This very smart Opel for sale in Norway is lowered with adjustable dampers and looks great on chrome BBS wheels (not included in the price!). It has an original Irmscher front spoiler and a very clean looking engine bay.
Sweet looking 242 for sale in Norway, complete with a 230FK Volvo Turbo engine conversion. Gearbox, brakes, bushes, suspension etc have all been uprated, to a high standard using only Volvo parts. Gotta love these 2-door bricks!
This Rolls was built for the King of Morocco by famed Swiss designer Franco Sbarro. It was used by the royal family as a hunting car, in particular hunting with falcons. The windscreen folds down electronically, there is a hand rail along the back and the interior is orange leather with blue piping. The roof looks awful but there would not be a lot of use for that while hunting in Morocco! The price is suitably crazy and the market for this must be tiny, but it’s still a lot of fun!
Make the most of it because you probably won’t see another Marina on PistonJuice! But this one caught our eye as it’s a retro finished Ute that was manufactured locally in Australia. The wheels, paint and front fogs lend it a cool retro vibe to our eyes. It’s been painted Suzuki Plazma yellow and the engine has been completely gone through as has the interior. This is an auction, so the price listed is the start price.
For auction in NZ with a starting bid of $15,000 NZ (£7750) is this 3 owner Chrysler Valiant, in great shape with cool period rims.
The first owner gave it to his son when he reached his 80s, then it passed to the current owner. It’s a 6 cylinder 2.5litre car with only 33,000km (20,500 miles) on the clock. Check out that wild 70’s interior!
Great Saab survivor with only 1800km (1118 miles) on the clock, from a private collection. All fluids, gaskets, water pump and clutch replaced. Fantastic 70’s interior and a confident price of CHF 22,500 (£14,650).
Today we are looking at some super low mileage survivors – first is this 1977 International Scout II with only 4,329 miles on the clock in Canada.
This 2 owner cars is described as in completely original, factory condition and has been a show winner in Canada. It has all the original documents including the original sales receipt, window sticker, owners manuals and warranty book.
Julien’s Auction House of Beverly Hills in California has just completed a sale of Burt Reynolds memorabilia sold by the man himself to raise a little cash.
As it turned out Burt walked away with a total haul of $2.5 million before auction fees, helped massively by the sale of this 1977 black Trans Am.
Burt famously drove an identical car in the now iconic movie ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ and was estimated pre-auction to sell for between $60k and $80k. When the hammer finally fell the car sold for a whooping $450,000!
The incredible thing is this actual car was never seen on screen, and was in fact used by Burt on the movies US promotional tour and subsequently presented to Reynolds afterwards.
This red jacket worn in the sequel to the original film was also sold for $34,375, way above estimate – one can only hope the same buyer bought both items and is as we speak east bound and down, burning rubber and taunting Smokies as he goes!