We’ve found some poster-worthy cars on the Trade Unique Cars website to interest you.
If you happen to have a pile of cash sitting in the bank waiting to be spent, perhaps one of these five examples will help inspire a future purchase.
1972 E-Type Jaguar Roadster Series 3 - $195,000
There’s something special about an E-Type Jaguar. Enzo Ferrari named it the most beautiful car in the world.
This particular example seems ‘not a bad deal’ at $195,000, considering many on the market ask for a price around $300k or more.
This car sports a 5-speed manual gearbox, a lovely V12 engine and painted in bright red. Perfect.
2012 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series - $169,990
Featuring the glorious 6.2-litre atmo V8 that we all know and love, this Barolo Red C63 is up for grabs for a still-significant amount of $169,990.
The Black Series featured a more powerful 380kW/620Nm engine, AMG sport suspension, a black rear diffuser, AMG performance steering wheel and red seat belts.
This 2 door, automatic coupe is now a much sought-after car as the new C63 no longer features a naturally aspirated V8.
1973 Lotus Super Seven - $20,000
This car would be so much fun for $20,000. This British ‘go-kart’ is fitted with a 1600cc Kent 4-cylinder engine.
The Lotus Seven range features several different engines and power outputs, but this version is probably the cheapest way to experience the thrill of an open-wheeled sportscar.
MOTOR Feature: Melbourne to Winton and back in a Caterham Seven
It’d likely be a great car for a Sunday cruise or a thrash on a local racetrack.
2015 Maserati Gran Turismo S - $178,990
Who doesn’t love a naturally-aspirated Ferrari V8? This Maserati features a heart sourced from Maranello, a glorious 4.7-litre V8.
With an addictive soundtrack and all the creature comforts you won’t find in a Ferrari, the Gran Turismo S would be a fantastic Italian daily if well cared-for.
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 - $98,000
If you want the quintessential American muscle car, the Ford Mustang Mach 1 is a good place to start.
This ‘Grabber Green’ example has been lovingly restored and now features a big-cam 7-litre V8, a twin-plate clutch and a 4-speed manual transmission – the ultimate cruise machine?