Spotted in February 2019 - another rare XR8 Sprint from 1004 added to the register. This onw was asking $18,900 at the time. Notably the quickest Australian Ford in its day - quicker than the GT, having the same engine but a lot less weight. This example has a few modifications, including the body kit, and what looks to be modified front seat trim.
Check out the other examples on the Ford Falcon ED XR8 Sprint register.
Lots of GTOs spotted recently, but never seen one this nice! Less than 1000km according to the original advertisement, and looks stock as a rock. Restored to its original colour (was painted silver at some point), and it has had some rust repairs according to the seller at the time it was advertised. A bit of other work also done - t, new front screen, brake booster reconditioned, new clutch, wiring sorted out, front seats recovered, new carpets etc.
Spotted on Yahoo auctions in February 2019, asking 550,000 JPY. Looks to be a complete car, but if the hood is anything to go by, there'd be a lot of rust throughout.. Not many of these GTOs around, nice to see one still together.
This Galant GTO shell was spotted on Yaho JP auctions in February 2019. Hopefully someone can put it back together, presuming the rust isnt too bad! Not many of these around, and only a few come up every couple of months in Japan - hugely desireable around the world now, and a nice alternative to the more common Datsun 240Zs.
If you have one, sign up and add your car to the register. Check out the others on the Mitsubishi Galant GTO GSR register.
Spotted on an old auction website copart.com (already sold), this 1964 Studebaker commander looks like it could do with some attention - plenty of surface rust, we hope someone was able to salvage what's left of it. Looks to be originally painted "Horizon Green" with matching trim.
If you've got a 64 model, add yours to the 1964 Studebaker Daytona register.
Spotted on Ebay in January 2018, this rare TAFT F20 appears largely original - and fairly rust free. Most of them we see have hardly any panel left! A classic SAB 4X4, ready for a tough challenge, these cars are an interesting and rare alternative to the early Suzuki Sierras and other small Jeeps. If you have one, sign up and add yours to the 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.
Check out the other examples on the Chrysler / Mitsubishi Scorpion register.
Spotted on trademe NZ in January 2019, this one was asking $90,000 NZD - had a fair bot of work done but still in need of some TLC.
At the time of sale, the seller made the following comments: Genuine M635Csi coupe – the greatest evolution of the ‘shark nose”. Only 524 made in RHD. Engine evolved from the M88 engine in the iconic M1. If you are reading this – you probably know the story.
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.
Check out the others on the Mitsubishi Galant GTO coupe register.