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Used cars for sale online in New Zealand. Sell your car, or find a bargain. NZ Classic Car also gives you advice on buying and selling your car so you can find the best used car for you.

Choose from 21952 cars

Classics - 1970 - 1979

Volkswagen Beetle 1979

CANTERBURY

$16999 »

Triumph Stag 1974

SOUTHLAND

$18400 »

Alfa Romeo Avanzo 1976

AUCKLAND

$42000 »

Triumph Spitfire 1973

MANAWATU WANGANUI

$3500 »

Holden Ute 1979

NORTHLAND

$11500 »

Classics - 1950 - 1959

Morris Minor 1955

AUCKLAND

$1000 »

Austin Healey 100 / 4 1955

HAWKES BAY

$90000 »

Classics - 1980 - 1989

Mitsubishi Fuso 1986

WELLINGTON

$98500 »

Toyota Camry 1983

NELSON

$24990 »

Cadillac D-elegance 1988

AUCKLAND

$22000 »

Classics - 1900 - 1949

Hudson Super 6 1929

CANTERBURY

$20000 »

Chevrolet Sedan 1936

WELLINGTON

$25000 »

Plymouth Deluxe 1947

OTAGO

$59000 »

Chevrolet Cruze Saloon 1936

WELLINGTON

$25000 »

Classics - 1960 - 1969

Toyota 2000gt 1967

AUCKLAND

$1260000 »

Jaguar Mk Ii 1967

CANTERBURY

$10000 »

Mg Mgb 1967

OTAGO

$22000 »

Ford Mustang 1965

NELSON

$39900 »

Advice for buying a classic car

Buying a classic car is never an easy ride, from searching cars for sale sections of websites, magazines (like NZ Classic Car) and newspapers through to negotiating a price, there are so many things to watch out for. Whether it's a newer car that's recently reached classic status, a vintage vehicle, a private car sale or if you're buying from a used car dealer a good rule is to never assume anything and if it's a very cheap car, then be very careful. But like anytime you purchase a used car, if you do your homework and are cautious then you'll end up with an exciting new toy in your garage.

Firstly, do your research, you have probably already found the model of car you love, but find out what engines were offered, if there were any special editions and at what years key updates were made. Once you've been successful in finding an example of the classic car you want, then get in touch with the owner and find out how long they have had the car, if it's only been a short time they could be passing on a lemon. Next, check the ownership and other details at Checka for a full vehicle history report. If it all checks out, then arrange to view the car and inspect it closer.

Read the full story on how to buy a classic car