- Feb 2, 2006
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- 1997 VS Commodore Exec
VS Calais L67 what are they worth?
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TheForgotten said:depends on condition. I've seen clean ones go for 12-13, and write-offs going for 6.5
holden007 said:12-13 grand seems high even in mint condition, there selling VZ Commodores which have done 40-50 thousand k's for around $18,000.
sixshooter said:Yeah when you compare later cars to older cars... the later car is always going to be a bargain compared to the older car cause more are available and people are cutting their wrists to get rid of them to buy the new model.
The VS range was the first production car from Holden to have a blower fitted to the luxury models, so this should keep the value on these cars for some time yet as they become rarer and rarer.
Compared to the model that replaced them, the VS is lighter, so from a street machiners view that makes them more desireable car to hot up. They're a more appealing car to an enthusiast rather than a mainstream car buyer.
Redbook lists them for $6300 - $8600 for average examples... but I reckon very few sell for under $8000... unless they are absolute high km shitboxes
If I had 11 - 12 G in my pocket and an imacculate or below average example with under 120,000 km was for sale then I'd buy it cause I know how rare these cars are getting.
Give them another 10-15 years and they may end up in the crazy price range like SLR & SS Torana's... which are selling for 3 times and above the price they were when new.
shaggerz said:EDIT: If you're looking at buying one then GO FOR IT! I love mine to bits and they GO like **** from a shovel
SaGe said:does anyone know if a getrag box will bolt on to an L67