The first on CLassic Register, this nice example of the rare Australian Ford Landau Coupe (Based on the XA Falcon) was advertised on Ebay in early 2019, asking $62,500 buy it now. The seller noted the car is very well preserved, and other than a few minor paint blemishes is in excellent condition throughout. If you have a Ford Landau, sign-up and add yours to the register so we can preserve the details of these rare Fords!
Spotted on Ebay Australia in early 2019, this is a South African Falcon GT (known as the Fairmont GT over there). These cars were exported as CKD kits to South Africa from Australia, with many having found their way back to Australia since there is such huge GT demand.
At the time the car was advertised, it was asking $85,000. Far less than what you'd pay for a GT-HO and less than an Aus GT, but certainly a more affordable way to get into the GT scene.. The seller noted the following comments at the time it was advertised:
Yellow Club Spec Evo 4 spotted on gumtree in December 2018, at the time asking only $6,500. Relatively high km at 240,000, but has had a rebuilt ]geaerbox, but needs a little bit of work, including a new sump gasket according to the seller at the time.
If you have a WRX club spec, sign up and add youres to the WRX Club Spec Register.
Spotted on Gumtree in late 2018, asking $15K firm. A very rare car and a reasonable price for what will be certainly a future classic. The lower value than usual is due to the car being a CAMS log booked car, imported in 2008 as a Rally/Race Vehicle. I.e., it currently cannot be registered on the road.
This one's a bit of a long story. Advertised on Ebay Australia in late 2018, it's been sitting there for a while with a buy it now price of $10,000.00.
The story goes as follows - (wording taken from the original advertisement which was effectively two cars being sold, a re shell and an original replacement shell):
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.