R32 Skyline GT-R + Meyers Max beach buggy + HK ute - Auction Action 458

By: Mark Higgins

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Live auctions are on hold but online auctions are pulling a mixed bag of results. Here are some of the highlights

1991 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R

Sold: $91,000
Shannons

This jet silver Skyline GT-R, is the 17th of 100 imported by Nissan Australia and ironically the vendor and fourth owner is the former Holden Motorsport
Manager. It has been in the one family for 21 years and travelled 169,676km since new. It’s sporting a few small dings, kerbed factory alloys, the paint is
worn off the exterior mirrors and is chipped in places adding to its history. The interior could do with a freshen up. But most importantly it has been looked
after mechanically, with receipts to show, along with the owners-manual.

 

 

1969 Meyers Manx Beach Buggy

Sold: $35,000
Shannons

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The Brainchild of Californian Bruce Meyers it shortened a Beetle floorpan to make a high-riding off-roader, using VW mechanicals. This one has a certified
Meyers Manx Australian bodyshell. The clock shows 7500kms and it has recently been retrimmed, had the shocks replaced, work done on the 1500cc VW engine and gearbox. Fun motoring with a capital F.

 

1968 Holden HK Kingswood ute

Sold: $50,000
Shannons

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Kingswood utes were rare, even in 1968, and this one has the 186ci six. It has undergone a full resto and repaint in its original Pinnaroo Beige. The Buckskin
beige interior has also been refurbed and NOS heater and glovebox lid fitted. There is a rear window venetian blind and factory windscreen sun visor. It has
its original wheels with hubcaps and showing 97,155 miles at time of sale.

 

 

1985 Ford RS200

Passed in: A$318,000
Bring a Trailer

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Ford built this special for the blindingly quick Group B rallying era. The stratospheric power and speeds led to many deaths and the short-lived era was
banned. The RS200 has a mid-mounted turbo 1.8lt four, five-speed gearbox and all-wheel drive via three diffs. The intercooler is roof mounted, twin coilover
suspension is mounted on each corner and the is body fibreglass. Brave pills are mandatory.

 

From Unique Cars #458, Oct 2021

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