Buyers “going crazy” for immaculate Aussie muscle mass vehicle auction



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The final assortment of Australian muscle cars and trucks is likely up for auction – just one of them has not even gone by means of the dealer shipping company, and there is certainly a GT-HO which is like brand name new.

Surely at minimum a single of these cars will bust the $1 million mark when the Greatest Aussie Muscle Motor vehicle Auction opens on January 26 and closes on February 15.

We generally see auctions touting some legendary Aussie muscle mass, but the assortment listed here and pristine excellent is one particular for the record books. At a look, right here is what Slattery Auctions will be placing underneath the gavel quickly:



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1971 HOLDEN HQ MONARO GTS

1972 VH VALIANT CHARGER E49

1972 HOLDEN LJ TORANA GTR XU-1

2017 HSV GTSR W1

2017 HSV MALOO GTSR

1975 DATSUN 260Z

Okay, we know that a Datsun is not an Aussie Muscle mass car or truck, but it is wrapped up in the auction which commences afterwards this thirty day period, this manufacturing unit orange Z is definitely mouth-watering for 1970s Japanese muscle vehicle supporters.



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And what about that 1971 Ford XY Falcon GT-HO in immaculate problem? 

Gallery: Ken Block and Ford part approaches just after 11 a long time (CarAdvice.com.au)

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“There is converse that this one particular could crack a million,’’ states Slattery Auctions asset manager Steve Waterman.

“The fellas from the Ford museum right here in Perth have had a appear at it and it’s their opinion that it’s most likely 1 of the ideal in Australia.

“An unbelievable recondition task was done on it a quantity of years back. It has hardly ever been pushed in current years and it’s nevertheless like a manufacturer-new automobile.



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“It’s superior than when it rolled off the generation line.’’

The two Toranas are positive to haul a significant rate, the LX A9X in Tremendous Mint Inexperienced with 251k on the clock, and the LJ GTR XU-1 44,972.

The 2017 HSV Maloo ute has just 20km on the clock and the manufacturing facility wrapping however on the seats. “It has not even gone via supplier shipping,’’ says Waterman. “It’s still as it came from the production line.’’

Waterman provides that vehicle aficionados who had considered the vehicles so significantly had commented that they have been “among the ideal in Australia” and on line desire was “going crazy”.

“Some of the cars and trucks getting introduced are just unbelievable,’’ he stated.



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One more fashionable Aussie muscle mass car, the pink 2017 HSV GTSR W1 (amount 206 of a run of just 240 of “the most impressive Holden Commodore ever produced’’) has just 50km on the clock.

“People are chatting nuts revenue on that at the instant,’’ he reported. “A W1 ute is up for auction for $700,000-$800,000 at the instant. This one has 50km on the clock.”

“It’s the finest of the very best state of affairs. The quite final, most impressive motor vehicle that they at any time generated and only in constrained numbers. “This is essentially as it rolled off the showroom ground.’’



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Waterman says the two HSVs “have to be the very best examples of people in Australia simply because they are mainly model new’’.

The Scorching Mustard Valiant Charger E49 is also a museum piece. “The Valiant Charger is the Bathurst version of that Charger,’’ provides Waterman. The odometer demonstrates 15,765 miles, with the age believed to be at 115,765 or better.

You will find also a common 1971 Holden HQ Monaro which is the only vehicle that has not been thoroughly reconditioned, and understandably making a ton of desire.

The auction opens on January 26 and will conclude on February 15. Uncover out a lot more at Slattery Auctions. Or Contact: Steve Waterman Ph: 0407 777 893 [email protected]

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