Holden HQ-HZ Monaro/GTS/Sandman - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden HQ-HZ Monaro/GTS/Sandman market review 2020

Lots of action has been occurring amongst 1970s Monaros and related models so hopefully sales have been surging along with prices.

HQ-HJ GTS coupes and Premier-based LS versions are hard to find at less than $80,000 and some cars with Aussie-made V8s might reach $150,000. That will likely leave genuine 350-engined HQs at somewhere beyond $200K but as yet no confirmed sales at that level.

HQ-HZ GTS sedans are steady at $55-65,000 with growing numbers of cars in the market. One derivative that’s looking less affordable as each month passes is the Sandman panel van. These only a few years back were scratching to reach $50,000 but one sold at auction for $75,000 and owners responded by pushing prices beyond $100,000.

HQ-HZ Monaro/GTS Sedan $61,865 [16]

HQ-HJ GTS/V8 Coupe $139,390 [9]

Monaro HQ-HJ GTS350 $140-215k [N/S]

Monaro HQ-HJ LS $100,985 [7]

HX LE $113,335 [3]

Sandman HJ-HZ V8 Van $125,990 [4]

Sandman HJ-HZ V8 Utility $60,000 [1]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

| 2019 Market Review: Holden Monaro GTS HQ-HZ 

 

From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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