Leyland 1971-83 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Leyland 1971-1983

It will come as no surprise that the smallest passenger models sold by Leyland Australia are today worth more than the biggest.

Due to club and owner diligence, plenty of Leyland P76s remain available and more are uncovered every year. Prices are climbing too, with excellent V8s now selling at $12-15,000 and six-cylinder versions at around $10,000. $15,000 is also the money you might pay for a good Mini Clubman S sedan, with the limited-production LS1275 generally above $20,000.

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Expensive and getting more so are locally-built Mokes and especially late-series Californians with 1275cc engines. Some of these have been sold to overseas tourist resorts and excellent local survivors now reach $30,000.

P76 Six $9375 [4] 

P76 V8 $10,475 [8] 

P76 Targa Florio [N/S]

Moke Californian $24,900 [12] 

Clubman S $14,565 [21]

Mini SS/1275LS $15,500 [4]

[*] = 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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