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Waimak Classic Cars

PO Box 373 Rangiora 7440 North Canterbury New Zealand

Waimak Classic Cars

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There are two kinds of sweat. Nervous sweat. And hot sweat. I've just learned how it feels to have both kinds multiplied together. Sweat squared. Jaguar, determined to continue its winning ways at Le Mans in the mid-50s, set out to design an aerodynamic bullet, built for speed. The resulting D-Type was not only quick ...

19,305
19 Sep 2022
New Zealand
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In 1932 Ford released their seminal ‘Deuce’ which was the foundation for the hot-rod industry. This was motivated by Ford first production V8 engine which was available in all the body styles. The V8 model was marketed as a variant of the Model B known as the Model 18, but the V8 name resonated more and became ...

362
19 Sep 2022
New Zealand

Before the 750 Super Sport V-twin and Paul Smart and Bruno Spaggiari’s amazing 1-2 at Imola in 1972, no Ducati bike could go as fast as the 450cc Desmo Corsa. The 450 Desmo Coras first appeared at Rimini in 1968, where it amazingly pulled 50 horsepower at 9,000 rpm. The 450 had twin plug ignition, larger valves, a ...

26 Aug 2022
New Zealand

The Jaguar S-type was launched in 1963 and was based on the styling of the Jaguar Mk2, which had been launched four years earlier. At first glance there is little to tell the two apart, but an expert eye will be drawn to the extended rear bodywork, thinner chrome bumpers and larger indicators. Though a different model, ...

117,504
22 Aug 2022
New Zealand

The Honda CD175 is a 175cc motorcycle made from 1967 to 1979. Described by Honda as a "great new all-rounder, at home around town or putting the highway behind you", it was the touring model in Honda's 175 cc motorcycle lineup. ABOUT THIS CLASSIC Electric starter Turn signals Deeply valanced mudguards ...

20 Aug 2022
New Zealand

Chevy pickups of 68 are handsome in appearance, streamlined for efficiency and solidly constructed to give a long-lived stamina in all types of service. Time proven independent front suspension and durable coil springs at all four wheels provide an extremely smooth ride with excellent carrying capacity for work and ...

21,233
20 Aug 2022
New Zealand

The Porsche 911 is a triumph of persistence over perfection. By rights it shouldn’t have worked at all with its air-cooled engine slung out behind the rear axle the way it was, but determined development by Porsche over many years turned the ugly duckling into a graceful swan. The 911 has gone from strength to ...

148,654
19 Aug 2022
New Zealand

Where Rolls Royce attracts Millionaires, Gentlemen are attracted to Daimlers! Daimler introduced a new model just before the Second World War: the DB18 or 2½-litre. This new six-cylinder engine was used in military vehicles during the war; few civilian cars were being made in those years. After the war, the 2½-litre ...

54,887
19 Aug 2022
New Zealand

The classic Daimler 250 V8 is a charming car, as luxurious on the road as a cruise ship is at sea. We bring you here a most sumptuous Daimler V8 250. Superficially, a Daimler 250 is a badge-engineered Jaguar Mk2. Only a discerning car buff would clock the moulded Daimler grille in place of the Jaguar mascot. But the ...

91,143
19 Aug 2022
New Zealand

The El Camino's are an incredibly sought after vehicle in the collector car market. They have, depending on the year, usually low production numbers - thus enhancing their value. They sport the benefits of a utility vehicle, yet retain the performance of a muscle car from the same era. This example adheres to that ...

87,340
18 Aug 2022
New Zealand

Time is a fleeting thing - attempt to hold onto it, and it slips through your grasp as if you'd never reached at all. Though it's nigh on impossible to relive past events and bring them back to life, the right car can put you in that frame of mind: body and spirit rejuvenated, and simpler times encouraging youthful ...

34,967
18 Aug 2022
New Zealand

This car is pretty much in concours like condition. This car was born and first registered in England in 1952. It was plate number HRG 632. It was then registered in California with plate number XUN037. It was shipped in New Zealand in 1990. The gentleman who restored it started a no expense restoration (he reputably ...

3,748
18 Aug 2022
New Zealand

So many cars are immediately identified with members of the British Royal Family. Her Majesty the Queen was seldom ever seen with her family outside Balmoral Castle without a Land Rover, and Prince Charles loved Aston Martin. Princess Anne however, would be associated with one particular British classic. Her keen ...

91,515
17 Aug 2022
New Zealand

You get only one shot in life – make it a Triumph! Triumph's enduring TR4 represented something of a transition for the company's famous big-engined roadsters in the early 1960s. They were the first in the range to feature that distinctive chunky Michelotti-styled coachwork, which put them right up there with the ...

95,411
17 Aug 2022
New Zealand

These models, known as the Morris Cowley, are practically the same as the Morris Oxford but turned out in a modified form to cater for the purchaser who did not require the additional refinements and luxury. ABOUT THIS CAR Chassis: 12238 / Engine 19313 This car was sent to Australia new, but unbodied due ...

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14 Aug 2022
New Zealand