Rare 1977 LX Torana Muscle Car Is Up for Auction and Could Sell for $2M

The iconic and rare 1977 LX Torona muscle car is up for auction and could sell for $2M. Racecar driver John Harvey owned the car. It could be the most expensive Holden ever. It is going to be auctioned this Saturday. Modern yet classic car lovers are in love with this car. The car has a special history, as John Harvey drove it in the 1977-79 Australian Touring Car Championship. It is considered to be one of the most important and indispensable pieces of the Australian Motor Racing History. The car is going under the hammer in some time. The auction which is going to take place online was opened a few weeks ago. The Rev-heads are showing their interest from around the globe. 

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1977 LX Torana – Most Expensive Holden Ever

Source: Daily Mail
Source: Daily Mail

The auctioneers expect that car would hit $2 Million, and it wouldn’t be a surprise. The attribution and the importance of the rare car couldn’t right off and has a special place in Australian history. The 1977 LX Torana is a purpose-built Australian car and was released by General Motors Holden and was successful. The lucky buyer would also get some additional racing equipment as it comes with spare tires, the boots, and jacket won by John Harvey, his trophies along with a considerable amount of memorabilia items. The current owner had a strong association with John Harvey since 1999 and bought the car in 2002. John Harvey has provided the history and details of the car. The end time of the auction is 7 pm AEDT time. 

Rare 1977 LX Torana Muscle Car Is Up for Auction and Could Sell for $2M

Source: Daily Mail

The rare 1977 LX Torona muscle car is going through an online auction. The auction will end on Saturday. The racing car is the most expensive Holden ever and was once owned by the Australian racer John Harvey. The car could be sold off for $2 Million. It has a special history in the Australian motor car history. People from around the globe are getting interested in the car. The bidding has crossed $700,000, and 72 hours has been left for the final auction day. It’s been expected that the price will go higher before the auction gets close, as the potential buyers step in at the last moment.