Holden Monaro GTS HQ-HZ - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden Monaro GTS HQ-HZ

Holden HQ-HZ Monaros (aka GTS) are climbing in value and bringing cars that haven’t been seen for decades onto the market. Just make sure the one you might be considering is genuine.

Most valuable and obvious as targets for fraudsters is the GTS350 which needs special attention.

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Plenty of 4.2-litre Monaros in years past had their engines ‘upgraded’ for no other reason than a 5.0-litre was easier to find. Now their owners might lose out on concerns over authenticity.

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Excellent two-door HQs have pushed prices above $100,000 and are dragging sedans into the $60,000 bracket as well.

The GTS350 as noted is only for the brave, but don’t ignore the Premier-based LS which can cost 30 per cent less than a GTS with the same engine.

HQ-HZ Monaro/GTS Sedan $70,000 [18]

HQ-HJ Coupe $112,565 [16]

Monaro HQ-HJ GTS350 $217,500 [2]

HQ-HJ LS V8 $84,875 [4]

[*] = 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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