Holden Monaro HK-HG V8 - 2019 Market Value

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden Monaro HK-HG V8

The clamour to own a first-series Holden Monaro has diminished and values for the high-profile ‘Bathurst’ cars remain at close to 2017 levels.

The numbers of GTS327 and 350 cars being offered to the market has declined so finding one could mean waiting. Helping fill the gap is a decent supply of smaller-engined V8s including a couple of outstanding HK GTS V8s advertised at around $200,000 and a plain-wrapper Monaro with factory V8 at $100,000.

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More concerning is the number of ‘repowered’ cars in the market at prices approaching the money being sought for genuine ones. These often began life with six-cylinder engines and, while certainly attracting interest, they don’t carry sufficient provenance to justify their $120,000+ pricing.

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HK-HG GTS V8 $136,350 [10]

HK-HG GTS V8 (Non-Orig) $131,250 [10]

HK GTS327 $184,995 [3]

HT GTS350 $230,000 [2]

HG GTS350 $203,750 [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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