Best buys in club cars - what's your pick?

By: Unique Cars magazine

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What would you spend your hard-earned on?

Best buys in club cars - what's your pick?
Ford Laser TX3 4WD Turbo is a great drive and is now eligible for club plates.

Let's for a minute pretend you're in the market for a weekend toy, something that can be put on club plates. 

Across most of the country, that means it has to be 30 years old, so built no later than 1988.

And you have $30,000 to spend.

What would you buy? There is in fact a huge range of good gear out there and we've asked out in-house experts to put on their thinking gear.

Here's a rough list of what they've come up with so far.

So, what would you buy? Drop us a line at uniquecars@bauertrader.com.au

Locals

Chrysler VJ Valiant

Ford Galaxie sedan (local assembly) 65

Ford Laser TX3 4WD Turbo first gen

Ford XC Falcon

Ford ZF-ZG Fairlane – 1972-76

Holden Gemini coupe TG/ZZZ

Holden HZ Kingswood

Holden VK Calais

Holden VL Calais

Holden WB Statesman Caprice

Leyland P76 Super V8 4-speed

Japan

Honda CRX first gen

Mazda 323 Familia 4WD turbo

Mitsubishi Starion

Nissan Skyline R31 Silhouette – 1986-88

Nissan Skyline Series 1 SVD

Toyota Corolla AE82 Twin Cam – 1986-88

USA

Buick Skylark 65

Chevrolet Corvette C3 - 1968-82

Corvette 1988

Ford Fairlane 500 Hardtop 2-door (66)

Europe

Alfa Romeo 2000 Spyder

BMW E24

BMW E30 318i – (late) 1988

BMW E30 325iS

Jaguar XJ6 Series 1 4.2

Mercedes-Benz SL350 71

Peugeot 205 GTi

Renault 16

 

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