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#1 Posted : Sunday, 31 January 2021 10:01:49 PM(UTC)
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Hi everyone I hope im writing this in the right place.
I'm confused about kingswood prices,I'm thinking of selling my prem but don't really know what its worth.
The prices seam to be all over the place,my prem is a 1977 hz wagon v8 matching numbers with original purchase receipts from Holden to the best of my knowledge the only things that aren't original is the carpet and the tailgate and windscreen wiper motor has air-conditioning not in the car atm but all there a new carby but i still have the original one it has extractors but i have the original headers original paint faded lots but looks ok still a little rust but only a little
Its not perfect doorcards are brittle but original and so on its driven regularly and mechanically sound she's just a cruiser but whats it worth hoping some one can help me out ill stick some pics on my album trying to do this atm
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#2 Posted : Monday, 1 February 2021 8:38:49 AM(UTC)
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How long is a piece of string ?

Prices of old cars is very much dependent on condition, originality, model, engine, options, ownership, providence etc. etc. plus more importantly who is purchasing.

Pristine, unmolested low-km examples obviously bring the most $$, but colour, trim, engine, trans, options & model all come into it.

The real answer is, you will get what someone is willing to pay. Get an honest appraisal from somebody familiar with these cars, before you advertise.

Better still, post a few pix on this site along with a brief description.

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#3 Posted : Monday, 1 February 2021 9:31:45 AM(UTC)
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Remember it is a Premier, nothing to do with a Kingswood really. Kingswood is a luxury or trim level, like SL or Executive in Commodore. Premier is the luxury Holden in HZ, Kingswood was the base level in HZ passenger (base level was Belmont in HX) with Kingswood SL in between. There was a lower level in HZ commercials that didn’t really have a name, just Holden ute, van and cab chassis, and you could buy a Kingswood ute and van.

If it is a 5.0L HZ Premier it will be wanted, value goes backwards from there, but very much condition driven as well.
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