1980 Rolls Royce Corniche Coupe Australian Delivered (Last year of the coupes made). It has full service history, all the books and drives incredibly well. Air conditioning is icy cold and all electrics work. It has factory refrigeration in the back to cool your wines and drinks, and there is also a decanter in the passenger side for your scotch and crystal goblets (all Factory specs). Colour is Golden Sand.
A nice example of a Sunrise Pearl 2001 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible with only 26,839 on the odometer. This example was advertised on beverlyhillscarclubcom. Beige leather trim with burgundy piping and a burgundy canvas soft top makes a great contrast. Check out the others on the 2001 Rolls Royce Corniche register.
Only the second example of the 2000 model on our Corniche Drophead Coupe register. This particular car was first supposedly delivered to Scottsdale, Arizona. At the time the car was advertised it was described as an extraordinarily crisp example of an increasingly difficult to secure model. Finished Arctica White with Oatmeal hides (piped with Autumn Tan to compliment the roof).
This Car is number 16 of 20 special vehicles built by TMR an independent outfit owned by motorsport veteran Alan Heaphy
Eighteen TMR380s went to dealers, McEniry bought one for Mitsubishi and Heaphy kept 001 for himself
TMR's 6G75 3.8-litre V6 employ a Sprintex S3/335 supercharger, running a modest 6.5psi boost. Power and torque claims are the same - 230kW at 5250rpm and 442Nm at 4000rpm
It is sitting on chrome-finish ROH Flare 19x8-inch alloys, two 60mm chromed exhaust outlets protruding from cut-outs.
One of only 384 built, this has to be one of the most desirable Rolls Royce vehicles built in the modern era. This design took over from the beautiful Shadow based Corniche, which was built in far higher numbers. Hoping to get a few more of these amazing 2000 - 2001 Corniche's on the register. If you have one, please sign up and add yours.
Spotted in 2018, this SSS 200B looks to be in complete condition, and mostly original. Would make a great project - spotten on facebook marketplace in November 2018 asking only $4,400 AUD. Not many of the SSS coupes are still around and we think they're going to take off in the next decade.
Check out the others on the Datsun 200B SSS register.
This HSV GTS is from the first month of production, built on the 30th September 1992 and number 24 of 130. It marks the beginning of the resurgence of Australian cars, the names GTS and GT returned after decades in the doldrums. This is a true "survivor" car which has been maintaned but not restored as it doesn't need it. It still has it's original paint, 308 4 bolt, Black Group A motor and mechanicals, Bilstien and K-mac suspension and importantly never been pranged and drives like a HSV from the era.
This is a limited edition Nugget Gold Mustang - one of only 481 built (th eintention was to build 525 but they came short). Believed to be the only one in New Zealand, the car was fully restorfed in NZ. It's a matching numbers car, restored to original factory specifications. If you have one, please add yours to the register!
Another spotted, being sold as part of a large collection in November 2018. This is apparently the very last Brock B8 Fairmont Ghia built, being Build Number 121. The seller noted few comments at the time of sale, other than confirming the car was optioned with a sunroof and leather. This one was asking $15,000 and looks to be the worst of those being sold as part of teh collection (a fairly reasonable price compared to some other asking prices you see around these days).