This solid example was advertised around 2015 in USA, and onlt the 5th MS series Toyota Crown Coupe on our register. It was advertised as a barn find at the time from an estate, and was last registered in 1983 - so has had very little use overall. It has its original 2.6 4M streight 6, power steering, power antenna, and original radio. The best of Japanese luxury at the time.
Another Australian Clubman GT found advertised in NZ - only 200 were exported there. Surprising that we've seen quite a few survivors. This one is a project car clearly, but everything is there and some serious work has already begun. Importantly the car comes with its disc brakes and correctlt prefixed 1206 engine.
At the time this one was advertised it was asking starting bids of $9,000 NZD plus, with a buy it now price of $11,000.
This one has been sitting on trademe NZ for a while, a great looking example of the 1200 in Orange - The seller at the time didn't clarify but it appears to have been fully restored to original spec. This one the first 1200 on classic register by the look of it. If anyone has a classic 1200 (particualarly a SSS) we'd love to seee it - sign up and add your car :)
The last of the Studebakers, this is an excellent opportunity to purchase one of only 620 V-8 Daytona Sports Sedans built for the 1966 year. Manufactured in the Hamilton Ontario plant, this particular car is believed to be the last Studebaker sold new in South Dakota - where it still resides today. This would make an ideal collector piece for the late model Studebaker enthusiast, with little work required to get the car back on the road or into show condition.
This one is a true time capsule, having spent the last 40 years in storage, and is described by the current owner as all original. As a result, the car has an exceptionally low 15,383 miles on the clock, and is even fitted with its original tyres. There have been several beautifully restored and preserved examples of the 1966 Studebaker come up for sale in recent years, but it's uncommon to find one with such low mileage in what is already a small pool of vehicles remaining.
The body is in great shape, with only the paint on the hood and trunk lid suffering from surface rust during the car's time in storage. The original Niagra Blue Mist paint is otherwise in excellent condition, and there's no structural rust to speak of. The original black vinyl roof is also in great shape for the car's age.
Inside, the vehicle was optioned with black vinyl (one of only 3 trim colours available in 1966) which would clean up well. The revised 1966 trim and accessories are all in excellent condition and everything is where it should be. The car has the optional centre console fitted between the front bucket seats, and a period airconditioning system could easily be fitted if desired (this was optional on the 66 Daytona).
We hope this well preserved example finds an enthusiast to protect this piece of history, and get it back on the road where it can be enjoyed. If you'd like to inspect the vehicle or have any questions, contact Mark by clicking the contact seller button at the top of this page.
This 6-cylinder XJC was advertised on Ebay USA in October 2018, asking $14,500 - prices of these are ar bargain levels in what we expect will be very valuable Jags in future. This particular example needs restoration, but looks relatively solid with the seller stating it was restored in 2003 and has been garaged since.
Ckeck out the others on the XJC register.
A beautiful example of the rare daimler badged XJC. Very good value considering the low production numbers. This one was advertised on Trademe nz in October 2018 asking $24,000 NZD. The seller at the time noted: Prior to my ownership it was owned by an Engineer for 17 years. He had his own business and did lots of work on the vehicle. I have attached some of the spiel I got from him when I purchased the car, obviously I have continued with the upkeep including a new power steering unit and recent service and tune up
This LHD 560sec was advertised in New Zealand asking only $14,000 with relatively low mileage - still, you would wonder whether it was worth paying a little extra for a higher spec locally delivered car. In any event, we thought we'd add this interesting example to the register. Looks to be very original, and has the cloth trim which is not so common on the 560s - especially to see in export markets.
Take a look at the others on thye Mercedes 560SEC register.