HSV Clubsport VN-X 1990-2002 - market review 2017-18

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Watch for the revival of interest in these.

HSV Clubsport VN-X 1990-2002

Early VN-VP Clubsports were scarce in the 2017 market, perhaps due to people holding onto cars with some hope of value growth.

VR-VT models did better and asking prices even climbed a little, but none of these 5.0-litre  HSVs are expensive to buy or run and a lot of parts can still be found be on-line or through your local wrecker.

The later 5.7-litre versions at under $15,000 provide cheap entertainment for road or amateur track use.

Now that HSV has built its last Aussie-sourced car there could be revival of interest in the earliest ones.

Should that happen, the cars to hunt down will be the ones that someone bought with an eye to the future, stored to avoid rust and deterioration and drove sparingly.

VN-VP Clubsport $15,335 [3] 

VR-VT Clubsport $22,360 [11]

VTII-VX Clubsport $13,870 [30]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2017-18 Muscle Cars Value Guide.

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