Another spotted, being sold as part of a large collection in November 2018. This is apparently the very last Brock B8 Fairmont Ghia built, being Build Number 121. The seller noted few comments at the time of sale, other than confirming the car was optioned with a sunroof and leather. This one was asking $15,000 and looks to be the worst of those being sold as part of teh collection (a fairly reasonable price compared to some other asking prices you see around these days).
Great looking two-tone 260C - this one was spotted on trademe.co.nz in November 2018. Naturally, the coupes are the most desitable, but this is a great looking car. Several modifications were noted as having been undertaken, including being lowered 2 inches and having HQ springs in the front. A few little rust spots that need tidying up but overall it's in great condition.
This Brock B8 Falcon S was advertised along with several other Brock Falcons as part of a collection in November 2018. AN amazing opportunity for the Brock Ford enthusiast to grab a few cars - or perhaps for a museum to pick them up. This one had 185,000km on the click at the time of sale (and asking $19,500).
We've been able to collect the details of a few Brock Falcons over the years - take a look at the others on the Brock Ford register here,
This Brock B8 Falcon SE was advertised on Gumtree Australia, and was advertised as part of a collection with a number of other Brock Fords. This particular car is build number 7 of only 7 SE's built. The seller at the time noted the car had only 53,000km on the clock, and they were only the second owner. Supposedly, the car was originally owned by Brock's mechanic. Check out the others on the Brock Ford Register.
A matching number Australian spec RS2000 4-door - this one offered in November 2018 asking $25,000, in good condition overall. The birnt orange paint work is good other than a 2 small rust spot on top of rear quarter panel. The car has been unregistered for approximately 5 years, and the seller notes it was a automatic (converted to manual).
A very original example of the NZ spec 1275 GT in its original Brazilian Bronze paint. This one was asking $8,700 on trademe NZ in October 2018. Looks to be a relatively easy restoration project at a reasonable price assuming it's still on the road.
The first oine on Classic Register - spotted on Yahoo auctions in Japan asking $99,900 Yen. This was indeed a strange car, modified by tuning company AMG, providing mainly styling improvements to the Mitsubishi Debonair sedan in addition to the trim which was also referred to a British styling house.
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Green Senator 185i - relatively high mileage for a car like this, but seems in decent condition. This one was spotted for sale in NZ in 2018 asking $12,500 NZD. Fitted with the lower spec 185i engine, it's a cheap way to get into a modern HSV which will surely become more collectible in the coming two decades.
If you have a 90s HSV, please add yours to the register so we can keep track of all those still out there
There are images on this website of a Mini LS on a stand at a motor show. This is believed to be the vehicle on the stand at the Melbourne Motor Show in March 1977. The original owner was a mini enthusiast and is believed to have purchased the car at the show. The full history of this car is known from new and the daughter of the original owner still lives in the town where this car spent most if it's life. She has seen the restored car.