The 2017 Commodore SS-V Redline might bring as high as $500,000, according to the public auction residence helping with the sale.

The leading quote for the ‘last’ Holden Commodore put together in Australia has actually greater than increased in much less than 24 hr and also currently rests at $255,000– with 2 days continuing to be prior to the public auction wraps up.

The condition of the car is challenged– formally, the last Holden Commodore to ceremonially roll off the assembly line was maintained by General Motors.

Nevertheless, the instance noted available has the last Car Recognition Number (VIN), was the last body to be constructed, and also was the last vehicle via the paint store in late 2017.

Defined in state-of-the-art, performance-oriented SS-V Redline trim, the V8 car was likewise the last to be mounted and also repainted Down Under.

A keen-eyed Holden manufacturing facility employee discovered the condition of the car, and also tracked it to a Melbourne dealer– it’s currently up for grabs, with simply 102 kilometres on the clock because brand-new.

A representative for Lloyds Auctioneers– which is helping with the sale– informed CarAdvice “we actually do not understand [how much it will ultimately sell for]– there is no criterion.”

” The proposals began at a buck, it’s presently over $250,000 and also it would not stun me if it brought half a million because of the degree of query,” the representative included.


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