HSV Clubsport/Maloo VN-E - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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HSV Clubsport/Maloo VN-E market review 2020

Early Clubsports remain explicably scarce [fewer than 1000 VN-VPs were made] and inexplicably cheap. These cars now cost around the same as a basic SS Commodore, although they do remain ahead of VR-Z versions.

Pick of these cars for frequent use would be a VTII-Z model with the 5.7 or 6.0-litre imported V8s, uprated trim, transmission and wheel/tyre packages. In the same price bracket you might also find HSV oddities such as the VP Sport wagon (48 produced) and equally rare six-cylinder Nitron.

Maloo utilities took years to generate buyer interest and slow sales have ensured that anything pre-VU is scarce.

Values are slowly climbing though and $35,000 is possible for an excellent pre-1999 Maloo.

VN-VP Clubsport $30,000 [3]

VR-VT Clubsport $25,845 [10]

VTII-Z Clubsport $21,865 [35]

Clubsport E 2006-08 $35,690 [18]

VG-VS Maloo $25,525 [4]

VU-Y Maloo $29,665 [8]

Z Maloo $41,830 [9]

Maloo E 2006-08 $39,895 [11]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

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

| 2019 Market Review: HSV Clubsport VN-VE 1990-2008

 

From Unique Cars #447, Decembe 2020

 

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