Quality metal with every auction they run


The crew down at Seven82Motors always dish up some seriously quality metal with every auction they run, and the crop for their August 2022 sale is no different. We’ve gone through them and picked our favourites, with all lots going live on Monday 8 August and closing a week later on 15 August from 6pm AEST. To view the full range of hotties up for grabs and to register to bid

Our first pick is really a no-brainer: Steve Grew’s blown EVILL XC Falcon coupe, which was a feature car in the December ’21 issue of Street Machine.

The ’77 XC GS is a complete animal from front to back, thanks largely to the 572ci SVO mill topped by a 14/71 blower.

While it’s a real show-stopper, it was still built to be used. “It’s cool as hell to drive – you can drive it up the street without issue, or stick it on the track and blow the tyres off for 300 metres,” Steve told us in our feature story

But the most important bit you need to know is that this thing is being offered by Seven82 with no reserve. That’ll mean hot bidding action, but even if it goes deep into six-figure territory, whoever buys it will still be going home with a bargain in our books.
The big, bad Falcon hardtops continue with this genuine 1974 XB GT coupe in Yellow Blaze with a matching-numbers 351.
It claims to be an ex-Ford executive car in a one-of-one specification, but what really matters is that someone else has already done the hard yards of fully restoring the big bird.
We promise we’ll get to the Holdens in a minute, but before we do, we simply had to make mention of this genuine XY GT sedan.
It’s apparently only one of six XY GTs originally finished in the Surfer Orange colour, still rocking its original 351 Clevo paired with the four-speed Top Loader for the three-pedal lovers out there.
The big XY underwent a full resto in the 90s and has stayed in top shape since. We’ve seen XY GTs of this condition sell at well over AU$200K with Seven82 before, so expect big money getting thrown up for this genuine beast.
There’s plenty of big hitters from the Lion pride crossing the block this auction, so we’re starting at the top with this genuine 1969 HK GTS 327 Bathurst Monaro.
Like many cars on this list, it’s also been treated to the full rotisserie ground-up rebuild, and collectors can rejoice that it retains the 327-cube Chevy that made these things legendary, paired with the original four-cog manual.
Another 327 HK GTS sold around 12 months ago for AU$301,000 before fees at auction, so we expect similar money to be tabled for this example – but it will have to compete against a genuine HG GTS 350 Monaro that’s also in this auction.
There’s a sweet pair of Toranas in the field as well, including this 1971 LC GTR.
Those who love the boxier Torrys will probably go a bit loopy at this Tuxedo Black 1976 SL/R 5000, which has undergone a high-quality resto to better than original.

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