The last of the REAL Mercedes coupes. This CL500 presents in excellent condition, and was advertised on Trademe.co.nz in May 2019. The C140 ran from the early 1990s, and as far as we're concerned are the best of the coupes Merc built, and now are available at some very low prices. We expect to see prices of the S500 / CL500 cars increase significantly over the next decade as they are a very low production coupe by modern standards.
Spotted on Ebay Australia in May 2019 - must be the only Chrysler LeBaron Town and Country Convertible in Australia, or at most one of a handful, given there were only around 1,100 built. This example is in excellent condition, has air conditioning, power steering and power windows, upholstery and interior show almost no wear. Power top still works. This is something a little different which you don't ever see down under.. An interesting collector car if you're into 80s American vehicles. I think this is the first one on Classicregister.com!
Spotted this example on ebay.com.au in May 2019. It looks to be in excellent original condition, with the factory paint and trim nearly perfect, and fairly low mileage (160,000km) - very low for the cars age. Most we see have 250,000km and over on the clock. The W124 coupes are one of the best looking and quality cars Merc built, but at this time (2019), and for the past 5 years at least, they have struggled to pull more than 10K AUD.
A rare 320CE spotted on Ebay in 2019. This is the last of the 6-cylinder W124 coupes, one of the best cars Merc ever built. This particular car is an Australian delivered example, with reasonable mileage for its age. The seller noted at the time that the AC needed re-gassing, and rego had just expired.
If you've got a 300CE, sign-up and add yours so we can track the history of these great cars.
Located in Japan, this is one of the rare Evo Pajeros which was built as a homologation special to compete in the Dakar rally. This example was advertised on www.japanesecartrade.com in APril 2019. Looks to be in good condition, with low ks (75,000 on the clock). These cars are exceptionally rare and offer a sports SWB SUV like no other brand provided at the time. Mitsubishi's racing history and success at Dakar is very impressive, and it was the SWBs that led the charge.
An Australian delivered example of the C36 AMG, this one with decent mileage at 330,000km. We spotted this car advertised on carsales.com.au in April 2019, asking $15,000. At the time. there were a couple of other examples on sale at around the same value, indicating these early C class AMG cars are starting to get into the affordable classic category. If you've got an early AMG, sign up and add yours to the register so we can track the history of these rare early AMG cars.
This BE-1, a somewhat limited edition (10,000 built) Japanese hatch was advertised on japanesecartrade.com in April 2019, asking only $1,980 USD. Looks like this is a good time to buy, with landed cars in placed like Australia already asking under $5K. A cool looking Mini immitatio, with a similar carby 1.0l 4 cylinder engine. Full roll back sunroof, and the retro design continues inside. The cars do look a lot better witha set of minilite wheels / Watanabe's or similar.
This one was advertised on Ebay Australia in April 2019. Looks to be finished in single tone "Deep Blue", and the owner at the time noted it was an Australian (Sydney) delivered car. This car has the earlier 12-valve straight 6, which still puts out reasonable power (particularly for its time).