Rare 1965 Studebaer Commander 2-door, this one fitted with the Chevy 6-cylinder in one of our favourite colours, Tahitian Turquoise. Would look amazing with the Daytona style vinyl roof and a few more accessories, but looks to be in excellent condition with very low mileage. The original trim looks excellent. The seller at the time noted that the car had absolutely NO rust..
Only the 3rd on our little register, this 1988 Nissan gts-x was advertised on trademe NZ in March 2019 asking $10,500. Looks a little rough but quite original - would suit someone looking for an easy project, to bring it back to all factory spec and get the factory Nissan dish wheels back on it :).
A few specs noted by the seller at the time:
One of approximately 4382 built for the 1978 year, this Astral Silver 450 SLC is in excellent original condition, ready for the next enthusiast. The car is an Australian delivered example, last registered in Victoria in 2018.
The car has been used as a daily driver until recently, and over its 40+ years on the road has covered just over 200,000km. The car runs well, the engine is sound and the brakes are strong. The body is in good condition with only a couple of minor blemishes which could easily be tidied up. The blue cloth interior trim is also in excellent condition, only needing a clean, with the seat trim being well protected under the covers for many years.
The car is no longer registered and will be sold without a roadworthy certificate. However, a roadworthy certificate was issued for the vehicle in October 2018, so very little work is expected to be necessary in order to have the car registered again.
You don’t see many SLCs around and their production numbers were far lower than their convertible counterparts. If you’re looking for a classic Benz coupe and want something rare, the SLC is a great choice.
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Advertised on Trademe NZ - this one was sitting there for a few months by the time we added it to classic register.. Asking $20,000 it seems to be in reaosable condition for the price.. The seller at the time noted the car is a barn find in original condition, with its 225ci slant six motor that runs well. According to the seller at the time it has all its original paint with factory stripes does have dings and dents around it. The factory radio still works on AM in the dash.The Front seats have covers on them for a reason they do need work.
Located in Victoria, this genuine 1978 Leyland Mini LS 1275 is in excellent condition, with only 45,602 km on the odometer.
One of approximately 800 1275 LS cars built, the car is finished in its original Nugget Gold paint, with chocolate brown cloth / creme vinyl trim. The 1275 LS benefited from a number of unique features, many of which were only available on foreign models, such as 8.4" disc brakes, the larger capacity 1275cc engine and 12" wheels as standard. The LS also benefited from unique interior trim - only available in two colours.
The car has been kept in storage for a number of years and only removed periodically to be driven. Therefore, the body is in excellent condition with no visible rust. The interior trim is in good condition but could do with a clean-up.
The car runs well, the engine is sound and the brakes are strong. As the car has only been driven periodically, the engine will need a service and check-up. The car is registered in Victoria, but will be sold without a roadworthy certificate. The current plates can be transferred at the time of sale.
The original motor number was 12H902UH00638. However, a new engine has since been installed with serial number 12YDTAH14105. This is a 1275cc block from a Morris 1100S of very similar specification to the cars original engine.
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For further information on these cars, take a look at the Mini 1275 LS information guide.
This Falcon coupe has been restored and modified by the current owner who confirmed they completely dismantled and reassembled the vehicle after purchasing it in 2015. Work included rust rapair, new paint, a complete retrim and a full rebuild of the original 289 V8 engine. The seller has retained all of the original documentation with the car, and this is included in the sale. This is an excellent example of one of the final Falcons available in the USA (other than the 1970 1/2).
The car is located in Mexico, and as such we have not had the opportunity to thoroughly inspect the car. However, the images speak for themselves and the car is in excellent condition, and would suit a buyer looking for a slightly modified example of these Beautiful Falcon coupes. The seller is happy to assist with arrangements for shipping of the vehicle overseas, including making arrangements to export the car to Australia where they are an increasingly popular car.
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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!
Check out the others on the Volvo 242 GT register.
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.