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1968 Volvo 123GT

$27,000 AUD
a year ago
4 months ago
Cottesloe WA, Australia
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This Volvo 123 GT Amazon is a classic coupe that has received an extensive transformation to a motorsport specification. For anyone wanting to get into historic tarmac rally events, this well-sorted Swede provides a magnificent entry-level platform to do so.
Build specification:
• STILO intercom
• RALLY SAFE Antennas and wiring
• MONIT Navigation trip meter
• SPARCO Seats inc. leg adjuster
• SPARCO six-point seatbelts
• SPARCO Steering wheel (El power steering)
• SPARCO Pedals

• BOND Roll cage & and 2 Roof vents
• FUELSAFE 80l tank with safety bladder and foam dual filter system
• Electric Pierburg fuel pump
• SAFETY Steering Column split joint
• MCA Rally shocks front-rear remote canister two-way adjustable comp and rebound, high and low speed compression
• BRAKES Split dual brake system with adjustable balance bar. Disc brake front and rear - 164 type vented front disc and race
• modified callipers
• Lowered ride height and upgraded springs and sway bars
• FRONT & REAR axle assemblies of 140 model
• Front axle modified for negative camber and minimum bump steer and reinforced
• Rear axle modified for toe in and negative camber - also has a LSD
• All new wear parts; bushes, universal joints, track rod ends

• VOLPRO Performance engine, all build documents available
• OER Twin carbs (Japanese Weber model)
• 123 programable distributor
• oil cooler, remote oil filter
• Electrical radiator fan
• VDO instruments & speedo
• 2.5 inch rally exhaust system and extractors
• FOGMAKER High pressure water fire extinguisher system in engine bay
• Car weighs 1130kg, 50/50 front and rear distribution
It was last inspected in July 2020, with only the windscreen blemishes drawing attention. Included with the sale are a CAMS logbook, and various documentation pertaining to the engine build and overall race preparation, along with multiple keys and some spare parts. Log book #20111066
Vehicle Id 36561

A huge amount of work went into the car at a cost of around $100,000 and the GT appears on the 123GT register and was Australian delivered. Gerry Lister is able to act as a referee to the cars provenance and build. More photos to come.
Brilliant Targa Tasmania shots are credit of Angryman photography.