Holden HQ-WB Utility/Van/One-Tonner - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Holden HQ-WB Utility/Van/One-Tonner

Drive past any Australian building site and you might still see One-Tonner Holdens working as they have done for over 40 years. Difference is, a lot of those One-Tonners have been turned into show ponies with big, chromed engines and flashy paint and this is having an influence on the money available for potential ‘donor’ vehicles. Therefore, even a rough six-cylinder manual with battered alloy tray can now cost $10K or more.

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The same applies to styleside Holden utes which are commonly found with V8 engines, body mods and $20K+ prices. Like the One Tonners, some continue working and cost half that money.

Any factory V8 panel van that survives runs the risk of becoming a Sandman clone and untouched vans are becoming expensive.

HQ-WB Utiilty Six $17,000 [19]

HQ-HZ Utility V8 $27,855 [17]

One-Tonner Six $14,590 [10]

HQ-WB One Tonne V8 $25,300 [37]

HQ-HZ Van V8 $35,780 [12]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Aussie Family & Sports Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #450, March 2021

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