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1966 FORD FALCON 500 $25,000

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1966 FORD FALCON 500 $25,000

FIRST GENERATION of the square-rigger Falcons, the XR was start of the whole phenomenon that ended with the XY. This one has the 3.3lt six and auto transmission, plus power steering. The owner is offering a RWC and says itís done just 98,000 miles (160,000km). Gotta love the whitewalls and the venetian blinds!

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1968 PONTIAC PARISIENNE $49,000

YOU SHOULD BE able to slip the Eiffel Tower in the back, so maybe that explains the name. In any case this could be a perfect way to relive your favourite American family holiday movie. We reckon these monster land yachts have a huge amount of charm, so long as youíre not scared of a fuel bill. Itís got a 327 V8 with auto, and no doubt has power everything.

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1967 VOLVO PV210 DUETT $42,000

NEED TO STAND out from the crowd?

This might be the answer. Though not the most famous model on the planet, these things do have a following. Power is from an injected 2.0lt four and the owner gives every indication that a huge amount of money has been spent on it. Does the longboard come with it?

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1968 BUICK SKYLARK $35,500

LOOK CLOSELY AND youíll see ĎSport Wagoní badges on this thing, which makes you wonder what the hell a touring wagon looks like! This is a fantastic monument to the American Gothic school of automotive design. What we like about this is the owner says itís had the full resto treatment, so it should be a turnkey exercise. In case youíre wondering, itís got a 350 V8 in the nose with, of course, an auto.

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1965 HOLDEN EH SPECIAL $19,000

MAYBE A PROJECT to keep you occupied over those long winter nights? This EH claims to have a recently reconditioned 186 in the nose, along with a four-speed manual gearbox. Perhaps an M21? The owner also mentions Torana brakes and the fact thereís some work to be done to get it on the road. That includes dealing with some rust in the driver door and finishing the interior.

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1978 HOLDEN KINGSWOOD $16,000

WE COULD NOT do this without listing a Kingswood, could we? This one claims to have had a comprehensive resto in recent years and certainly looks fresh in the paint and interior. Thereís the traditional 202 red motor in the snout, with a Trimatic, while it claims luxuries such as power steering and air-con.

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1974 CHRYSLER VALIANT $5000

BIG ENOUGH TO land a Cessna on Ė thatís what we like to see. This VJ seems to offer a lot of metal for the money and the owner says itís been part restored. It looks to be in good workable shape and very standard.

Under the bonnet you have the big 245 cube six, plus a three-speed manual. It runs bench seats, so there should be room for you and five of your closest friends to head down to the beach.

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