Australian muscle car sales
The Ford Falcon GTHO Phase IV sold for just under 2 million, making it Australia’s most expensive car ever sold at auction.
A clean Ford Falcon XA GTHO Phase IV has sold for just 2 million euros (Z NZ2.08m) in Australia, the highest ever Australian-made road car.
The car is just one of four that were built to help Ford win the Bathurst in 1972, including three prototype road cars and a race car, which went through various stages of development before the infamy. Were ‘Super car scared’ Stopped all work on Phase IV.
According to expert car broker, Australian Muscle Car Sales, he was approached several months ago by a “smart but determined collector” and considered him one of the most expensive motor cars ever made in Australia.
She spoke to Paul Carto, the former owner of Phase IV, Sydney, and confirmed that the car had changed hands for “less than 2 2 million”.
* Commodore with the most money in the auction.
* 1985 Holden, owned by Commodore Peter Brook, sold for over 1 1 million.
* The classic Ford Falcon sells at auction for $ 414,000.
* Someone paid about half a million for an Ford Falcon without an engine.
As far as other road cars are concerned, “there is now a prominent showpiece in a Bowden collection, known as the Rally Car, which was eventually destroyed in an accident, and the gem you see here is the Time Warp. Insecure – Probably the most amazing first day Australian muscle car in existence.
It has covered only 4698 miles from the new one and only the unprotected Phase IV remains, the original paint, the interior, the Bathurst Globe wheels and even the original tires. It even has magnetic indicators, which make it a decent race car, with standard issue rollcage.
The sale price also accrues to the former record holder of Australian road cars by a small margin. The 1985 HDT Holden Commodore VK Group ASS was once owned by racing legend Peter Brooke. It sold for a remarkable AU $ 1,057,509 (NZ $ 1,102,278) at the auction, beating the AU $ 1,050,000 record set by just one rare HSV Malo GTSR W1.
Prices for vintage Holden and Ford muscle cars have risen sharply in recent years, especially since Holden closed its doors early last year. Someone paid more than half a million dollars for an Falcon without an engine. In 2020, albeit fairly, it was a real GTHO Phase III.
The first car, HDT (Holden Dealer Team, forerunner of HSV), ran. 1969 Monaro GTS 350. The construction and run by Harry Firth was set to sell for more than $ 1 million, but last-minute calls from the Australian Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications dampened enthusiasm.
he said. Monaro could be an “Australian safe thing” And will not be allowed to leave the country, and as a result, the racer went AU $ 750k (NZ $ 781,751).
While they are not pushing the million dollar mark, Other classic holdings are rising in price..
Lloyds is currently one in the auction. One in four HSV GTSR W1 Maloo. At the time of writing, only 19 km on the watch with AU $ 495,000. Considering it’s basically brand new, there’s a good chance it’s going to sell well.
There is one in it. “Highly customizable” 2017 Holden HSV GTSR.Given the Vulcan Shaw Power Pack W557, output up to 557kW / 930Nm, the ‘XU3 Yellah’ paint matches the 1996 GTSR and the genuine V8 supercar rear spoiler supplied by 888 Race Engineering.