Holden Sandman cracks $100k at Qld auction

By: Unique Cars magazine

sandman sandman

GT Falcon replica also pulls big money



The recent chrome bumper auction by Seven82 Motors in Queensland pulled some big results, with a 1976 HJ Holden Sandman (lot 7) cracking the $100k mark for a final price of $104,275.

The premium price reflects the fact the car had undergone a big restoration and was running premium spec, with a 308 V8 and four-speed manual transmission. 




Equally impressive was the result for a 1970 Ford Falcon XW GT tribute (lot 13), which sold for $137,600. This was a nicely-done restomod, with performance upgrades and a stock appearance.




Winning the bang-for-your-buck award was a 1971 Lincoln MkIII coupe (lot 15), which offered very solid value at $29,025.




Another car we previewed, the nicely-presented 1977 Holden Torana SS hatch (lot 10), is under negotiation.




Sell your car for free right here

Unique Cars auction results listing

Unique Cars magazine Value Guides

Get our newsletter, packed with all the latest toys and tips

Subscribe to the print mag and save, here

Unique Cars magazine Value Guides

Sell your car for free right here


Get your monthly fix of news, reviews and stories on the greatest cars and minds in the automotive world.