Spotted for sale on craigslist in February 2019 - this Daytona hardtop looks to be a rust free example ready for paint and re-assembly. Not often you see the body and floor so clean. A bit of work to do bit it looks like a lot of the difficult bits are done.
Quite a few on the register now. Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona register.
Another spotted in NZ, this one was advertised in early 2019 - believed to be one of only around 20 left in the country (at least, according to the seller at the time). A high mileage example, but depending on the rust looks to be worth saving, with most parts intact. Seller at the time noted that the car was running. Hopefully someone saved it!
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This original example of the Lotius Cortina was spotted for sale in New Zealand in February 2018 - looks to be an exceptionally kept car, with lots of mechanical refurbishment work completed. At the time it was advertised, the seller was asking $125,000 NZD. High, but not as high as we've seen some original examples fetch - remembering that the lotus cortina was such a great performing touring car, with many victories to its name, competing against the likes of the Cooper S.
This 1973 Ford Landau is one of just 1,385 built, and is currently held by its fourth owner who has continued to keep excellent maintenance records for the vehicle.
Sold new to a customer in Elizabeth Bay NSW, this example is believed to be a four owner car, and comes with its original owner’s manual, and substantial maintenance records from 53,000 km through to the current mileage which sits at around 132,000 km. Images showing a sample of the records held are included in the image gallery.
The car retains its original Blue paint and vinyl roof. The paint is in presentable condition and polishes up very well, and the vinyl roof is in excellent condition as shown in the images. At some stage the previous owner has fitted aftermarket alloy mag wheels. However, the original factory wheels and hubcaps are included in the sale.
Rocker panels, sills and floors all appear to be in excellent condition. There are only a few rust spots requiring attention. Locations of those areas are shown in the images, and include at the base of the rear windscreen, under a small section of the boot-lid rubber and some small bubbling spots at the base of the passenger door and front guard. The car is otherwise very solid, and has obviously been kept out of the weather throughout its life.
Inside, the white vinyl trim is in excellent condition, including the headlining, and the carpets throughout the car are excellent. The parts missing on the driver’s door (mirror control and handle frame) are included with the car. The rear cigarette lighter in the console does however need replacing. Air-conditioning, and all controls work well, and the dashboard is immaculate.
The car is fitted with its original matching numbers engine – the 351ci Cleveland. A few modifications have been carried out including the installation of Pacemaker extractors, and an FMX transmission with stage 2 shift kit. The diff ratio has also been changed from the factory 2.8:1 to 3.5:1 – however, the original diff comes with the car should a purchaser wish to return the car to original specifications.
These high-spec Australian coupes are becoming increasingly desirable, and with such low build numbers they surely represent a good long term investment. For more information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Richard by clicking the contact seller button above.
Spotted in an old blog post, we grabbed the details of this Daytona for the register - might have been advertised around 2010 on Ebay or similar. Looks rough, but an original hardtop Daytona is hard to pass up. At the time it was offered, the seller noted it was running, but not driveable. 259 CID 2 BBL V8 with 3 Speed Manual Trans on the tree(column) with factory overdrive. Needs BODYWORK. Trunk floor. Left(Drivers) Front Fender(New OEM Included). Outer Rocker panels(NEW Included) on both sides and minor floor work near the rockers.
Spotted on an old auction website copart.com (already sold), this 1964 Studebaker commander looks like it could do with some attention - plenty of surface rust, we hope someone was able to salvage what's left of it. Looks to be originally painted "Horizon Green" with matching trim.
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This one was spotted on classiccars.com advertised in January 2018 asking $8,500. It appears that it could be a genuine Studebaker Daytona Sports Sedan of 1965 - repainted in an aftermarket lavender, but otherwise looks to be very original. The vinyl roof has obviously been removed - which may have just saved the car from rust! Would love to see it brought back to an original colour and the vybly roof reinstated of course.
Studebaker Daytona hartop spotted for sale in NY - this one has very low mileage and appears to be in excellent condition. Apparently pulled from 15 years storage in October 2017. 3 of the original Bias Ply tires remain. The 4th had been replaced and unable to be located.
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This is an Australian spec Chrysler Scorpion, that was apparently imported to NZ in the early 2000s. Looks to be in immaculate condition and only has 32,000 original Ks. This one was spotted on Trademe NZ in January 2019, asking $15,000.
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