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Car(s): PR91 1967 GT, PR20 1966 1/2 with GT Goodies, Bellett PR20 1968 Orange with Turbo G161 OHV
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Greetings from the Apple Is
One beautiful Gold '67 has mad an appearance plus a blue 66 'spares car'
The Gold is a one owner with about 35k miles
Engine turns by hand and can feel compression
No rust rear quarters
Straight panels
Deluxe model
4 speed floor manual
After market High back seats
Could easily be a runner (last started 15 yrs ago and garaged/container/shed since)
Small rat attack under bonnet and interior

66 is an outside car origionally
Roached rear quarters and driver's door
Rats have gone to town in it

Would also be a goer but more love required than goldie

Located north of Launceston
Currently on gumtree

Package deal

I have seen them and love them
Just haven't to coinage or room ATM

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J


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Thu May 17, 2018 3:39 am
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The Gold one looks restorable those deluxe badges are off a teardrop model are they not ?? Too far awY for me maybee Stickman will chase these cheers davo thanks for sharing the post


Thu May 17, 2018 3:52 am
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At a minimum need all new brakes, fuel and brake lines, master cylinder sleeve, all chrome pitted, interior resto, replace seats, door cards eaten by mice, driveline service etc etc etc but body and paint are great
J

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Thu May 17, 2018 4:03 am
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Asroc66 wrote:
At a minimum need all new brakes, fuel and brake lines, master cylinder sleeve, all chrome pitted, interior resto, replace seats, door cards eaten by mice, driveline service etc etc etc but body and paint are great
J


Hi all,
I just spoke with Steve and both sound awesome, especially the gold one! :o
As I’m located in the Barossa Valley in SA and am currently racking my brain on how practical it could or would be to have these transported over here especially being that the brakes would almost certainly be seized... Just wondering if anyone would have any suggestions on how to get both of them here (maybe you might have sourced a similar car from the mainland in reverse)?
Thanks Asroc66 for posting it in the forum, I’ve only just started looking for my father-In-Law and as his first car was also a gold coloured ‘67 sedan and now that he’s retired, he wants to relive his youth and is super keen on getting another!! ;)
Cheers,
Daz.


Thu May 17, 2018 11:12 am
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Cash
Hella-mega-cash
Bass straight is the most expensive waterway in the world
Truely
J

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Thu May 17, 2018 9:20 pm
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Great find,good to see they are still about,was a gold Deluxe up C/bin Valley some time ago,I got the Dizzy out for the Tassie Devil,Blue Tear Drop rare as,would be interesting to know how many,Gold Deluxe's,and Blue Tear Drops came to OZ,well spotted, Gerry


Sun May 20, 2018 7:03 am
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Car(s): '72 Sport Bellett (imported 180912), had Belletts in past, 2 sed, 3 GT's. M/B A250 Sport, i30
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Great find,good to see they are still about,was a gold Deluxe up C/bin Valley some time ago,I got the Dizzy out for the Tassie Devil,Blue Tear Drop rare as,would be interesting to know how many,Gold Deluxe's,and Blue Tear Drops came to OZ,well spotted, Gerry


is the paint original colour? The boot seems to be white in the wheel wells area, not in the actual load area.

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Tue May 22, 2018 2:15 am
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I dunno glenn the left hand side in the boot looks white could be reflection under the bonnett is all gold I reckon shes a genuine beast shame its in Tassie but good for the local guys james would know the costs of transporting hes the man on the job there cheers davo


Tue May 22, 2018 7:08 am
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She's all gold
Could have stared in 'Goldfinger'
Boot perfect.... u r seeing the shine of excellent paint
Even the bolts have undisturbed paint on them
Real peach
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Tue May 22, 2018 7:21 am
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She's all gold
Could have stared in 'Goldfinger'
Boot perfect.... u r seeing the shine of excellent paint
Even the bolts have undisturbed paint on them
Real peach
J


It's a shame it's in Tassie. Nothing against Tassie, but buying and shipping both cars, would be a nightmare, not to mention expensive. Even one, unless one could get it running and brakes working etc.

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Wed May 23, 2018 12:38 am
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Looks like gold one has been sold
Seen on a familiar trailer too?
Looks like waiting for the ferry at Devonport ? Or is that Mt Wellington in Hobart?
So, cough up
Who's the lucky new owner?
J


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So the gold has gone.

Is the blue still available.

It looks rather similar to the vehicle that started the NSW Bellett Car Club.
If it could be traced back to these days it would be a rather interesting vehicle to get back into the club.

It may not be the same vehicle but it looks rather similar.

Any updates on this vehicle would be great.

Cheers Kev.


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