1971 HQ Holden

1971 Holden HQ Kingswood

HQ Holden

Rated Number (1)

Classic Holden Cars TOP TEN

Hailed as the most significant Holden since the 48-215, and the biggest-selling single Holden model range. A huge model line-up included new sedan, wagon and coupe versions, the first Statesman, ‘Sandman’ ute and panel van, and Holden’s first cab/chassis truck. HQs remained in production for three years and featured ‘specials’ like the Vacationer pack, Holden SS and 25th Anniversary Premier in 1973. Engines were given a longer stroke to increase capacity, monocoque construction and four-wheel coil springs made for a more comfortable ride and superior handling.

1971 HQ Holden Kingswood

1971 HQ Holden Kingswood

1971 HQ Kingswood Ute

1971 HQ Holden Kingswood Ute

1971 HQ Ute

1971 HQ HOLDEN Ute

1971 HQ HOLDEN COMMODORE

1971 HQ HOLDEN Kingswood

1971 HQ Holden Commodore

1971 HQ Holden Kingswood

Holden HQ

1971 – 1974

Engine: 6 cyl. & V8

Capacity: 173/202 6 cyl;  253/308/350 V8

Power: 101kW 202 and 206kW 350

Transmission: 3/4 spd. man; 3 spd. Trimatic & Turbohydramatic 400 (350 only)

 

Base price when new: $2,730. Total built:

485,650

(included three millionth Holden).

3 Responses to “1971 HQ Holden”

  1. mario says:

    I agree they are the best I got about ten hq utes!

  2. luke says:

    how do you have ten HQ utes love em I hav one beauty!

  3. mark field says:

    When I met my now wife of 18 years I had a hq 71 ute done up as a ss in the colour redy orange.
    I’ve just brought anotherstandard 1973 hq with a m21 4 speed and 173 good cond.I will resote to its original glory.

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