" Hi Brett just wanting to thankyou guys for making us feel so welcome when we arrived in Melbourne to inspect the Camaro. You were always willing to help with any enquiry and also assisted us with delivering the car to the nearest car depot. This also took a great deal of stress off me and also saved me costs associated with the car transporters if they had to pick the car up from your home.
I found that the car met all my expectations and was exactly how you described it on gumtree.
Your advertisement was clear and concise and very detailed. It was an absolute pleasure doing business with you guys and I would recommend anyone to do business with you.
I wish you guys all the best......many thanks Lorrie"
Thanks to Lorrie for this great review he gave us at Muscle cars and Classic cruisers after he purchased his dream car - the awesome blue and orange Z28 1979 Series II Camaro that he recently flew down from interstate to buy. Enjoy your weekend cruising Lorrie!
A long held dream was realized when the new owner of our series II Camaro Z28 flew down from NSW and found it was his dream car at a price that worked for him. He had been waiting a long time to reward himself with this after kids and everyone else taking priority for many years. We are so glad to be a part of making someone so happy and can really see him enjoying cruising with those glass ttops off in the great weather up there.
If you want to find your dream car drop us a line at www.musclecarsandclassiccruisers.com.au
Looking at american muscle cars and not sure about LHD?
Currently, any left-hand drive vehicle can be imported if it was made before January 1, 1989, as long as it's not highly modified. Cars of this age group can be road registered in Australia as LHD. So all those gorgeous corvettes, camaros and mustangs of the 60's and 70's and 80's, dont hold back, go for it right or left hand drive!
Any left-hand drive vehicle made after 1989 must be converted to right-hand drive within 12 months of landing in Australia and can't be driven until its converted.
Never driven LHD? You would be surprised but most people find in 5 minutes they no longer notice it!
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Project or club classic and muscle cars are often bought unregistered. Can you drive them home legally?
Yes you can, so long as your new club car or weekend cruiser meets the basic roadworthy safety requirements as set out on the UVP application page of vic roads.
Your U what? UVP is unregistered vehicle permit.
For those long time car guys and motor heads this is old news but to any newbies or those experienced car guys never put in this situation before its fantastic news. Driving your new baby home is the best way without doubt!
It literally takes 5 minutes online or a 5 min phonecall if you prefer and its done. Drive away.
As far as I know every state has them.
For Victorian residents simply click here to order your UVP and follow the prompts. I promise its really quick and really easy. All you need to get one is:
- basic car make color etc
- vin or chassis number ( and its savvy enough to deal with older cars that dont have the modern 17 number vins)
- credit card
- make sure the car meets their requirements which they outline as you go.
Each state is slightly different in costs and limits etc but in general one week is about $50 in Victoria. You can get them for single trips or for up to a month to allow for multiple trips for rego purposes
Hope this helps you enjoy your next muscle car, streetcar or classic purchase quicker.
Glass T Tops are a rare option that are spectacular on this V8 Coupe classic muscle car.
Hi I am Brett, a fellow car lover. I have a longheld passion for unique cars of all models and makes but particularly of the 60's, 70's and 80's. I started the MCCC site as I have finally worked to a point in life I can purchase cars that I think are special. Because I found I was buying more than we could store or afford to keep, I had to part with some. This process continues as I cannot resist buying something special when I find it.