HDT Commodore VC-VN - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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HDT Commodore VC-VN

Unless you count the famous car that managed $2M-plus at auction, VH HDTs are scarce and like VC versions, not matching the money being paid for later HDT products.

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Best performers by far are the VK Group A SS ‘Blue Meanies’ which despite surviving in greater quantities than some other HDTs are the only ones registering sales at around $300,000.

Below $100K is a clutter of models including VC and VH Group 3s, the VK SS and Director and VL-based Calais LE.

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Up to $150,000 will buy a VL Group A with its Polariser in place or a VK Group 3.

The Statesman-based WB Magnum remains ridiculously cheap at less than $50,000.

VC HDT $79,800 [5] 

VH Group 3 $65,000 [1] 

VK SS/Director $73,725 [11]

VK Group 3 $103,215 [7] 

VK Group A $231,400 [5]

VL Group A $126,500 [4] 

VL Calais LE $73,500 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.


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