Spotted on trademe.co.nz in April 2019. This unaltered original example of the Galant coupe has a little bit of rust in the body and panels, but it's fairly limited and would make an easy project. Great looking cars and a cheaper way to get close to a GTO coupe. If you've got one of these classic Mitso's, sign up and add yours to the register. Check out the others on the register below.
Spotted this one in early 2019. In excellent original condition, with only 145,000 on the clock at the time. No mods other than head unit and Nardi steering wheel. Still has factory exhaust and intake! First one I have ever seen.
The Vr4 Evo 0 has the following features:
Looks original on the outside, but this Galant VR-4 has had a lot of mechanical work.. The car was imported to NZ about 10,000km ago.
The photos are just a selection of the completely documented build of the vehicle and they speak volumes about the quality of the parts selection and the level of the work performed.
Dyne Tuned to 230kw (310hp) and 405nm (300ft/lb). Add a larger intercooler and a set of 272 cams and this build will deliver well into the 300kw range.
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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:
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.
Another nice example of the Chummy - this one offered for sale in New Zealand, spotted in February 2019 asking $15,995. Not a lot of work required to get this one in top shape, the seller at the time noting it was off the road for 28 years many of which were in a Museum and has been garaged all its life. All weather fittings including a hood envelope. It is the first of the ignition coil model with the chrome radiator surround.
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!
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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.
Lots of GTOs spotted recently, but never seen one this nice! Less than 1000km according to the original advertisement, and looks stock as a rock. Restored to its original colour (was painted silver at some point), and it has had some rust repairs according to the seller at the time it was advertised. A bit of other work also done - t, new front screen, brake booster reconditioned, new clutch, wiring sorted out, front seats recovered, new carpets etc.