This identification guide has been produced specifically for the Pontiac GTO of 1967, being one of the most iconic and popular American muscle cars of the late 1960s era. The GTO was based on the Pontiac Tempest of the same model year, but was a distinct model in its own right, and is widely regarded as the most desirable model in the Pontiac muscle car range. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the originality of a genuine 1967 Pontiac GTO, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes, options 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 Pontiac GTO. You too can contribute knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible, so please create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

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This is a very rare wide body AMG 6.0L coupe, which was up for sale on Ebay in November 2015. The was originally a Japanese domestic market model, despite the left hand drive. The following information has been taken from the sellers description when the vehicle was on Ebay: This particular 6.0 Wide-Body was one of 6 similar vehicles completed for Japanese enthusiasts based on a series of orders submitted in the Spring of 1990. These were all ordered and completed at about the same time and based on brand new, fully warranted 1990 560 SEC models.

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This is an interesting mini who's body may not in fact be an LS. The LS ID tag appears to be attached to the shell using aftermarket screws, and there do not appear to be flare backing panels extending down the front mudguard edge, suggesting that the shell may be a standard Leyland mini. Either way, the ID tag is LS, and it makes it onto the register for that reason.

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This is the last 1275LS to be produced, and obviously the highest chassis number known. This car is quite well known, being located at the Birdwood motor museum Australian Motor Museum in South Australia. The car was donated by Leyland at the end of mini production. Unlike the previous ten cars to this one, this car was not actually fitted with a plaque on the dash confirming it was the last made - only the cars sold externally through delaers had these plaques.

This identification guide has been produced specifically for the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) Honda Integra Type R, produced between 1996 and 2001. The JDM version of the Type R Integra is considered particularly desirable due to several unique features, including the vehicles superior performance specifications when compared to international market Integras. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the originality of a JDM Integra Type R, and contains information such as exterior features, interior 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 Type R JDM Integra. You too can contribute knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible, so please create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.

This guide has been produced for the MK1 Morris Cooper S 970cc, built between 1964 and 1965. This car was a special homologation version of the Cooper S produced by BMC in very low numbers, allowing the Cooper S to compete in the under 1000cc racing class. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Morris Mini Cooper S 970, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. 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 MK1 Austin Cooper S 970cc, built between 1964 and 1965. This car was a special homologation version of the Cooper S produced by BMC in very low numbers, allowing the Cooper S to compete in the under 1000cc racing class. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Austin Mini Cooper S 970, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. 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 MK1 Morris Cooper S 1071cc, built between 1963 and 1964. This car was the first Cooper S, and the first to famously succeed in the Monte Carlo Rally among other motorsport events. These cars are particularly rare and sought after today, and identification of an original vehicle can be difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Morris Mini Cooper S 1071, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. 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 MK1 Austin Cooper S 1071cc, built between 1963 and 1964. This car was the first Cooper S, and the first to famously succeed in the Monte Carlo Rally among other motorsport events. These cars are particularly rare and sought after today, and identification of an original vehicle can be difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners in determining the authenticity or originality of a MK1 Austin Mini Cooper S 1071, containing information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers, as well as additional originality criteria. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the 970 Cooper S. 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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Genuine R32 GTR V-Spec, one of only 1453 made in 1993, just prior to the introduction of the V-spec 2, and the end of R32 production..

This has been described as largely original. Factory fitted Brembo brakes.

Power FC D-Jetro with boost controller, running standard tune and stock boost. The turbo's were apparently replaced at 100,000km, along with the Timing belt.

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