A super rare Million Dollar Holden Torana A9X Hatch, 1 of only 33 ever built and with only 475km on the clock is set to break records at auction this weekend.
It has a verified 475 kilometers on the clock from new and is arguably one of the most sort after Australian muscle cars in the country.
“This is the holy grail of Holden motor collector cars in Australia, since Holden closed their doors many muscle car enthusiasts are mourning the loss of performance cars, and there has since been a resurgence in these classic cars,” said Mr. Lee Hames, Chief Operations Officer for Lloyds Auctions.
This Torana is build 1 of just 33 in existence and was the last model of Holden racing before the V8 Commodores began.
“With the Holden prices weve seen achieved at auction in the last 6 months, we certainly wouldn’t be surprised to see this car break records once again,” said Mr. Hames.
In the last 6 to 12 months, we have seen rare & significant Holdens increase in value, where the very last Holden off the production line sold for $750,000, a Harvey A9X Torana sold for $910,000 and a special 1 of 4 Holden Maloo Ute sold for $1,100,000 in January. Now this 1 of only 33 Torana A9X’s ever built with very low kilometres is also set to break records.
Holden built the 33 shells for race teams in 1977, which were double seam welded, all painted white and sold exclusively through the General Motors Parts division.
These cars are continuously getting rarer to come across, and the demand is seemingly unending.
This 1977 Torana A9X will go under the hammer from 12pm this Saturday 26thJune.
To see video footage of the Torana up for auction this Saturday please click here.
Bids can be made in person on the day, or you can view the car and bid online here.