Holden Commodore SS/Monaro 1989-2008 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden Commodore SS/Monaro 1989-2008

Early Holden Commodore SS models have managed to creep up on almost everyone, except those of course who recognised the potential in these bargain-priced V8s and hid a few away for the future. Recent versions have more power than the VN-VS cars but are also more common and a lot less expensive.

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Moving to the Monaro which returned to Australian roads in 2001, the market is still awash with CV-8s and last-of-the-line CV-8Zs. Spending $20,000 will buy an early V8 in usable condition but buying a pristine ‘survivor’ in a rare colour will quite likely cost double that amount.

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Could they move at the same rate as 1960s-70s versions? Perhaps, but a lot will need to disappear before that happens.

VN/VP SS $25,275 [9]

VR-VT SS $14,700 [11]

VTII-Z SS $11,175 [51]

VE SS 2006-08 $14,950 [84]

Monaro CV-8 $27,265 [37]

Monaro CV8-R $33,825 [7]

Monaro CV-8Z $38,065 [38]

[*] = 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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