A car dealership is selling a piece of Holden history via a $1, no reserve TradeMe auction.
A 2017 Holden Commodore VF2 SS-V Redline, complete with a 6.2L LS3 V8 engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission, all with only 76kms on the clock, will be auctioned off by Ebbett Hamilton from April 1.
One of only 28 brought to New Zealand, this is one of the last Aussie-built V8 Commodores and is destined to be on display at the hand of a collector – but not if the punters have their way.
The $1 auction creates an even playing field for all enthusiasts and Holden fans who love the brand that has brought adrenaline-fuelled rides, cloud creating burnouts and ear-to-ear grins when a Falcon was left for dust at the lights.
“Our Holden customers have given us so much and remain at the forefront of our operation,” says dealer principal Karl Nation.
“This is our way of celebrating a year of adversity that has shaped our business, and of giving back to the car enthusiasts of New Zealand.”
The Commodore is a performance sedan that left Australia at the pinnacle of its refinement, and now Ebbett Hamilton are offering the opportunity for it to be parked safely in your garage while values soar.
The Commodore SS-V Redline is a future museum centre piece, and currently sits in the brand new Ebbett Hamilton showroom in a condition that suggests it never left.
Maybe one day this very rare Commodore will make it back to the showroom floor as a classic in a futuristic showroom featuring electric and fully autonomous vehicles, but until then this is your chance to own a piece of history.
For more information visit: www.ebbetthamilton.co.nz/redline-for-the-last-time