This is the first Daytona we've spotted on NZ, this one found on trademe.co.nz asking $18,500 in November 2019. Looks solid, however, has a modified engine bay paint job. I think we'd prefer the original Horizon Green metallic paint..The seller at the time noted: The car is basically how it come from the States, faded paint, no hood liner, put a set of 15x6 Cragars on it and drove it.
Original and well preserved Daytona Sedan. This one found on https://mcecars.com/ after it had already sold. Jet Green seems to be a rare colour on the Daytona - this is only the second one weve got on the register. Unsure of mileage or where it ended up. But it looks relatively unaltered, with what appear to be refurbished (or at least clean) mechanicals.
The first on the register, a rare 1990 Mini 30th Anniversary. This one was advertised on Ebay USA in November 2019, asking $10,900 buy it now. Looks in solid condition, with the seller noting the car originally came from Japan.
This customised GTO was advertised on trademe NZ ni November 2019. Interesting modifications - this one has a fuel injected motor setup, and electric windows so u can easily wind all 4 windows down and cruise with the pillerless windows. A bit or rust and scrapes, but looks like its worth spending some money on - wouldnt take much to get it looking great.
This Chairman was advertised in QLD Australia on Gumtree.com.au in November 2019. It was originally advertised as a a 2007 model, but a rego search confirms its a 2005. Low ks, buf not sure how well its been looked after, certainly going cheap asking only $1,000 - no rego at the time it was offered, NOt many of these sold in Australia.. If yiou've got one, sign up and add yours to the register.
This 1954 2-door Customline has been tastefully modified into a hot rod by the current owner, and is in excellent restored condition. This example is fitted with a refurbished 312 cubic inch Ford Y-block engine, mated to a 3 speed column shift manual. The engine runs perfectly, and presents nicely under the custom louvered hood.
Additional modifications include a recessed power antenna, electric door and trunk opener, custom twin exhaust and color coded "Rallye" style wheels with chrome centre caps and dress trims. All interior and exterior trim is in great condition, finished beautifully in a red/black theme. All the hard work has been done, and this nice old school hot rod is ready to enjoy. If you ever needed spare parts or wanted to further the modifications, the Customline is one of the most popular collector rods on the market and your options are endless.
The seller notes they may take a partial trade for a 50's - 60's car, truck or scooter. For any questions, or to arrange an inspection, please call Mike on 703-791-3962, or sign-in to Classic Register and send a message by email. No text messages by phone please.
It's been a while, but finally we've spotted another LS for sale to add to the register! This one was listed on Ebay Australia in November 2019. Looks to be very original, other than the wheels. Must have lost its 8.4 inch disc brakes at some point as it's sitting on 10 inch wheels.
This Humber Super Snipe Mark IV Limousine was manufactured and assembled in the UK in 1953. This is unusual for an Australian Humber as they were usually exported to Australia in a completely knocked down form for assembly at the Rootes factory at Fishermans Bend in Melbourne.
It is believed that this particular car was one of six Humber Super Snipe Limousines that were delivered to Brisbane in January 1954 for the Queens Coronation Tour of Australia. Government archives indicate that these cars were on loan from the manufacturer for the duration of the tour.