Spotted on trademe NZ in November 2018 asking $15,000. Looks to be a good solid example of an original Corona hardtop. 42,900 genuine kilometers. This car really has to be seen to be appreciated. The owner noted upholstery and carpets are unmarked and it has its original rubber floor mats. It also has the rare National cockpit stereo from new.
Check out the others on the T130 Toyota Corona register.
Spotted in 2018, this SSS 200B looks to be in complete condition, and mostly original. Would make a great project - spotten on facebook marketplace in November 2018 asking only $4,400 AUD. Not many of the SSS coupes are still around and we think they're going to take off in the next decade.
Check out the others on the Datsun 200B SSS register.
I'm looking for a Leyland Mini 1275 LS in good original condition. It does not have to be perfect, but preferably minimal rust, original engine (with correct prefix) and not heavily modified. The car needs to be running.
I'm located in the Blue Mountains NSW, and will consider all cars in Sydney, the mountains or surrounds. In terms of budget, around $12,500 is what I expect to pay. I'm not fussed which colour (Nugget Gold or Hi-Ho Silver).
If you have a car available somewhere in that budget and in the vicinity described, please get in touch by logging in and clicking the contact button above.
I look forward to hearing from people. Adam.
Another coupe spotted - this one asking $44,990. Likely a dealer car as that's the highest price we've seen in Australia to date. Looks to be in fairly good condition (some tearing on teh driver's seat bolster the only real issue)..
Check out the other examples on the Mark II Ford Escort RS2000 Register.
1 of 33 Canadian Export cars - This Mk2 LoCort is particularly rare. First, it was built in the first month of production for the Mk2 Cortina Lotus versions (March 1967), so it has many holdover parts from the Mk1 LoCort including: 3-rail gearbox, Lotus on both banks of the valve covers, Lotus badges on rear quarter panels, plus rare gauge pod on the dash. All of these features went away in Fall 1967 with the Mk2 Series 1b version of the LoCort. Second, it's color is rare (Alpina Green) as most Cortina Lotus cars were Ermine White.
This one has been advertised for quite some time - asking $14,000 AUD. Looks to be in excellent condition, and closeish to original (a few modifications have been made). Good to get another 998 LS on the register - it's been a while since one has come up!
Check out the others on the Mini LS Register.
A matching number Australian spec RS2000 4-door - this one offered in November 2018 asking $25,000, in good condition overall. The birnt orange paint work is good other than a 2 small rust spot on top of rear quarter panel. The car has been unregistered for approximately 5 years, and the seller notes it was a automatic (converted to manual).
A solid example of the 242 GT - this one a 1980 model with the front end changed over with 264 parts. This example was offered for sale in October 2018, asking $8,500 - with the seller noting the car is a one owner example.. Interestingly it has a Holden Commodore V6 3.8 ltr from a VN installed, with an auto transmission (this is an engine based on the GM Buick block).
We spoke to the seller of this little survivor just before it sold. Just holding onto life, and certainly worth restoring, this GT was sold as a shell excluding the motor (which the seller was using in another project). This wasn't so much of an issue given that the motor in the car was not a genuine GT unit..
Otherwise, everything appears to be in place! Twin tanks, 7.5 inch brakes - it was asking $4K at the time (not sure what it actually sold for though). This only lasted a day online before it was snapped up..