Studebaker Daytona hartop spotted for sale in NY - this one has very low mileage and appears to be in excellent condition. Apparently pulled from 15 years storage in October 2017. 3 of the original Bias Ply tires remain. The 4th had been replaced and unable to be located.
Check out the others on the 1964 Studebaker Daytona hardtop register.
This is an Australian spec Chrysler Scorpion, that was apparently imported to NZ in the early 2000s. Looks to be in immaculate condition and only has 32,000 original Ks. This one was spotted on Trademe NZ in January 2019, asking $15,000.
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Great looking GTO spotetd on trademe NZ asking $29,000 in January 2019. Body and engine fully restored, with silent shaft removed, shortened chain, professionally done.
Reconditioned Engine at 43415 now at 45953.
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Very Original 1973 16L Galant Coupe, spotted on Trademe NZ in January 2018. The seller at the time noted it had all original paint and trim. Only 59000 miles. Original ownership papers etc. Been in shed storage for last 12 years. Have collected a few parts for it over the years, factory twin carbs and air cleaner, bumper ends.
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BG Familia GTR spotted in January 2018, in NZ. This one was asking $9,990 at the time. Looks great with its Oz racing wheels.. At the time the car was offered for sale, the seller noted the following: Conveted every bits and pieces from GT-R to Efini, fully road legal, no certification required. Everything from factory, no modification. Absolutely collector car.
Rare GT-X hatch spotted for sale in NZ in January 2019, asking only $4,500 - but with relatively high mileage. At the time the car was offered, the seller noted the following:
There is rust in the rear hatch as well as the front guards, front doors and a small amount in the engine bay. I am not a mechanic or rust specialist so I do reccomend that you view the vehicle and make your own judgement on this. Interior is near perfect with the only small imperfections such as a tear in the drivers seat and small crack on the dash.
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. The seller is happy to deal with overseas buyers, and is offering this car together with a MK1 Austin Mini 1000 (restored) and a rare early Mini Pickup project, for $17,500 AUD.
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This Austin Mini 1000 has been nicely restored to original specifications, and would be the perfect car for the MK1 enthusiast who's looking for something that can be driven today. During the restoration process the car was completely stripped down and rebuilt, and now only needs some small refinements to make the car perfect. All the hard work and money has been spent - the car is ready to be enjoyed
The current owner notes that the car is running and has all its South African papers in order. The car has the correct chassis number, and of course the correct 9AK engine prefix for the South African Mini 1000 motor. The seller is also happy to deal with international buyers, and is also offering this car as a package along with a genuine Mini GTS and Mini Pickup, for a total price of $17,500 (Australian dollars).
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