Atlast Grey VN SS

Holden Commodore VN SS, BA FPV GT, Holden Torana GTR XU-1 – Dubai Car News

IIt’s that time of year when everyone is out shopping for hoarders, but here Street Machine Offices where we are most interested in driveway fillers.

The Gray Weekly Classic Car Auction is a great place to find that next dream machine, so we’ve cherry-picked a bunch of our favorites hitting the block this week.

Bidding is now live, and will close on Tuesday 13 December at 8pm AEDT. You can check all the listings on This link here.

Street Machine News Atlast Gray VN SS 6


One of the first cars to catch our eye is this minty VN SS, an untouched time warp still rocking all the original gear and, joy of joys, a five-speed manual!

Street Machine News VN SS Atlas Gray 6


Finished in Atlas Grey, it should tick all the boxes for any VN fan, and best of all, it’s up for auction with no reserve.

Another plastic to grab is this 2003 BA FPV GT. Not only is it the crème de la crème GT, but it’s hiding a Yella Terra blower on top of a Boss 290 V8.

Street Machine News 2003 FPV GT


Showing 114,000 km, build number 0173 would be a neat addition to anyone’s stable.

Street Machine News 2003 FPV GT 2


Another blown machine with plenty of presence is the TBS 6/71 maker wearing a 1965 Ford Mustang.

Street Machine News Mustang


Underneath that blower sits a 347ci crate motor with a hot cam, alloy heads and roller rockers. The rest of the driveline includes the stock Mozzi rear end and a C4 autobox, and with its red paint it makes for a pretty wild street machine.

Street Machine News Mustang 6


We haven’t worked with Mustang yet. It may look like your average rolling shell, but it has all the right tags for being a 1969 Mustang Boss 429 fastback Z-code.

Street Machine News 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429


If you don’t agree with the Ford gibberish, the bottom line is that this is one of 850 1969 Boss 429 Mustangs produced by Ford’s Special Vehicle Division, as part of their homologation program for NASCAR. has been done Basically think of it as Yank’s GTHO for ’69 Mustangs.

Street Machine News Mustang Boss 2


Obviously this is mid-resto, but the good news is that all the hard work is already done, the shell is structurally sound and ready for paint and assembly. Another 1969 Z-Code Mustang Sold by Gray. For over AU$220K about two years ago, so it could definitely be a worthwhile investment.

We also have a rare Holden for you if that’s your side of the fence; A genuine 1973 LC GTR XU-1.

Street Machine News LJ Torana.


This is an original tangerine orange car with chestnut trim, which stands out well from all the clones with black interiors. There are a few other LCs and Js in this auction, but this is the only one with no reserve so it’s our pick of the three.

Street Machine News LJ Torana 2


Another untouched gem is this 1972 Holden Monaro LS Coupe, which claims just three owners and over 88,000km.

Street Machine News HQ Coupe LS


Not only is it in reasonably good condition, but was optioned with air con and power steering! Combine that with thong sleeper power and you’ve got a great summer cruiser.

Street Machine News HQ Coupe LS 3


Our final pick from this week’s crop is this neat XB ute, rocking 351 power, ’70s-appropriate orange paint and a manually-selectable four-cog.

Street Machine News 1975 Ford Falcon XB 351 Ute


By all accounts it looks like a ready-to-wrap cruiser, and we can already see ourselves tailgating back to our favorite summer watering hole, skis in back and beer in hand.

Street Machine News 1975 Ford Falcon XB 351 Ute 2


As we mentioned, all of the listings in this week’s auction are now live, which you can view. This link.

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