LHD (believed to be a US import), asking $65,000 in January 2017. This 1981 corniche is one of few in Australia, and represents reasonable value for what it is. If you have a corniche - add it to the register. Follow us on Facebook for more interesting cars found for sale from around the world.
A nice project Austin Seven special on offer in New Zealand, asking $7,000 in December 2017. Originally restored in the early 1980’s, we had many happy years Motoring throughout New Zealand with the VCC and Austin Reg, but time came a few years later to re design and re restore her to add a fold down soft top and Aluminium guards (they are ready to attach) The V windscreen was removed ready for a flat screen. Hood bows were made in readiness. Old photo shows original restoration.
A nice clean example of the Datsun 1500 roadster, asking $18,000 on Ebay Australia in December 2017. If you have one, please sign-up and add yours to the register, so we can preserve the details of these rare Datsuns into the future.
XJS Celebration edition advertised on Ebay USA in December 2017, asking $15,000. One of the most Beautiful Jags ever produced - a classic shape with all the comforts of a modern sports car. Endless style. Add your celebration edition to Classic Register.
This 998cc Californian Moke was advertised on Gumtree Australia in October 2017, asking $15,000 (AUD). In our opinion, far over-priced for the condition, and considering it's not the 1275cc Californian (so lacks the additoinal power, and features such as front disc brakes). Nonetheless, an interesting unrestored example of the 998cc Californian, adding to the list of Moke Californians on Classic Register :).
Advertised on Ebay USA in Octber 2017, asking $9,995, this is one of less than 4,500 convertibles produced for the 3rd generation Celica. This was the final series of Celica built in the rear wheel drive format, but the first offered as factory-backed convertible, with Toyota contracting American Specialty Cars of California to undertake conversions to the Coupes. The bodies were pre-strengthened in the Toyota factory in Japan, before being shipped to the US for the ASC conversion process.
The series 3 Jaguar stemmed from a long line of performance based cruisers. The Series 3 made a big impact on the motoring world as this was the first time they introduced a V12 to the line up. This was a big upgrade from the 4.2L block of the series 2. The series 3 E type is the more collectable series because of this 12 cylinder engine but much credit needs to still go to the series 1 as it had the classic early 1960s english styling, These two series see higher prices as they are more collectable than the Series 2.