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Author: Subject:  SOLD - 56' Oval survivor/sleeper
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posted on March 16th, 2019 at 08:31 AM
SOLD - 56' Oval survivor/sleeper

Some of you will know this car. Used to be Nathan's TIN-KDF many years back.

I've had it a few years now. In that time pretty much everything mechanical on it has been replaced or rebuilt. The car is fully engineered with NSW RMS. It's currently on club/mod rego but could easily be road registered again. Basically I need something a bit more modern due to changing work circumstances.

$25,000 Negotiable

Willing to talk about swaps for something 80-90s, RWD, sporty, turbo or similar.


DP1600 on late 1300 case (built by Hans Klaack)
Fully balanced counterweighted bottom end
Engle TCS-10 cam
HD valve springs
Doghouse/external oil cooler/filter
CB hideaway header
Subaru liberty turbo
Water to air intercooler
CB manifolds for port injection
Microsquirt ECU/ VL fuel pump/ L67 injectors
Currently running 9psi, safe to 14 or more.

Late 1300 (built by Dave Butler)
4:12 R&P
flog out plate/billet side covers
Kennedy stage II pressure plate/organic disk
trans straps and new mounts
Kafer style bracing
Spax adjustable rear shocks
Empi camber compensator

Late bug dual circuit
Reserviour with warning light as per NSW RMS
Volksconversions front wide five disks
40mm narrowed stock beam with adjusters (by PO)
New Type 3 wagon rear drums

Recovered red with white piping, mohair roof liner (by PO)
4 inertia real seatbelts as per NSW RMS
Three child harness point
Original rubber floor matts
Period AM radio + stereo with 6x9s

70% original paint
Almost no rust
Original guards all round
Completely rewired
Lots of period accessories

That's the short story, but you get the idea. The car was built for club motorsport. You could easily take it to the drags too.

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