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For Sale: 1978 1275LS.

This is a very rare Australian mini, one of around 800 built, and one of around 400 built in the silver colour.

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This is a very late model Studebaker Daytona Super Sports 2 door sedan, and one of only 1626 Sports Sedans built, and therefore likely one of very few still remaining today. This car was purchased some years ago and according to the owner who was selling it, It was parked in a shed in 1972 on a farm in Portales New Mexico, and lived there until it was sold in 2005. 

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This 1275LS was last for sale in mid 2015, asking $15,000. The car has been restored to near original condition. It is unknown how many 1275 LS’s are still on the road, however, we have managed to collect the details of a decent number of cars on www.classicregister.com. If you have any information about any of the cars we have on this register, or would like to have your 1275 LS put on the register, please get in contact with us. Please do contact us if you know the engine number of this car, so we can update the records on this page.
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A very early 26ft sailing boat built 1923 by Lars Halvorsen in Sydney, Australia. The boat was believed to be initially built for Lars's kids to race around Sydney Harbour. The yacht has been rebuilt and modified by Allan and Matt Smith in Adelaide, and now resides in Port Lincoln, South Australia.

If anyone has additional history or documentation on this boat, please click the "Contact Author" button, and get in touch with us so we can update the boat's profile with all relevant information.

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1937 MG SA Tickford Drophead by Salmons & Sons

Chassis: #SA 1513
Engine: #QPHG1763
Two Tone Burgundy with Black Fenders and Burgundy Leather Interior

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About this LS:

This is a very rare 1275LS mini - unfortunately reduced to just the shell. Many LS cars were parted out in the 90s for their desirable parts, such as 8.4" disc brakes and 1275cc motor. This shell was advertised online in early 2015, and has a fair amount of rust, but would make a great project. Unfortunately, LS engines are very hard to come accross, but it would be great to see the car returned to its original state.

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Rare 1934 Derby Bentley convertible.

This car was last located in the UK, and was last for sale in March 2015.

B142 –CR was delivered to Vanden Plas where it was tested and guaranteed by the Works and delivered to its first owner, C. B. Hignett, in Piccadilly, London, who first registered the car on the 11th of December 1934.

The video's below are not this car, but have been posted to show a few Derby Bentley's.