This particular example is an enigma though. The seller provides very little information beyond the almost oxymoronic "Tidy car, needs some work". The interior and body work look largely clean, and straight, certainly not in any major need for work. So, since it's got number plates (which owners are supposed to hand in on de-registered cars), I figured I'd check the RMS (Roads and Maritime Services - NSW's DMV). The check reveals the car ran out of rego in June of last year. It also lists the car as a 1966 model, not a 1964.
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Michael is a teenager who's been obsessed with cars since he was able to talk, but has no ability in mechanics whatsoever. His daily driver is a manual transmission Nissan Maxima - the Australian Infiniti I30.