1971 Hakosuka Skyline KGC10 SOLD for $92,700 landed
AE86 Sprinter prices are starting to move steadily upwards after remaining fairly stable between $10,000 to $20,000 landed for the last couple of years.
A general price range for the better examples is now from about $15,000 to $25,000 landed.
With weekly enquiries for them increasing and the exchange rate popping back up over 80 Yen to the dollar, it might be a good idea to consider your plans if you have your eye on one of these classics.
In the last 12 months some other classic cars have more than doubled in price.
We’ve just listed up 6 fresh AE86 Sprinter examples from the last 3 months of auctions with Australian landed prices.
It takes time and effort to source the best AE86’s. Most have had past repair and repaint at some point, and condition varies widely. We inspect all vehicles in person to confirm the true condition, which is absolutely essential to know what you’re buying.
Here’s an example 1987 Toyota Sprinter GT APEX Trueno that we sourced recently together with auction pictures and client testimonial.
To research past prices further you can browse 3 months of past Japan Auction Sales for any model on our Auctions page.
This allows you to see what has sold in Japan over that time and the actual sale prices. If you need assistance to work out the total import costs to your State please contact us.
Our Past Client Inspections page is filled with examples of vehicles we have inspected for clients. You can browse actual pictures taken at auction and see the service we provide.
We only source the best vehicles with genuine kms. Read about our Genuine Mileage Promise.