all-inclusive “as landed” cost to have this great example of an MGB 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.

Until next time.

Michael

email: info@ truewestimports.com.au
Mob: 0421 880 604
From NZ: +61 421 880 604 No texts or private numbers please
Fax: 08 9355 4465

TrueWest Imports is now very proudly supporting Cystic Fibrosis WA. Part proceeds of all sales will be donated to CFWA.  I encourage anyone who views this post to kindly make a donation. I greatly appreciate any assistance you may be able to give.

Cystic Fibrosis WA

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