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1969 HT GTS Monaro 350 V8 ... (SOLD)

Absolutely gorgeous genuine Platinum metallic 1969 HT GTS Monaro, originally a factory 6 cylinder now running a 350 Chevrolet crate motor with 750 Holley Vac sec carby, mild cam, roller rockers, factory exhaust manifolds through to a twin exhaust, 4 speed manual Saginaw gearbox w... View...

2017 VF Series II Holden Commodore Motorsport Edition - 8 Kilometres!

AMCS proudly offers for sale a BRAND NEW VF Series II Holden Motorsport Edition. Build number 890/1200 is presented in Heron White, running its 6.2-litre LS3 V8 engine backed by a 6 speed manual gear box which has travelled only EIGHT KILOMETRES (8 klms) from new. One of only 12... View...

1967 Holden HR Special - Restomod

Here is something a bit different. If you are looking for the classic look of the HR Holden Special but want modern car drivability then this FULLY ENGINEERED 1967 HR Holden Special Restomod might be just the ticket. The HR Special is running a nicely sorted 253 V8 with Holley ... View...

1988 HSV VL SS Group A Walkinshaw Build No.397

Talk about a hard act to follow. HSV was asked to step into some pretty big shoes following the amazing run Peter Brock had had with the development of the HDT brand and his sale successes with the VC, VH and VK Brock Commodores. Into this arena Tom Walkinshaw and his team steppe... View...

1996 VS II HSV Grange - Build No. 35

With the VS model, HSV introduced the HSV Grange to their performance line up. The HSV Grange represented the ultimate luxury expression of Aussie-built, big-engined, rear-wheel-drive full sized cars. Built off the top-specification Holden Caprice, the VS II Grange offered impro... View...

1974 HQ Holden Sandman Panel Van

The famous Holden HQ Sandman - the first dedicated dual purpose vehicle invented and built right here in good old OZ! - a 'Shaggin’ Wagon' on the weekends that could be put to work during the week. The original Sandman Panel Van was launched with the HQ, which was built in very ... View...

1972 HQ GTS Monaro Coupe - 253 V8 4 speed ... $159,000

Mind bogglingly gorgeous 1972 GTS HQ Monaro in Nutmeg Metallic with Antique Saddle trim. Nut and bolt restoration completed to the very highest standards that can be achieved in Perth 5 years ago to factory specifications. As featured in the Aussie movie “Metal Skin” (prior to ... View...

1974 HQ GTS Monaro 308 V8 4 speed ... (SOLD)

When Holden released the HQ-series in July 1971 the hype was unprecedented. The model became the strongest-selling Holden ever produced with a total of 485,650 cars sold. Its popularity stemmed from a mould-breaking and expensive redesign that went on to underpin GMH’s full-size ... View...

1956 Holden FE Special

By the time the FJ Holden was replaced with the FE in July 1956, Australia’s own had taken many steps forward. The six-volt electrics were replaced with a 12-volt set-up, the two-piece windscreen was replaced with a single curved item and the skinny 15in rims were replaced with 1... View...

2001 VX HSV Senator Signature - 18,220 Klms ... $70,000

The bad boy of the boardroom! The HSV Senator. On the one hand a sophisticated luxury cruiser and on the other a capable performance car perfect for blowing off steam after a hard day in the boardroom. Powered by the 5.7 litre LS1 V8 and the 4L60-E 4 speed automatic transmission... View...

1972 HQ Holden SS

Based on the humble Belmont variant of the HQ series, the SS was a toe in the water for GMH at building a budget muscle car for the masses. And they were blown away with the public's response. At $3,500 on the road, the orders poured into the dealerships with the initial planned ... View...

2008 HSV W427 ... 807 Klms

A little over a decade ago, HSV's W427 was the fastest, most powerful and most expensive Aussie performance car ever created. It was always destined to become a classic despite it's $156,000 sticker price. Now for sale is this stunning Phantom Black 2008 HSV W427! This is build n... View...