This South African Mini Pick-up project comes with a 1275cc motor and most of the equipment / fittings to complete it. The body is solid but requires some minor work as can be seen in the images. It has all body tags present, but no South African papers.
There were around 58,000 Mini pickups built, which were only sold in a few markets including South Africa. Markets such as Australia never received the factory pickup model, which has since become a desirable alternative.
A great project for someone wanting to do it from scratch.
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Asking $22,995, advertised on Ebay USA in January 2018, this limited edition Syclone pickup looks to be very well preserved, and is one of a small number now on our GMC Syclone register.
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Advertised on Craigslist Tennessee in October 2017 asking (and we presume this is a mistake) $137,800 USD.. We assume the price was intended to be $13,800. This is one of 1475 built in total, and only 995 in red. This was Shelby's return to rear-wheel drive, and made use of the Dodge Dakota SWB pickup, which then had a 5.2l V8 with throttle body injection installed. The Dakota had several unique features including numbered plaques on the dash. This particular example is numbered 69.
Advertised on Craigslist in October 2017, this GMC Syclone was asking $18,000 (USD). The images provided are not particularly good, but the truck looks to be in reasonable condition for ots age, and has a relatively low 83,000km, with the seller noting the car is in excellent original condition.
This car was the mark of the start of the American pickup era. Over the previous couple of decades since the introduction of the pickup originally by Ford Australia, the pickup became more tame as the typical owner of these vehicles moved to the suburbs. unlike its european counterparts and much like every other American car the size of the F series of pickup trucks became bigger and bigger. This example of a 1956 F100 (Fords entry level pickup) is an example of when Ford was producing more civilised pickups that could fit in an average garage.
Turbocharged pickups from the 90s are a rare find amung the big v8s of the era. The 4.3L 6 cylinder turbo was installed in luei of of a traditional v8 as this was the performance range of GMCs pickups. For its time this car was a very quick car, 0-100 in less than 5.5s and a quarter mile in about 14.1. Like all other Syclones this model only came in the single colour of black.
This is a very rare VS series 2 Manual HSV Maloo uts, only 280 examples of this car were created from June 1996 to August 1997. This is a premium example of this model with only 184,000 kms on the clock and a full service history. This car recently been fitted with New Shocks all round , new springs all round, New Rear Stabilizer bar, new sway bar bushes , new power steering pump, New Air Filter, new A/C clutch assembly and a Brand New Alternator.
This is a great example of a very rare and what is becoming a very vollectible type of vehicle, the series 1 land rover. The iconic front rolling bumpers and the tall canopy are now becoming iconic symbols of british engineering of the in the 1950s. As you can see by the photographs this vehicle is currently in the state of a project car and will need to be lovenly restored from its current state.
Another one on the register - check out the other GMC Cyclones on the register here. This particular truck had started to undergo a full engine/transmission re-build before the owner passed away. The mechanic undertaking the re-build acquired ownership of the car, and was selling it at a discounted price considering the amount of work needed.
In 1991, this was the fastest production pickup available, and it's the first we've added to Classic Register. The 4.3l turbocharged 6-cylinder engine would take you from 0 - 60mph in just 5.3 seconds, with power delivered through a Borg-Warner all wheel drive system, and GM's 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission. Only 2,995 Syclones were ever built, and with such a convincing performance package there is plenty of collector interest.