You’ve got to love the sleek, drawn-out lines of a C3 Corvette. This one’s a ’78, and Lloyds tells us it’s an unrestored survivor car out of LA. With T-tops and leather, it’d make an awesome cruiser.
Are you a Ford fan who’d love to build your very own Blue Oval-spec version of the Farmtruck? This ’78 F250 Cab Chassis is the perfect base for such a project. Stuff a nitrous-ingesting 460ci big block in it and go fishing!
Opportunities to own a car built by the legendary Howard Astill are few and far between. This ’66 Mustang coupe (as featured in Street Machine) is a piece of pro touring perfection, with a tough alloy-headed Windsor, manual transmission and quality underpinnings. Get on it!
The term ‘barnfind’ gets tossed around a lot these days, but it seems appropriate in this case. S-series Valiants have an incredibly distinctive shape, and often all they need to look cool is a serious ride height correction. We’d finish it off with a set of Tasman alloys with thin whitewall tyres and cruise it relentlessly.
With a small-block Chev, Turbo 400 transmission and nine-inch rear end, this LX Torana hatch looks like a bit of a toughie. Inside there’s a full suite of AutoMeter instruments and a cage. With bidding sitting at just $25,090 at the time of writing, it’s certainly worth a crack.
The days of cheap HK/T/G Monaros are long gone, so if you’re after a bargain, this probably isn’t your car! Lloyds tells us this car is a genuine HT GTS 350 four-speed, making it one of the most sought-after Aussie muscle cars of all time. With bidding about to eclipse $150,000 at the time of writing, it’s sure to fetch a pretty penny.
And there is heaps more on offer, check the whole lot out here