1970 Holden HT Premier – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

Matching numbers, all original and fully restored turnkey package

1970 Holden HT Premier – Today’s Tempter
1970 Holden HT Premier – Today’s Tempter

The HT Holden, produced from 1969 to 1970, birthed an expansive range of vehicles for every need.

Available body styles included sedans, wagons, vans and utes; as well as Broughams and of course, the Monaro!

 Engine options were similarly expansive with straight-six options spanning from 169ci to 186ci – with a 130ci for export models. As for V8s, options included; a 253ci, two versions of the 5.0lt (a 397 and 308) and a 350.

Transmission options were either a three- or four-speed manual, or a two-speed PowerGlide auto.

The automatic 1970 HT Premier here boasts its original and factory-specified 186 six-cylinder.

The seller claims the car has been fully restored and is all original and numbers matching.

"Everything has either been reconditioned or replaced new".

Reportedly, all of the running gear has been reconditioned, on top of a brand new interior and paint, undertaken six years ago.

The car originally came from South Australia, and comes with all original books.

The Platinum Duco presents incredibly well and the car is hard to fault both outside and in.

What you see here looks to be a comprehensive top-to-bottom restoration that’s ready to cruise at the turn of a key.

The car is based in Victoria and will be sold unregistered (currently on Club Plates).

The price of this completely restored HT Prem is listed at $39,999. You can check out the full listing here!


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