First Mini SS on the register - with only 500 examples built, it's no wonder! This example has been restored in a non-original colour, with its identity confirmed by the VIN plate. The SS had the LS like foglamps, roof mounted antenna, unique striping (different to what is on the car now), and a number of other features. Check out the original advertisement in the last image.
If anyone else out there has a Mini SS, please sign-up and add your car to the Mini SS register here.
Cool little Galant 16L Coupe spotted on trademe.co.nz in September 2018. This example was asking $6,500 no reserve at auction.
See the others on our Mitsubishi Galant Gen 1 hardtop register, which includes the GTOs!
At the time of sale, the seller noted the following about the car:
This MK1 Morris Cooper S is an original South Australian delivered car, and a matching numbers example. The paint colour (Shadow Blue) is the original colour as specified on the vehicle's ID plate - this colour only being available on the Cooper S during 1966 and 1967. The Australian Cooper S register on Ausmini.com notes only 25 examples (confirmed to date) produced in this particular colour, and we've yet to add one to our small MK1 Cooper S Register.
This excellent example is offered for sale by Minisport South Australia. The seller notes this is a very original car, and comes with its sales docket which confirms it first sold through Adelaide Motors on 31 January 1968. The numbers noted on the body tag match the bulkhead stamping, and the original engine which is still in the car. The body number stamping on the radiator shroud correctly reflects 500 less than the car number, with the stamping "M2" over "06" also present.
The car is fitted with MK2 wheel arch flares and aftermarket 10 inch contessa style wheels. Otherwise, the vehicle is very close to its strict factory specification, and checks out in every way as a genuine MK1 Australian Cooper S, an increasingly desirable classic internationally.
To book an inspection or for further information, please contact Andrew by clicking the contact seller button at the top of this page.
Advertised on Ebay Australia in September 2018, this VF Regal 770 is in beautiful condition, and was asking $42,000 buy it now.
In the original advertisement, the seller noted: Car comes with the original owners manual and service book – now updated with a 360ci v8 . The car is Finished in gleaming factory capri blue with white roof with near new condition black interior. It’s completely rust free, professionally restored with a high quality paint job.
The vehicle is laser straight all round with no blemishes to the paint.
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.