HDT Commodore VC-VL - 2017-18 market review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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HDT Commodore VC-VL

Just as occurred during the 2006 ‘boom’, the money being sought for VK Group A ‘Blue Meanie’ Brocks is heading for $200,000, while other HDT prices remain pretty sensible.

VH Group 3s look undervalued but our sample was small and quality VHs should match the money being asked for VCs.

A one-off VC was offered at $60,000, others ambitiously at $100K and above. At least one has achieved in excess of $100k.

Cheapest of the HDTs have traditionally been the VK SS and Group 3 which can be found at $50-60,000.

Throw in the VL Calais Turbo as well. VL SS ‘Polariser’ cars are up in price but aren’t moving at anywhere near the pace of VK versions.

VC HDT $74,675 [13] 

VH Group 3 $48,750 [4] 

VK SS/GP3 $55,500 [5]

VK Group A $185,000 [3] 

VL Group A $94,750 [6]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2017-18 Muscle Cars Value Guide.

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