Re: Monaro Accessories.
The Monaro was in high demand to start with, but the point is only so many people want this type of car, once the population of these types have got one they keep it, therefore sales drop off.
You very rarely see many of them around nowadays, specially not in the SERIES II or SERIES III, they were once the car to have, but most people that are looking in this sort of market end up with either a BMW 3 series coupe, an M3 or a CLK Mercedes.
For the price, the power, the features and the SS that sits next to them in the showroom, they are rather impractical for most buyers who want a sports car, I think the whole dream of owning one stops at the 1:18 scale for most people as the stats above prove. And if you went to buy one without realising what deals were available im sure the salesman will happily sell you one for about $60,000 on the road.
The key factor however to owning such a car is re-sale, the stats probarly arent that good but the prices out there do reflect a strong resale, bearing in mind that most of these cars have done less the 20,000 kms. I think they were more of a toy then anything else for most.