Advertised on Ebay.com.au in May 2018, this late model 320ce is a high mileage example, but a rare late model with the 3.2 engine which you see very few of. Still looks to be holding up relatively well for its age and mileage, as you'd expect from the W124 merc. Look forward to seeing a few more of these 320CE coupes and convertibles added to the register.
This amazing example of the James Young Coupe was available on ebay.com USA in March 2019, with a starting bid of $100,000.00.
At the time this example was offered, the seller noted it was a fully original condition example with a breathtaking 20,800 miles from only 3 owners. The last owner being a collector having caretaken her for more than 20 years.
Rare 1965 Studebaer Commander 2-door, this one fitted with the Chevy 6-cylinder in one of our favourite colours, Tahitian Turquoise. Would look amazing with the Daytona style vinyl roof and a few more accessories, but looks to be in excellent condition with very low mileage. The original trim looks excellent. The seller at the time noted that the car had absolutely NO rust..
This Falcon coupe has been restored and modified by the current owner who confirmed they completely dismantled and reassembled the vehicle after purchasing it in 2015. Work included rust rapair, new paint, a complete retrim and a full rebuild of the original 289 V8 engine. The seller has retained all of the original documentation with the car, and this is included in the sale. This is an excellent example of one of the final Falcons available in the USA (other than the 1970 1/2).
The car is located in Mexico, and as such we have not had the opportunity to thoroughly inspect the car. However, the images speak for themselves and the car is in excellent condition, and would suit a buyer looking for a slightly modified example of these Beautiful Falcon coupes. The seller is happy to assist with arrangements for shipping of the vehicle overseas, including making arrangements to export the car to Australia where they are an increasingly popular car.
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Spotted for sale on craigslist in February 2019 - this Daytona hardtop looks to be a rust free example ready for paint and re-assembly. Not often you see the body and floor so clean. A bit of work to do bit it looks like a lot of the difficult bits are done.
Quite a few on the register now. Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona register.
Another Daytona convertible spotted for sale in 2019 - this oe located in Iowa. At the time of sale, the seller noted it was a dry Arizona car. The power convertible top is very nice and functioning as it should. New styled wheels and tires, new exhaust and muffler, this is a turnkey car ready to be shown or just driven and enjoyed.
Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona Convertible register.
Spotted in an old blog post, we grabbed the details of this Daytona for the register - might have been advertised around 2010 on Ebay or similar. Looks rough, but an original hardtop Daytona is hard to pass up. At the time it was offered, the seller noted it was running, but not driveable. 259 CID 2 BBL V8 with 3 Speed Manual Trans on the tree(column) with factory overdrive. Needs BODYWORK. Trunk floor. Left(Drivers) Front Fender(New OEM Included). Outer Rocker panels(NEW Included) on both sides and minor floor work near the rockers.
This one was spotted on classiccars.com advertised in January 2018 asking $8,500. It appears that it could be a genuine Studebaker Daytona Sports Sedan of 1965 - repainted in an aftermarket lavender, but otherwise looks to be very original. The vinyl roof has obviously been removed - which may have just saved the car from rust! Would love to see it brought back to an original colour and the vybly roof reinstated of course.
Studebaker Daytona hartop spotted for sale in NY - this one has very low mileage and appears to be in excellent condition. Apparently pulled from 15 years storage in October 2017. 3 of the original Bias Ply tires remain. The 4th had been replaced and unable to be located.
Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona hardtop register.