1955 Austin FV1801 “Champ” (ex-Australian Army).
• Full restoration, bare metal respray (No rust in body) Many new parts used in rebuild. New brakes including master and wheel cylinders, new clutch, vehicle rewired. Rebuilt engine (new block), rear differential, and radiator.
• Larkspur C42 and B47 radios fitted with associated harness and radio table (Correct for this vehicle)
• New upholstery, canvas top, side curtains, and doors
• Selection of vehicle and Larkspur radio spares included, including all service manuals.
CONTACT ADRIAN K. NIECKARZ
T: 0403 237 945
For Sale 1980 Series 3 Land rover FFR complete with radios mounted in their correct trays.
The radio prc 25 is untested and the F2/F3 HF radio is case only but there is also the AMU HF Tuner and BBF1 Charger also the antenna mounts are on the vehicle two HF and two VHF with there own AMU but one VHF AMU needs replacing.
The vehicle has had a lot work completed mechanically ie: Brakes completely replaced , all bushes under the body replaced also the gearbox has been completely rebuild with all new parts.
All the invoices for all the works done is available.
Included is about $1200.00 of spare parts and bits ie: Cam Net plus poles , 3 x Dist caps , 3 Rotor caps and more.
Currently on SA Historical registration.
Special price now $ 20,000.00. Cash only.
Interested buyers only Contact John Jenner on 0439 551 173, or email email@example.com.
Frank Scott has has four tyres for sale ; 700×16 s/h Firestone brand; $200.
Contact Frank on 0418 828 747 email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tony Van Rhoda has donated some Jeep parts to be made available for WVCG Members for a small donation to club funds.
Jeep Rear Seat Backrest Cushion
Free Wheeling Hubs, suitable for Jeeps, brand new.
Note: One nut in the kit has been stripped and will require re-tapping.
Jeep Front Wheel Hub Flanges and Caps
Any member interested in acquiring these parts, please contact club Treasurer Mick Jenner
We have a new style Club Baseball Cap for sale to members.They are Khaki colour with the WVCG Logo on the front.
They are for sale to club members for $20 each and if the club meeting on the 6th January 2015 was anything to go by when every member present purchased one they are not going
to last long.
So open your wallets and let the moths out and purchase your club cap before they are all gone. Remember $20 each is good value.
The association is currently looking at Khaki shirts with “WVCG” embroidered on one side and your name on the other.More details later.