This 1600 MGA has recently been fully restored including a back to bare metal respray and a full mechanical overhaul. This is sprayed in the origional Red it left the facotry with, and as seen in the photos is absolutly immaculate. This car also has 94,000 origional kms even though it has recently been rebuilt but still very low kms on the chassis. These cars were relatively affordable when sold in the 1960s but are becoming more of a collectors item as fewer survive the test of time.
This car claims to be on of the first Supercharged V8 Bullet cars, however, we're a bit confused as on the Bullet website, the first pre-production cars were supposedly produced from 2000 - 2002, and prior to that, had a Rover V8 engine. Anyhow, looking at the images, the car appears to be the real deal, with the full Supercharged Lexus V8. Perhaps they just got the date wrong.
Here's something a little out of the ordinary, advertised for a while now on Carsales for $69,000 (AUD). The Bullet company used the legendary Mazda MX5 as the base for its high performance Roadster SS, being the first low production Aussie built sports car to achieve full Australian Design Rules compliance.
This vehicle has recently had a mechanical overhaul with a new timing chain, reconditioned gearbox, new tyres and a few new minor adjustments. These are becoming more rare and finding one in good mechanical working order is very hard especially in Australia where they are less prominent. This particular example is currently for sale for $5200 AUD (with the reserve price not met on ebay). This Mk2 Sprite has 94,000kms on the clock and (as seen by the photos) a very clean straight body.
An early E-type under restoration near Albuquerque, New Mexico. The car was found by the current owner in Albuquerque, on the old Route 66. It had been in storage in for many years and was overgrown with tall weeds. It's almost rust free, which is very unusual for any early E-type. There is a small rusted through area beneath the gas tank, where the "horsehair" insulation pad sat under the tank.
Another super-rare Studebaker Daytona convertible added to Classic Register. One of only 703 examples built, and the last year of the convertibles before the company shut its doors in 1966. This particular car is offered in Houston, Texas through Gateway Classic Cars, with a price tag of US $29,995.
Built from 1995 - 1996, this final edition XJS known as the "Celebration" was the last iteration of the XJS model which had been introduced all the way back in 1976, and was designated to celebrate the 60th year of the Jaguar company. Although styling at the car's introduction was controversial, a 21 year production run and relatively strong sales demonstrate it was well ahead of its time, and we certainly think it looks better with every year.
Said to be the first E36 Baur to arrive in the United States, this super-rare 4-door laundelette is one of 311 cars built by the famous Baur coachbuilders, who offered the conversion through until 1996. Baur had worked with BMW since the 1930s, offering similar services to what Karmann did for Volkswagon, and the Baur name is one associated with very high quality, and the company has been used by many other auto brands to create convertible concepts and production vehicles.
This is a spectacular example of a well kept 80s gem, This particular example of Mercedes' 560SL Features a Red interior along with the iconic Champane Silver paint colour. The photos speak for themselves with an all round pristene finish on both the interior and the exterior.
This 560SL features 198,000kms, which for its age of 30 years is not as much as it seems. The engine still runs great and this car has a full service and log book history.