Another Daytona hardtop found on the Studebaker forum. The owner in 2016 (located Minnesota) noted the following about the car:
64V-6357, I purchased near Detroit, MI back in 2006 through Ebay. I rented a car dolly out there from a U-haul and towed it home.
Looks to have been restored to original-looking condition back in the 1980s (though the concealed body work was pop-riveted sheet steel covered in heavy undercoating), but I don't know its history. Currently torn apart in my garage for body work. 259 with column shift automatic, light blue vinyl & cloth interior.
Spotted on a Daytona register forum, this one was located in Andover in December 2006 - let us know if you know any update on the whereabouts of this one. Interestingly, this one was fitted with the R1/Powershift option.
Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona register.
Spotted on craigslist in August 2018 asking $3,500 USD. Nice original Complete 1965 Studebaker Daytona 2 door. The body is super straight as you can see in the photos and overall a pretty nice car (for its age), other than a bit of rust in teh usual spots. As you can see there is one rust spot below the vinyl top but its not bad at all. The vinyl top looks brand new and it appears to be incredibly solid underneath.
This example was added to the Studebaker forum register in 2016 - we believe it's located in Australia, since the poster's location was there.. They noted they haven't got the Purchase Order for this car yet but it appears to be 289, column auto., maybe was moonlight silver & red trim originally.
If anyone has the original PO for this cark or further history - please get in touch!
1967 Morris Mini Cooper S MK1 - Genuine Australia assembled Cooper S. Sold new in Albany Creek in Queensland. This example was advertised on Gumtree Australia in August 2018, asking $52,000 (AUD). We presume it's got its original engine at that price. The seller noted that the motor was rebuilt some 5000km ago, and the car was brought to Tasmania in 2015.
This original Cooper S shell was advertised on Ebay Australia in August 2018, asking $4,000 as a starting bid. The seller noted the following comments at the time of sale:
11/1970, approx 95% complete, no motor or gearbox, body has been sandblasted. Rust in floors, sills, front foot wells, seat crossmember, RH A panel, bottom of companion boxes and other areas. Boot floor and rear beaver been replaced, roof also replaced (was dented), doors and bootlid quite good, bonnet OK. Comes with most rust replacement panels. Car requires full restoration.
Found online in August 2017, however, the advertisement was originally from June 2017 (advertised on Ebay Australia), this would make an awesome project - the MX22 Corona MKII Hardtop. Lots of work needed to get this back to its former glory (particularly the rusty sills), but worth it given the low numbers (particularly in Aus).
Check out the others on the Toyota Mark II Classic Corona Register.
The second white example on our Chevy Cosworth Vega Register. This example was advertised on Ebay in August 2018, asking $16,900 buy it now. At the time of advertising, there were 6 other Vega Cosworths up for sale on Craigslist, so it seems they are plentiful in supply for the time being, and it's probably a good time to buy.