A very well preserved example of the Australian JB Starion Turbo. WIth only 167,000km, this makes for a great club car. However, at the time of offering (July 2018), this example was asking $55,000 - a huge amount, certainly the highest we've seen asking for a Starion.
The second Evo Zero (offered in the same advertisement as the red GSR Turbo EX here) - the first Lancer Turbo built, but in rear wheel drive. This example was advertised in New Zealand in JUly 2018, asking $6,500. Needs a lot of work to have it looking good, but it looks like it's mostly there, and importantly it appers to be a genuine Lancer EX GSR Intercooled Turbo.
So few of these come up, but really they're the Evo Zero - the first Lancer Turbo built, but in rear wheel drive. This example was advertised in New Zealand in JUly 2018, asking $6,500. Needs a lot of work to have it looking good, but it looks like it's mostly there, and importantly it appers to be a genuine Lancer EX GSR Intercooled Turbo.
At the time of sale, the seller noted that two of the cars were imported a couple of years back with the intention of using them as race donor cars.
It's been a while since we've seen a good original Californian 1275 up for sale. This one came up on Gumtree in July 2018, asking $15,950, and appears to be in mostly original condition.
The seller at the time noted: This Moke has a Galvanised body and a newly replaced floor. It is rust free. $2200 spent in recent service - refreshing brakes / bushes etc. Invoice available.
This Moke is a genuine unmolested example. It is in good condition. It has the canvas sides, heavy duty bash plate, spare bonnet and a new steering wheel.
Another GTO from New Zealand - looks in fairly good order other than the front seats (noting the faded paint is an intended style, as noted by the seller). This one was advertised on trademe.co.nz in July 2018, with a starting bid of $11,000 NZD.
Take a look at the others on the Mitsubishi Gen 1 Galant GTO Register.
This nice examplle of the Martini Edition Porsche 924 was advertised on Ebay Australia in July 2018. Original paint, old and in only fair condition with very little to NO signs of any rust. Few chips and imperfections etc of paintwork but for a 1977 is quite presentable. Starts immediately, sounds and drives great. Always kept registered and driving, despite no long service history has been well maintained
This nice example was advertised on Trdeme.co.nz in July 2018, asking $8,800 NZD. Looks to be a relatively original and well preserved example. According to the seller, a fair bit of work was done to the car by the ower before them, but looks like the interior could do with a slight tidy up.
Check out the others on the Mini 1275GT register.
This GTO has had a tough life! With a lot of owners in its history and (from what it appeared) a bit of abuse along the way. it’s come afar from sitting in sheds and various paddocks for 10 or so years, which is how I found it in 2015. Purchased the car for $2500 and set upon the restoration. I painted the car myself as an apprentice refinisher. 3 years later the car is (relatively) complete with a few touches missing (chrome sill strips, graphic, rear badges) but these are all in various states of repair or I’m still trying to find them!