This Brock Fairlane was spotted on Ebay Australia in Januiary 2019, and is apparently a Modern Motor Magazine Special Edition. Number 20 of approximately only 26 others made.
Original condition, and clearly in need of some TLC (with several rust spots visible from the images). Has its original two tone paint and factory sunroof, Paratus seats, Brock alloy wheels and steering wheel and instrument cluster.
Ford Brock Falcon S Pack NO 61 - this one spotted on Ebay Australia in January 2019, with no reserve. Has the worked Brck 4.0 litre
Has all the good features: 5 Speed Manual, Paratus Seats, Brock Wheels, Instrument Cluster and body kit. The seller noted that the car has been in storage for the last 5 years, and needs a bit of TLC to get back on the road. Paint needs attention and has small rust bubbles rear wheel arches, bootlid and edge of the bonnet. This is apparently one of only approx 126 made - could make a good investment as one of such as small batch of Brock Fords.
There were only 95 units of Tommy Kaira R based on Skyline R32 GTR made.
Each coming with their own unique plaque, this is TK273 (number "27" / year "3" for 1993).
Production volume info is certified by one of the two Tommy Kaira compagny creator, Yoshikazu Tomita and Kikuo Kaira.
They mostly buy Nissan cars to modify and sold branded by TK, but they use to modify Subaru's, Mercedes & more..
At the time two specs were availible based on R32 GTR : "RL" 300hp & "R" 350hp. From factory it's RB26DETT 280hp.
BG Familia GTR spotted in January 2018, in NZ. This one was asking $9,990 at the time. Looks great with its Oz racing wheels.. At the time the car was offered for sale, the seller noted the following: Conveted every bits and pieces from GT-R to Efini, fully road legal, no certification required. Everything from factory, no modification. Absolutely collector car.
Rare GT-X hatch spotted for sale in NZ in January 2019, asking only $4,500 - but with relatively high mileage. At the time the car was offered, the seller noted the following:
There is rust in the rear hatch as well as the front guards, front doors and a small amount in the engine bay. I am not a mechanic or rust specialist so I do reccomend that you view the vehicle and make your own judgement on this. Interior is near perfect with the only small imperfections such as a tear in the drivers seat and small crack on the dash.
This South African Mini Pick-up project comes with a 1275cc motor and most of the equipment / fittings to complete it. The body is solid but requires some minor work as can be seen in the images. It has all body tags present, but no South African papers.
There were around 58,000 Mini pickups built, which were only sold in a few markets including South Africa. Markets such as Australia never received the factory pickup model, which has since become a desirable alternative.
A great project for someone wanting to do it from scratch. The seller is happy to deal with overseas buyers, and is offering this car together with a MK1 Austin Mini 1000 (restored) and a rare early Mini Pickup project, for $17,500 AUD.
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This Austin Mini 1000 has been nicely restored to original specifications, and would be the perfect car for the MK1 enthusiast who's looking for something that can be driven today. During the restoration process the car was completely stripped down and rebuilt, and now only needs some small refinements to make the car perfect. All the hard work and money has been spent - the car is ready to be enjoyed
The current owner notes that the car is running and has all its South African papers in order. The car has the correct chassis number, and of course the correct 9AK engine prefix for the South African Mini 1000 motor. The seller is also happy to deal with international buyers, and is also offering this car as a package along with a genuine Mini GTS and Mini Pickup, for a total price of $17,500 (Australian dollars).
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Advertised on Trademe NZ in January 2018, this early Gen 2 WRX STI is a rare RA type Spec C - Version 8 Spec-c.This is a hard model to find these days, very quick and in original trim it appears. At the time the car was offered, it was asking $29,000 NZD.
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.