Holden 48 215-EK - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden 48 215, FJ, FE, FC, FB, EK

Early Holden values remain strong and relatively consistent. The only concerns are FJ asking prices which have jumped a long distance ahead of 48-215s and the failure of EKs to keep pace with similar FBs. Owners seem very keen to push FJ prices past $50,000; a resolve buoyed by one car that did sell at that level.

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Finding early Holdens in decent but unrestored condition is still possible and these are among the easiest older vehicles to restore. FEs and FCs provide a good compromise between the old-fashioned pre-1956 cars and heavier, slower FB-EK versions. One reason why EKs should be more popular than they are is that these were the first Holdens to be sold with automatic transmission.

48-215 $27,045 [16] 

FJ $38,380 [24] 

FE $26,095 [10] 

FC $32,120 [16]

FB $30,690 [19] 

EK $21,735 [16]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.

 

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