Survivor Car: HOLDEN – BEST OF BREED
Survivor Car Australia is proud to announce the first of the Aussie Icon Series Collectors’ Edition, Holden-Best of Breed. In this Special Limited Edition we feature only Holden Survivors, and some great examples at that!
Our line up kicks off with a lovely LX Torana SS hatchback in Mandarin Red. When the current owner first saw it, it was in a shed being used as a workbench with tools all over the bonnet. Brand Spankers! - If you want to know what a brand new HT Monaro GTS 186S was like, then look no further than this 313 mile museum piece. It’s truly an outstanding example and makes for a fantastic reference car.
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The humble EH was very popular with Aussies but many had a hard life and didn’t survive. Enter Ken’s Kalgoorlie Gold EH Special which is an Elite Survivor – one of the best. Holden’s Gemini was a popular choice for those seeking a compact and economical vehicle and the coupe was for the sportier driver. Inside you’ll find a sporty Gemini coupe Survivor that is a beautiful well preserved example having travelled very few kilometres. HDT’s VK SS Group A Brock Commodore, known also as the ‘Blue Meanie’, has now reached legendary status and is matched by its current value! This example will make you drool, showing just 6,413 easy kilometres on the clock!
The HZ was the last Premier produced and Holden made sure it wore plenty of chrome bling so you couldn’t miss it. If you think the VK Brock has a low odometer reading, how’s 211 kilometres on a Super Mint HZ Prem V8?! – Yep, you read it right, two hundred and eleven clicks only.
If the earlier Premiers are more your cup of tea, we have a HR sporting the 186S motor backed up by a factory floorshift 4-speed manual. Remember the HX? It was a short run model in between the HJ and HZ that is often overlooked. Well you won’t miss this HX GTS in Absinth Yellow which has patina written all over it. This line up should be more than enough for even the most one-eyed GMH follower, enjoy! And don’t forget to spread the good word about Survivor Car magazine. They’re only original once.