So this week alone there's a fair number of cars or projects to choose from.
But they will only change hands when a buyer and seller can agree a price based on value for money which is a perception not an absolute.
And that price surely has little to do with what's happening in the Japanese market or the USA market.
Last week yet another Australian 240Z arrived here in the UK (a 1970 built car). Late last year I visited a UK-based business which had no less than three ex-Australian market 240Zs on their premises on that day.
If your cars are priced at a level that makes buying and shipping them to other countries financially viable, they WILL get poached from under your noses. THAT is how what is happening in the rest of the world has something to do with your own domestic market.