Advertised on Ebay Australia in September 2018, this example of the Pacer Hardtop is in great condition in its original colour and decals - a recent restoration. This one was asking $50,000 at the time of sale.
The seller at the time noted the following:
Car comes with:
Built and owned by the original Owner & Builder of the Top Show Panel Van in the 70's "Total Eclipse" - Mark B who is a perfectionist and has built numerous Ford Falcon GT sedans and coupes. This is my personal car only finished last year.
78 XC Ford Fairmont Coupe. It's a Ford verifed as 1 of only 2 in this combo and the other is gone to car heaven as far as I believe (have also a ford verification letter seperate to one in the photos regarding this).
Combo that car is plated, if it was a XA or XB, would be a GT but as we know no GT's were built in the XC.
This 1963 Studebaker Lark Daytona Hardtop was advertised on Ebay USA in September 2018. The car supposedly has 47,700 miles, and is fitted with a 259 Stude with auto transmission. The car runs and drives, but the body is rusty - most panels and replacement parts for the restoration came with the sale, including rear fenders (1 is NOS, 1 is used), door posts, rockers, bumper and moldings, front fenders and grill panel are all ready on the car.
Spotted on Craigslist in September 2018, asking $18,500 (USD) - 1977 Jaguar XJ6 Coupe Series III - Signal red with black vinyl top. 4.2 litre, Automatic, matching numbers, all original with 1 repaint, 86k original miles. Complete mechanical history including original bill of sale. Former Concours d'elegance car. Garaged it's entire life. Excellent condition.
Check out the other examples on the Jaguar XJC register.
Spotted on Anglia Car Auctions in August 2018 - not many details provided, asking 8,000 GBP.. Advertisement stated: Stored in their hay barn for thirty‑two years, the vendor describes it as remaining remarkably sound and complete. The engine turns. It comes with the old style V5, several documents confirming the warranted 37,215 miles, owner's handbook, oil charts and tax discs from 1983 to 1987.
This 2-door XB GT Hardtop was advertised on Ebay Australia in September 2018, with bids over $80,000 (AUD). It was noted that the car has sat in storage for many years, but runs and drives. It was last registered in 2005.
The car came with a matching numbers engine block, but another engine was fitted. The 351 CID V8 motor currently fitted to the car was fitted in the 80's. The car is a T-bar auto cruisomatic with the following specifications:
This Timberline Turquoise example was advertised on craigslist in September 2018, asking $15,000 (USD). Seems a reasonable price for a car that looks to be in fantastic condition, with the owner confirming the mileage is in fact correct at only 9,800!
Further details of this ex-police Morris Cooper S will shortly be provided. The car is believed to be a genuine NSW police vehicle, and the body is in great condition with very little rust (a small spot in the floor being the only place known to the seller). The seller has owned this car for 8 years and notes that the car was running a while back, but would need a tune up, fuel and a battery to run smoothly now. The car is believed to have a 1310cc engine (unsure as to whether it is based on the original Cooper S block). The seller has indicated there is an issue with the clutch - possibly just low on fluid. The car is currently in storage, but should be out soon for purchasers to inspect.
We will shortly be receiving further images and details for this vehicle to further establish its identity for prospective purchasers. Please check back soon for further details, or contact the seller Andrew by clicking the contact seller button above.
This 220 SE coupe is one of 776 factory right hand drive vehicles produced, and one of only 214 Australian delivered cars – the current owner having the Australian dealer import certificate. This is a matching numbers example in excellent condition, with the images provided taken at the 3rd annual Dural Men’s Shed Car Show of September 2018.
Originally a black car (DB 040), the current owner restored the vehicle in a period Mercedes colour – Red Metallic (DB 051) with a full bare metal re-spray. The finish is in excellent condition, and all panels on the vehicle appear straight, including the sills and undercarriage. The metallic red brings out the best in the coupe body style, arguably one of the most elegant designs of the 1960s. During the rebuild, all bright-work was restored and body rubbers replaced, and the car is ready to be enjoyed by the next owner/investor.
The full-leather trim has been fully restored and a new woodgrain dashboard fitted. The air-conditioning system was not factory fitted to this particular vehicle, but is a practical upgrade which has been beautifully incorporated. The period radio fascia conceals a modern head unit for convenience, but otherwise the dashboard is to original specification, with the iconic timber work in perfect condition.
Under the hood is the Bosch mechanically fuel injected 6-cylinder engine, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission – advanced systems at a time when carburettors and 3-speed autos were fitted to most competitor vehicles for at least the next decade. The engine and transmission are both the original units, having been regularly serviced and highly maintained, and the engine bay presents beautifully. The current owner confirms the car runs well, with all mechanical systems in top condition.
If you’re looking for a rare Australian delivered Mercedes, this is a great opportunity.
For further information or to inspect the vehicle, please contact Bob by clicking the contact seller button at the top of this page.