This vehicle is 2nd owner with 4000kms on it has only been driven to be serviced. This is car 15 of 20 made its in Showroom condition still has the original tyres. Always been garaged and covered has the factory S3 Sprintex supercharger which was changed by Mitsubishi later to S5 for recall. Car is as it left factory. It’s a collectors car not a daily driver. Also have all paperwork and memorabilia on vehicle from purchase including gifts and brochures, letters from Mitsubishi. Also certificate of Authenticity.
Spotted on Ebay in early 2019 asking $5,500 AUD. This SWB caught our attention as it's fitted with factory leather seats which are very rarely seen. It's the second factory leather car from 1995/96 which also has the fakje woodgrain trim fitted to the dash, which makes us think it could be a dealer option on the luxury pack?
Spotted on Ebay in December 2018, this well used example of the W124 convertible was asking $17,900 at the time of offering, and is the most desirable late 320 series (although the slightly earlier 300CE convertibles are probably a little more desirable these days. If you have one, please sign-up and add yours to the register. Check out the others on the W124 Mercedes convertible register.
This Car is number 16 of 20 special vehicles built by TMR an independent outfit owned by motorsport veteran Alan Heaphy
Eighteen TMR380s went to dealers, McEniry bought one for Mitsubishi and Heaphy kept 001 for himself
TMR's 6G75 3.8-litre V6 employ a Sprintex S3/335 supercharger, running a modest 6.5psi boost. Power and torque claims are the same - 230kW at 5250rpm and 442Nm at 4000rpm
It is sitting on chrome-finish ROH Flare 19x8-inch alloys, two 60mm chromed exhaust outlets protruding from cut-outs.
Another spotted, being sold as part of a large collection in November 2018. This is apparently the very last Brock B8 Fairmont Ghia built, being Build Number 121. The seller noted few comments at the time of sale, other than confirming the car was optioned with a sunroof and leather. This one was asking $15,000 and looks to be the worst of those being sold as part of teh collection (a fairly reasonable price compared to some other asking prices you see around these days).
Great looking two-tone 260C - this one was spotted on trademe.co.nz in November 2018. Naturally, the coupes are the most desitable, but this is a great looking car. Several modifications were noted as having been undertaken, including being lowered 2 inches and having HQ springs in the front. A few little rust spots that need tidying up but overall it's in great condition.
This Brock B8 Falcon S was advertised along with several other Brock Falcons as part of a collection in November 2018. AN amazing opportunity for the Brock Ford enthusiast to grab a few cars - or perhaps for a museum to pick them up. This one had 185,000km on the click at the time of sale (and asking $19,500).
We've been able to collect the details of a few Brock Falcons over the years - take a look at the others on the Brock Ford register here,