Bolwell MK VII 1965
- · Just 400 ever built-in Total over a six-year period
- · Slightly worked very healthy 202cid 6-cylinder, triple carburetted engine and a 5-speed Celica manual transmission
- · Well preserved and cared for Bolwell MKVII
- · Repair and upgrade receipts plus instruction manual.
- · Striking Red paint over a black interior
- · Holden mechanical components
- · Previous NSW registration papers
This Bolwell Mark VII is one of just 400 ever built, making it a particularly rare and valuable Australian fastback coupe. It is known for its striking good looks and exhilarating performance.
Designed by Campbell Bolwell, this iconic fibreglass kit car is fitted with genuine Holden mechanical components. This lightweight version combines a 202cid 6-cylinder, triple carburetted engine and a Five-speed Toyota Celica manual transmission, allowing it to reach speeds up to 200km/hour. Overall, this example of a Bolwell Mark VII drives and handles very well. After being fully restored, this car was upgraded with flattering modern-day wheels and high-back sports seats. This car has been well preserved and cared for. It includes a range of records including repair, upgrade receipts plus instruction manual.
One of just 400 built over a six-year period by Campbell Bolwell in Melbourne. The lightweight Mark VII quickly caught the imagination of car enthusiasts and was predominantly sold as a kit car complete with all mechanical components including a Bolwell-designed suspension system.
Campbell Bolwell’s use of Holden mechanical components was based on the premise that customers could take their Bolwell to any one of many Holden dealerships around the country for service and parts.
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