1968 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Coupe with coachwork by HJ Mulliner Park Ward, to give the car it's full title. These cars were built between 1965 and 1971, in which time 568 were produced. From 1971 till about1986 the same body, but with a few more tart ups was produced under the Corniche name. The more common convertible, stayed in production into the 90's.
This S, although not a full matching numbers example, was offered at a fairly reaosnable $12,500 AUD in September 2018. It's hard to find an S of any condition under $15K these days. This one needs a lot of work to get back together, but most of its there and its a genuine Cooper S. Has all numbers matching except for engine block according to the seller Engine block is 9fsay Cooper S Block which is bare. Gearbox housing has no internals twin Carby’s cylinder head complete twin tanks good floors good boot floor, and widened Cooper s wheels and aftermarket widened mudguards.
1980 Ford Escort Sedan which - matching number car. The car has a lot of rust and needs a lot of work, has complete front end just missing 2 lights. All the driveline is there complete 2.0l with single Dellorto and 4 Speed Manual box. The car is originally burnt orange and both id tags are still with it.
Check out the others on te MK2 Escort RS2000 register.
The first XJR on the register - this one located in Melbourne Australia, advertised on carsales in September 2018 asking $55,000 (AUD). At the time of sale, the seller noted the following comments:Last and best of the X100 series this low kilometre 4.2L supercharged XKR has been very well maintained by its previous owner. The car comes with service history including log book, various owner manuals and spare key including valet key.
Another Evo 3 from NZ - they seem to have imported a significant number as private imports there.. This one was advertised on trademe.co.nz in September 2018, asking $23,000.. Looks to be around the average going rate for an early Evo in 2018. Check out the others on our Lancer Evolution III (EVO 3) register.
At the time of sale, the seller noted the following confident comments:
Spotted on trademe.co.nz in Aeptember 2018, asking $19,995. Very Low 97,000kms, Hard To Find In an early Evo under the 100k mark. At the time it was offered, the owner oif this onr noted the following features:
- Brand New Cambelt
- 5 Speed Manual
- Factory 4G63T Motor
- Adjustable Suspension (Certified)
- Immaculate Condition In & Out
- Aftermarket Stereo
- AVS Alarm & Immoboliser w/ Inbuilt Turbo Timer
The first Evolution I on Classic Register. This example was advertised in September 2018 asking $24,000 (NZD). No doubt one of a small batch in NZ and markets outside of Japan, and a great modern classic. This is where the Lancer Evo began (if you ignore the Galant VR4 of course)..
At the time of sale the seller noted the fokllowing comments about the car:
Spotted on trademe.co.nz in September 2018, this one was asking $20,500. Looks to be slightly modified but like most, could be brought back to factory spec for the purists quite easily. Relatively low mileage at 140k km.