Muscle Car Warehouse was created on the foundation of passion, love, and hard work in order to provide top quality classic/collectable muscle cars.
Muscle Car Warehouse acts as an intermediary in the process of selling your vehicle. We also offer consignment sales for private individuals selling their vehicles, handling all the necessary procedures during the sale, we will take care of everything!
Our on-line registration process ensures that all potential buyers are carefully qualified and authenticated. We take a holding deposit from the prospective purchaser prior to arranging any inspection. This cuts out the tyre kickers and further verifies the buyers.
Car viewing is organised to suit your schedule. We organise all meetings and act as the intermediary between both parties. You can either take part in the viewing or leave it to us.
We then handle the negotiations, organising deposits, registration transfers and deliveries.
You pay us only on successful sale of your car.
We charge 4% (which includes GST) based on the sale price of your car.
When listing your muscle car, please ensure you supply us with 15 – 20 good quality digital photos, VIN number and any interesting details so that we can have your car up on the site immediately. Just email your Australian or American muscle car photos plus car details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have your advertisement online within 24 hours. We will contact you once we have a qualified buyer.
*We do have a particular standard that the vehicles must comply with. We specialise in all Muscle Cars.
Muscle Car Warehouse also provides options to sell your muscle car as a private listing. Manage your own Ad for 3 months.
MCW are proud to announce that we are major sponsors of Lot 6 – Melbourne Ford Factory 1968 -The Birthplace of all things GTHO
The legacy continues with the Ford GT-HO Lot 6 Foundation – providing opportunities for young automotive mechanics to complete a course of training to qualify them for careers in Formula 1, Supercar, Nascar or Indy 500
Biante model of Zaps Fuchs/Dannani Monaro 👍The Biante, Model of the Fuchs/ Dananni Monaro version 2 is now available and in stock in Bibra Lake, Call John on 0400197171 or email email@example.com for your order. Cost $450 Aud or around $305 Usd plus postage and handling. Payments can be made by Credit Card or Bank Transfer or cash when picking up at Bibra Lake. ... See MoreSee Less
Ford Fairmont 1969 model Wagon presented in its current unrestored condition showing 81,000 miles on the clock with a close door respray 15 years ago in its original colour Vintage Burgundy/White roof...
John Zappia went back to his match racing roots on a tour of central and northern Australia over the past few weeks in the Fuchs Monaro.
With the Grudge Kings event at Sydney Dragway rained out, Zappia instead focused on the 'northern swing' that accompanies the opening two rounds of the ANDRA Summit Sportsman Series.
The Desert Nationals at Alice Springs Inland Dragway was first on the list, a unique track that is one the few venues at altitude in Australia, coming in at 1788 feet above sea level.
While Zappia holds the current track record for Pro Slammers at Alice Springs, this event proved tricky as the team tried to find a tune up that would work on the unique surface.
“Alice Springs is a track where you have to walk a razor's edge, it can definitely hold good times as we have seen in the past but the window for an ideal run is very small,” Zappia said. “Along with the adjustments to the tune up to run at altitude, it makes for a challenge for crew chiefs. This time we weren't able to master it to reset our track record, but we hope the fans enjoyed the big burnouts and wheelstands because we were trying our hardest out there.”
It wasn't all bad news for Zappia, with a 3-1 match race victory against the Northern Territory's Matt Abel, who joined Zappia for the northern swing.
The Fuchs team next moved on to Darwin's Hidden Valley Drag Strip for the NT Nationals, again taking on Abel but still struggling to get back to the five second zone the team is known for.
“The track looked great at Darwin and the conditions weren't too hot or humid, but again we were blowing the tyres off on the line and had some massive tyre shake,” Zappia said. “We got down to a 6.39 at 248mph, which showed the power was there but we just couldn't get it to the ground.
“Matt had the local knowledge to get down with a 6.28 and we tied two all for the match racing.”
While there were no record runs or championship wins, Zappia said events such as the Desert Nationals and the NT Nationals were invaluable for the team to stay at the forefront of the Australian Pro Slammer scene.
“We learned stuff and we were developing the tune on the engine, we just didn't get the clutch right,” he said. “It would have been nice to have some other cars to benchmark against, because sometimes it is hard to tell if there is something wrong with us or the track is just tricky. We had two great weekends though, meeting lots of fans and making sure that the Fuchs Monaro is Australia's most well travelled Pro Slammer.
“Now it's time to go right through the Fuchs Monaro and we will get ready for the Perth test and tunes in October and then we head off to Sydney for the East Coast Nationals in November.
“As well as our naming partner Fuchs, we'd like to thank Dananni Hotshots, Crow Cams and Muscle Car Warehouse for being right behind us.”