This Crown coupe was spotted on trademe NZ in February 2018 - being sold along with a sedan of the same era. These so rarely come up it's quite a treat when they do. A great shape with the best looking bumpers of the 1970s.

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At the time of sale, the seller noted the following:

Everything is working including the original factory radio. Unfortunately the electric aerial is broken but the electric aerial motor still works. 
Sold new in CHCH, owned by father and son. We are the 3rd known owner as far as we are aware. 

Needs a tune and has a hole in the exhaust. 3 stage automatic. Supporting paperwork for work done on the coupe over the many years by the previous owner. Some receipts you will see in the photos. Some rust around wheel archers and bumpers to be expected for a vehicle of this age. Registration has lapsed and is no longer a registered vehicle. We have the original ownership papers as per photo. 

Vehicle details

Vehicle Location: Country: 
New Zealand
Location: 
Helensville Auckland
Engine Number: 
4M0012395
Build date: 
built in Not available 1973
Current Mileage/Kilometers: 
Unknown
Paint Colour/Code: 
Carnival Red (Code: 335)
Interior Colour/Code: 
Burgundy vinyl
Chassis Number: 
00####
Transmission: 
Automatic (floor shift / T bar)
Other ID/Number: 
N/A
Body Type: 
Coupe
Current Owner: 
Unknown
Engine Fuel Type: 
Petrol (4 stroke)
Condition: 
Restored

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Comments

sheepers_3261's picture

i own this car now and the sedan.

im restoring the sedan as we speak and i plan to sell it. 

the coupe will get a full restoration in the near future.

if you check out oldschool.co.nz and search "sheepers ms65" and "sheepers ms75" youll fnd them.

ive also got a MS51 that i built a few years ago which can be seen on "http://www.speedhunters.com/2016/03/crowning-around-slammed-1960s-toyota/"

cheers.

sheepers