Green Senator 185i - relatively high mileage for a car like this, but seems in decent condition. This one was spotted for sale in NZ in 2018 asking $12,500 NZD. Fitted with the lower spec 185i engine, it's a cheap way to get into a modern HSV which will surely become more collectible in the coming two decades.
If you have a 90s HSV, please add yours to the register so we can keep track of all those still out there
There are images on this website of a Mini LS on a stand at a motor show. This is believed to be the vehicle on the stand at the Melbourne Motor Show in March 1977. The original owner was a mini enthusiast and is believed to have purchased the car at the show. The full history of this car is known from new and the daughter of the original owner still lives in the town where this car spent most if it's life. She has seen the restored car.
Another Australian Clubman GT found advertised in NZ - only 200 were exported there. Surprising that we've seen quite a few survivors. This one is a project car clearly, but everything is there and some serious work has already begun. Importantly the car comes with its disc brakes and correctlt prefixed 1206 engine.
At the time this one was advertised it was asking starting bids of $9,000 NZD plus, with a buy it now price of $11,000.
This one has been sitting on trademe NZ for a while, a great looking example of the 1200 in Orange - The seller at the time didn't clarify but it appears to have been fully restored to original spec. This one the first 1200 on classic register by the look of it. If anyone has a classic 1200 (particualarly a SSS) we'd love to seee it - sign up and add your car :)
This 6-cylinder XJC was advertised on Ebay USA in October 2018, asking $14,500 - prices of these are ar bargain levels in what we expect will be very valuable Jags in future. This particular example needs restoration, but looks relatively solid with the seller stating it was restored in 2003 and has been garaged since.
Ckeck out the others on the XJC register.
998cc moke - this nice example was located up north in NT, looks to be in excellent condition. An excellent NT cruiser. Not a californian but has the Californian bumpers front and rear. The seller at the time noted the car has its original “Yellow Devil” Paint. Everything works on this amazing little car which is in excellent condition mechanically and body-wise. Not a californian, but a nice car.
This beautifully kept 1989 TWR enhanced XJS was advertised on carsales in October 2018. The car is one of those built just after the jaguarsport merger - as opposed to the pre-88 cars which had a few small differences compared to the later cars. There are not many genuine vehicles around, but this appears to be the real thing.