This GT-S Celica convertible was advertised on Ebay USA in June 2017, with bids only up to $1,950, with 5 hours remaining. The GT-S convertibles were built in conjunction with American Specialty Cars in California, and were originally released in a limited edition of 200 units in 1984. For the 1985 year, a further 4,248 cars were built.
This great example was offered on Ebay USA in June 2017, with the seller confirming it was sold new in Atlanta, Georgia in 1969, and has been in the Atlanta area ever since. The car was purchased by the seller 12 years ago, and it has been well maintained since, having been kept in a dry warehouse.
An expensive paint job was done to the car 10 years ago and looks brilliant. Other than the paint work, the seller confirms the car is all-original, and runs very well.
This poor 250SE (currently advertised here on Ebay USA in Florida) is in dire need of someone's help. Sadly, the engine and transmission are also missing from the car, so this auction will provide an interesting test case for what a rolling shell in very poor condition is worth.
This very rare RHD Mercedes Grosser Pullman went up for auction on Ebay Australia in May 2017, and we believe passed in at auction with reserve not met. The seller noted that some parts may be missing but essentially it's a complete vehicle, ready for restoration.
The Plymouth Road Runner is the almost forgotten muscle car of the American automotive hay days (1960s - 1970s) when compared to the likes of Ford's Mustang, Chevy SS and Camaro. The Road Runner featured larger displacement sized when compared to its counterparts from Detroit with the entry level block size being the 383 cu inch (6.3L) V8. The motor for its time was ahead of the pack with its power output being 250KW and a massive 576Nm of torque to top it off.
Turbocharged pickups from the 90s are a rare find amung the big v8s of the era. The 4.3L 6 cylinder turbo was installed in luei of of a traditional v8 as this was the performance range of GMCs pickups. For its time this car was a very quick car, 0-100 in less than 5.5s and a quarter mile in about 14.1. Like all other Syclones this model only came in the single colour of black.
This is a 1969 Mach 1 mustang M code with factory 3 speed Automatic, all matching numbers this car is a true survivor. It does have some add ons such as power steering but this car is fairly mechanically A1 as the motor recently had a rebuild. This car somes with the origional factory sprayed Wimbelton White! You can see from the pictures this classic is in need for some TLC and a restore. This Mach 1 was for sale mid march for $49,000 AUD.