This identification guide has been written for the Subaru WRX STI (Version 6), produced between 1999 and 2000. Based on the standard WRX and very similar mechanically to the Version 5 STI, these cars are particularly desirable due to their superior performance over many other models, and also represent the final 'classic' shape WRX STI. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers, enthusiasts, or existing vehicle owners in determining a vehicles authenticity, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, mechanical features, paint colours / codes and information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating an information hub for the Version 6 WRX STI. Please contribute your knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible. Create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.
Similar to the 1964 Studebaker Daytona Sedan we have listed on classicregister.com, this is the coupe version. I am undure if the white paint is an original colour, nor whether the interior is original, so anyone with further information on this car, please contact us. Unlike the 1965 cars, the 64 Daytona was the last to have the Studebaker V8 engine.
The last time the cars was for sale, the seller confirmed the car was rust free and runs very well. Although not confirmed, It appears to have been fully restored at some point.
This is an early series 1964 model Studebaker Daytona Sedan, Built in October 1963, but sold as a 1964 model. This model followed the design changes from the previous generation Studebaker Lark Daytona, having a far more square / modern design. The Studebaker Daytona 4 door sedan was sold alongside a 2 door sedan (coupe), convertible and Wagonaire. This car would be one of very few remaining today, condidering the slow down in studebaker production at the time, as well as the fact that the Daytona was essentially a limited edition / top of the line model.
This is a fully restored 1934 Austin 7 RP Box Saloon. There are very few of these models around, as the popularity of the Austin 7 significantly reduced during the early 1930's, and are less popular among collectors than their 1920's counterparts today. These cars are however increasing in value, and given their rarity, it is likely that this will continue for some time.
This Mk1 RS Cosworth has been set up for classic competion rally, and was recently available for sale on Bonhams Auctions website.
This is a very r are RS2000 MK1 Escort. For more informatoin about confirming the originality of a MK1 RS2000 Escort and additoinal information, see the attached links to both the RS2000 and RS1600 buyers guides provided by Classic Register:
This is a very rare mini 998 LS. The 998 LS was introduced as the successor to the mini S and SS, and was considered a top spec model. The 998 LS in some ways was more equipped than the 1275 LS, with items such as grille mounted foglights standard (whilst these features were optional on the 1275 LS.