This LS was for sale in 2014/15, and has undergone a bare metal restoration. The car has been completely stripped back (originally was nugget Gold), and repainted in a ford orange.
Other than the paint colour change, the car is largely original. Its a shame the colour was not kept original, but anyway, it makes for an interesting looking 1275LS. Engine was also fitted with a webber carby (stock should be a 1.5" SU carby.
Amazing condition - hopefully finds a buyer soon. If anyone finds out who buys the car, let me know so we can get some further details.
We have had this LS since around 2005, after finding it for sale on a Mosman street in Sydney. It has had a large amount of work done to it prior to our purchase, and thankfully has been restored in its original Hi-Ho silver colour. A few other chromed bits and pieces in the engine bay, and extra painted parts too (they went with a bright blue theme on accessories). The car had hotwire mags, which have now been replaced by the original LS wheels.
This 998LS was on Ebay, January 2014. The car appears to be completely original, other than its white paint. The blue 998LS cars were the most common of the 998 LS's, followed by those produced in gold, silver and green which were produced in late 77/78 in lead up to the release of the 1275 LS.
This car was for sale in December 2014, price undisclosed. The Original registration was PP 8794. The car has undergone a complete restoration, with an interesting history having belonged to several important British drivers as Elaine Drake and Peter Glover. These CGSS boat tail racers are extremely rare now, and any additional details on the car would be appreciated.
This is a 1991 Series 1 Pulsar GTiR. These cars are becoming increasingly rare, with many enthusiasts having modified the cars well beyond original specifications, and many of the cars being written off and parted out given their tendency to fall into the hands of thrill seekers. There were approximately 15,000 GTIR's built in their various forms, most of which are in Japan, but slowly making their way to other right hand drive shores such as Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
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.