Holden Monaro HK-HG V8/GTS327/GTS350 - market review 2017-18

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Huge price jumps have lead to an uncertain market

Holden Monaro HK-HG V8/GTS327/GTS350

What a difference a year can make.

Early in 2016 we saw hardly any GTS327 or 350 Monaros in the market and a top asking prices were $100-120,000.

Then someone turned on the money tap, unleashing frenzied auction bidding and record selling prices [$302,000 for a 327, $310,000 for an HT350] plus several others at $200-250,000.

Can those values be sustained?

The answer depends on the quality of cars and buyer motivation and that?s unknown.

Price pressures of this kind have knock-on effects, so the money being sought for other early Monaros has jumped as well.

Non-authentic cars [most commonly six-cylinder HK-HGs repowered] have been advertised at higher prices than genuine ones so caution is advisable.

HK-HG Monaro GTS V8 $93,500 [2] 

HK-HG V8 (Non-Orig) $98,725 [9]

HK Monaro GTS327 $248,000 [4]

HT Monaro GTS350 $240,715 [7]

HG Monaro GTS350 $220,000 [2]

[*] = number of verified sales.

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

Numbers from our 2017-18 Muscle Cars Value Guide.

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