This identification guide has been produced for the Datsun 2000 (Fairlady) Roadster, built between 1968 and 1970. The 2000 Roadster represents the highest specification roadster produced by Datsun, and is highly desirable and generally demands a price premium above its 1600 counterpart. Accurate identification of an original vehicle is important and this guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a 2000 Fairlady Roadster, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 2000 Fairlady Roadster. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This identification guide has been produced for the Datsun 2000 (Fairlady) Roadster, built in 1967 (known as the "1967 ½"). This Fairlady 2000 represents the highest specification roadster produced by Datsun, demanding higher prices than its counterparts. Accurate identification of an original 1967 ½ is important, and this guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a 2000 Fairlady Roadster, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 1967 ½ Fairlady Roadster. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

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This is one of just two 1948 4 door convertible Humber Pullman cars produced for the 1954 Royal Tour of Australia, with bodies built by H. J. Mulliner. Images of the Pullman convertible during the tour are attached. It is understood that the twin car to this has been fully restored, whilst this car was found left in a paddock for many years, until being aquired around 2010 for restoration. The convertible humbers were used amongst other Humbers including hard tops and a laundelette.

This identification guide has been written for the 1275cc Leyland Mini Moke Californian, built between 1978 and 1982. These late model Mokes are high spec models, with a better engine, brake and body package than earlier versions and have a strong following. Based on the standard Moke, the 1275 Californian cars generally demand higher prices, and this guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining a vehicles authenticity. This guide contains information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 1275 Californian. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

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Rare 1934 Derby Bentley convertible.

This car was last located in the UK, and was last for sale in March 2015.

B142 –CR was delivered to Vanden Plas where it was tested and guaranteed by the Works and delivered to its first owner, C. B. Hignett, in Piccadilly, London, who first registered the car on the 11th of December 1934.

The video's below are not this car, but have been posted to show a few Derby Bentley's.

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This car was for sale in December 2014, price undisclosed. The Original registration was PP 8794. The car has undergone a complete restoration, with an interesting history having belonged to several important British drivers as Elaine Drake and Peter Glover. These CGSS boat tail racers are extremely rare now, and any additional details on the car would be appreciated.

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This rare Daytona Convertible was added to the register in 2014. We've since found the same car advertised in Fabruary 2017 on Ebay USA, and updated its details and images. just 1 of approximately 703 total manufactured, we're not surprised to have run into the same car again. There are very few survivors around, and at the time this car was advertised there was also another 1964 model online which we've also added to the register.

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This Austin Seven was recently for sale in early 2014, and was reportedly owned by a Mr. Helliwell for over 20 years prior to this sale.