Incorrectly advertised as a 1969 model here on Ebay USA is an excellent project opportunity for the Corniche enthusiast. This example needs a fair bit of attention, but has what we consider a reasonable starting point for negotiation at $9,750 (USD), located in Los Angeles.
This is a very straight and clean example of a 1964 Sunbeam Alpine. This comes with the original engine and gearbox (not currently installed with the car) and as you can see is In Reasonable condition for a car of its age. This car has won a number of club based prices and is currently priced at $25,000 AUD.
This GT-S Celica convertible was advertised on Ebay USA in June 2017, with bids only up to $1,950, with 5 hours remaining. The GT-S convertibles were built in conjunction with American Specialty Cars in California, and were originally released in a limited edition of 200 units in 1984. For the 1985 year, a further 4,248 cars were built.
Currently on Ebay USA, this 1987 XJ-S claims to be an original TWR enhanced car, of which only a few hundred are believed to have been produced (prior to the 1988 TWR JaguarSport merger cars). We're quite sceptical of the car being a genuine TWR item, as the wheels are not correct and no additional evidence (outside of the bodykit images) has been provided by the seller.
This 1968 GT500KR is currently advertised as a classified ad on Ebay USA, claiming to be one of seven SAAC documented vehicles, and with an appropriately scary price tag over $200,000 (USD). Considering we’ve seen several others in more original form under this price, we consider this one a bit too steep, but nonetheless a well restored example.
With its well known "coke bottle" front end and its unapologetic american styling this Firebird has gone down as an American classic. This was one of the first cars that was offered the 350 block from GM, a very successful block that would be the basis of american muscle cars for decades to come.
This Particular example has recently been rebuilt and is for sale (mid May 2017) for $49,990 AUD on ebay Australia. You can tell from the pictures that this is in show room condition with its original colour and matching interior. The pictures simply speak for themselves.
With only 108 RHD Drop Head Coupes made by Jaguar this Mk 5 is a very rare car! Produced just after the second world war the Mk5 is considered a very tame car when compared to the types of cars being produced by the company such as the XK120 and the E type series of motorcars.
This car is in show room condition. The paint is in great shape and the vast majority of the interior panels are in very good condition. Cars of this status tend to be looked after and this is no exception to the rule. This car was for sale in Late April 2017 for $100,000 AUD.
This is a great example of an extremely rare Porsche 356A Convertible "D" found on Ebay Australia. The Porsche 356A Convertible D was manufactured for the 1959 model-year only. Easily identified by chrome windshield posts that are bigger and higher than the Speedster, and by the two upper corners making an angle with the top of the chrome frame (rather than the rounded corners of the Speedster).
The Austin 7s have a huge global following, and are a manageable size if you're looking for a vintage project. This one is currently advertised on Ebay Australia, with bids still below $5,000. We've seen running examples sell in the high teens over the last few years, so the price so far is fairly reasonable.