Only 75 of these were brought to Australia as part of a small Homologation exercise, and we've written about these as modern classics around 7 years ago - and over that time it seems values have staggeringly increased.
This example is advertised through the Classic Throttle Shop in North Sydney. CHeck out the link here on carsales: https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1994-toyota-celica-gt4-manual-4wd/OAG-AD-18597121/?Cr=0
Up for sale in South Africa is this very original 1275 E, with only 40,000 original kilometres. This car is in excellent original condition, and it would be hard to find another like it. Its burnt orange paint presents extremely well for original 80s paint, and inside it's been hardly used.
Introduced in 1980, the 1275E model was a popular early 80s mini, selling approximately 10,000 units over its production run which ended at the same time as local South African production of the mini ended. Fitted standard with the larger capacity 1275cc engine, producing 42kw, these cars are a comfortable classic ride with plenty of power considering their light weight.
This is an interesting piece of Mini history, and South African motoring history which we hope to see preserved by the next lucky owner.
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Spotted for sale on boatsales.com.au, the 24-foor Maree II was one of several offshore fishing sports boats built by Halvorsen in the early 1960s. This is probably the best example in existance, fully refurbished and now abailable for $94,750. See the link below for further details:
Good to see such an original car - again spotted in NZ where quite a few were imported. The precurser to the Evo, and a very competent rally car, the Galant VR-4 is a real future classic straight out of Group A, and is one of the lesser known alternatives to the big names. This example was spotted on trademe.co.nz and we just had to add it to the register here - a beautifully kept original example with very low km for the age.
If you';ve got a E39 VR-4, sign up and add yours.
Late model example of the GT Four, imported to NZ. These cars were banned from the WRC in 1995 due to an illegal turbo part being used. WHat could have been - perhaps would have seen the WRX and Evo out of business if earlier celica performance was anything to go by... Awesome cars, and very low production numbers globally. If you've got one, please add ybours to the register.
Very cool hardtop Corona advertised on trademe NZ, Not exactly sure of the series, so I have guessed the title, bu it's a 1973 model, with a heap of work done, and at the time it was advertised on Trademe NZ, was asking $30,000 NZD. Not many of these around any more.
This is the info from 2018. I have recently bought this car in 2020. Read further below for more info.
The car is in orriginal condition very good for its age,
since looking up the vin/chassis NO 022D2S1MO923702 This no has appeared in classic magazine,stating you now have 3 of these non performing cars on your regester and they had a chassis number frefix 022D2S1MO9 1977models built in febuary [mine was built in november 1976],
I have been told the number 1 after the S repesents the first of the new model roduced being the 998cc LS model,
Very nice Galkant GTO spotted on trademe NZ in May 2020! AT the time it was offered, the seller had quite a bit of information about the car and noted it was the 6th car imported from Japan by Todd Motors, and was used as a demonstration car by Molyneux Motors Alexandra, then owned by the garage owners wife, then to a elderly Roxburgh gentlemen. then into storage for aprox 12 years. When put back on the road again , the motor was reconditioned, brakes and steering joints done with original parts, 4 new tyres fitted as well.