Originally launched in 1964 the Honda S600 was offered in either a roadster or fastback (introduced in March 1965) styles. Interestingly the S600 was the first mass marketed Honda car and also reputedly the first Honda car to deliver a win at a motor sport event (class win at the Nordschleife). Powered by a 606cc DOHC, water cooled four-cylinder inline engine with four keihin carburettors and designed to rev to 12,500rpm, the engine provided chain drive to the rear wheels and all cars featured a 4 speed manual gearbox. Throughout the 3-year span of the S600, Honda manufactured 11,284 roadsters and 1,800 coupes. This high revving 4-cylinder fastback coupe is one of only 1,800 S600 coupes produced, is rust free and in very good original condition. The body is rust free and the paint and chrome are both in very good condition. Interior wise the car is very original and shows basic wear you would expect for a car of this era and no major blemishes. Mechanically the car drives as it should and revs freely, the gear box shifts well and the S600 is a great little car to drive. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service : This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until pu
Maserati Gransport Coupe 2006. Expected Shortly
Ferrari 328 GTB 1988. This original right hand drive, matching numbers 328 has only travelled 29,000kms and is in excellent condition having undergone refurbishment. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service : This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
Triumph TR8 Convertible 1980. This matching numbers, manual TR8 is presented in the original striking Midas Metallic Gold color and is in good condition throughout.
JAGUAR XK 150 F.H.C 1959. This original Right Hand Drive 3.4 SE with overdrive coupe was sold new by Henlys in London and was imported into Australia in the 1960s. With matching numbers and in very good condition we last sold this Jaguar 10 years ago. S824765DN
Produced between 1986 and 1989, the Mercedes Benz 560SL was sold exclusively to the US, Japanese and Australian markets. This Australian delivered 560SL with the all alloy 5.6 litre V8, delivers a smooth yet powerful performance and classic Mercedes Benz style. In very good condition, this 560 comes with both the detachable factory hard top and soft top.
Mercedes Benz 300 SEL 6.3 1968. This original 6.3 was Australian delivered and was for many years in Queensland before going to Tasmania in 1996. In very good structural condition and recently having new, correct leather and carpeting inserted. Complete with the original “Becker” radio.
Jaguar E Type Competition Roadster 1970. The Jaguar E-Type, often considered one of the most iconic sports cars ever constructed. Enzo Ferrari labelled it “the most beautiful car ever made”, and many recent polls show that many people agree with Enzo’s sentiment. Produced by Jaguar from 1961 to 1975 the Jaguar E-Type combines the power, beauty and performance from the car it was based, the Le Mans winning D-Type Jaguar. When first released the E-Type was revolutionary, featuring a disc brakes, monocoque construction, rack and pinion steering, independent front and rear suspension and a top speed of 150mph. Jaguar built a dozen lightweight E-Types between 1963 and 1964. These cars were constructed with an all-aluminium body which removed around 114kg compared to a standard E- Type. Powered by the same 3.8 litre engine that drove the D Type Jaguar to victory at Le Mans in 1957 and mated to a close ration 4 speed or ZF 5 speed gear box, the lightweight E-Types were a quick and versatile car. Though they did not enjoy the same overall successes internationally as its earlier D Type counterpart, the lightweight car did enjoy success at various National level competitions with Bob Jane t
NEW PRICE The Ford GT40 was commissioned to end the Ferrari dominance of long distance racing (namely the famed 2h Hours of Le Mans) and to counter the refusal of Enzo Ferrari to sell Ferrari to Ford. Ford built two prototypes in 1964 that were launched in April of that year. The initial outings showed the promise of what was to come, although some fine tuning for reliability was needed. In 1965 Ford handed the project over to Carroll Shelby. The improved GT40 made its debut at the Daytona 2000 in 1965, finishing 1 st and 3 rd , and establishing the Ford GT40s as a genuine Le Mans contender, however the remainder of the 1965 season proved to be a disappointing one. In 1966 Ford came out swinging with the MK II, once again winning (and 2 nd and 3 rd ) at Daytona (now a 24hr race) and following that up with another 1, 2, 3 at Sebring. In June the Ford GT40’s lined up at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and, incredibly achieved another 1-2-3 result for Ford and ended the Ferrari dominance of the event. The Ford GT40 went on the win a total of 4 consecutive titles at the Circuit de la Sarthe, creating one of the most successful, respected and famous competition sports car of all time. This stri
Chrysler Newport Coupe 1956. This Virgil Exner styled 300 Coupe has the more powerful 250hp engine and push button auto. In excellent condition and with original handbooks, sales brochure and History file.
BMW 318is E36 Coupe 1997. This sporty 1.9 litre 5 Speed Manual late series 318is coupe is in good condition throughout. This car has been well maintained with service history and books. An incredibly fun, fuel efficient and usable car.
The most powerful and luxurious of the big Healey’s this factory RHD MkIII BJ8 was delivered to its original owner of Buckhurst Hall, UK in July of 1965. After changing hands a few times it was eventually purchased by a member of the US Navy who was stationed in the UK, he subsequently exported this Healey to his home town in Alabama and made full use of it for the next decade before going into secure storage. After arriving in Australia as a very original rust free example in 2008, it underwent an extensive bare metal restoration whilst incorporating some conscientious improvements including Rally style; guard vents, boot lid, scuttle vent, headlights, grille & air vents, alloy Sebring style dash and flared guards. With a large history file and receipts equating to over AUD$150,000, the additional extras like Ferrari Daytona knock- ons, Air Conditioning, 5 speed gearbox, triple 45 DCOE Weber carburetors, Koni adjustable front shock absorbers with Bilstein rears, period Minilite wheels and a Factory hard top (believed to be 1 of just over 200 ever produced) means that this car not only looks fantastic but is equally as rewarding to drive. A truly unique example with no expense spar
The DBSZ Concept Coupe. Developed from a union of the Aston Martin DB4 GTZ’s lines and the platform of the later, improved Aston Martin DBS models, the DBSZ concept can be described more as a silhouette rather than a replica. Nevertheless it is a true Aston Martin in appearance, luxury and performance. For more information please click here Please feel free to contact us for any further information.