Spotted on Ebay in December 2018, this well used example of the W124 convertible was asking $17,900 at the time of offering, and is the most desirable late 320 series (although the slightly earlier 300CE convertibles are probably a little more desirable these days. If you have one, please sign-up and add yours to the register. Check out the others on the W124 Mercedes convertible register.
Spotted on trademe NZ in December 2018, this looks to be a great original example of the Austin Seven Chummy tourer. Very liottle information was provided by the seller at the time, but it looks to have undergone a relatively recent restoration. Check out the others on the Vintage Austin Seven Register.
A nice example of a Sunrise Pearl 2001 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible with only 26,839 on the odometer. This example was advertised on beverlyhillscarclubcom. Beige leather trim with burgundy piping and a burgundy canvas soft top makes a great contrast. Check out the others on the 2001 Rolls Royce Corniche register.
Only the second example of the 2000 model on our Corniche Drophead Coupe register. This particular car was first supposedly delivered to Scottsdale, Arizona. At the time the car was advertised it was described as an extraordinarily crisp example of an increasingly difficult to secure model. Finished Arctica White with Oatmeal hides (piped with Autumn Tan to compliment the roof).
One of only 384 built, this has to be one of the most desirable Rolls Royce vehicles built in the modern era. This design took over from the beautiful Shadow based Corniche, which was built in far higher numbers. Hoping to get a few more of these amazing 2000 - 2001 Corniche's on the register. If you have one, please sign up and add yours.
Previously spotted on craigslist, this one was seen again on Ebay US, with one day to go and bids at $18,600. More than it was initially asking on Craigslist! Heavily modified drivetrain.. Professional frame off Restoration completed in 2009. Complete new X frame with 1994 LT1 Corvette engine and 4L60E transmission. 10 bolt posi rear with 373 gear ratio . Front tubular A - Armspower steering Rack and pinion and four wheel power disc brakes . This is a very comfortable driver and a pleasure to drive .
998cc moke - this nice example was located up north in NT, looks to be in excellent condition. An excellent NT cruiser. Not a californian but has the Californian bumpers front and rear. The seller at the time noted the car has its original “Yellow Devil” Paint. Everything works on this amazing little car which is in excellent condition mechanically and body-wise. Not a californian, but a nice car.
This immaculate Studebaker Daytona convertible is one of just 702 convertibles built in 1964, and only a couple of hundred have been accounted for by those maintaining a register. In fact, we've only managed to add 8 to our small Daytona convertible register over the last four years. If you're looking to stand out from the crowd, the Daytona is a worthy alternative with plenty of performance to match it's looks. It's also truly a unique car - usually the only one of it's kind when you turn up to a car show.
This particular car currently resides in Ontario, Canada, with the current owner confirming the vehicle was originally delivered new in the city of High Point, North Carolina.
The car has been restored to a very high standard, and has only 61,000 original miles on the clock. The body has been finished in in its original Bordeau Red, with a black top. The red vinyl interior trim is equally immaculate, and overall the car is in perfect factory condition, ready for immediate enjoyment by the successful purchaser.
Under the hood is the factory Studebaker 289 V8 engine. However, this one's particularly special, being factory fitted with the 290hp R2 supercharger package - one of only 12 convertibles to receive the package. The R2 specification is identified by the oval R2 badges behind the front wheel arches. Power is channelled through Studebaker's 3-speed Borg-Warner transmission, and the car has power drum brakes and power steering.
As Studebaker's final factory convertible, this model holds a special place in the collector car market, which is starting to see some reasonable value increases. Unfortunately, with low such low production numbers there isn't a plentiful supply of Daytona convertibles, and several examples we've seen over the years have needed significant work. Take for example this neglected Moonlight Silver convertible spotted a couple of years ago. So when an good one comes along, it presents a fantastic opportunity to get into a car where the hard work has been done for you, at a fraction of the price that the work would realistically cost.
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It's been a while since we've seen a good original Californian 1275 up for sale. This one came up on Gumtree in July 2018, asking $15,950, and appears to be in mostly original condition.
The seller at the time noted: This Moke has a Galvanised body and a newly replaced floor. It is rust free. $2200 spent in recent service - refreshing brakes / bushes etc. Invoice available.
This Moke is a genuine unmolested example. It is in good condition. It has the canvas sides, heavy duty bash plate, spare bonnet and a new steering wheel.