Three prestige cars worth the price of a small apartment have been stolen from a car dealership on the NSW Central Coast.
The three 1980s Holden Commodores were reported stolen on Sunday night, with police later finding that three men had forced their way into the dealership with a Toyota Landcruiser.
The men then drove the three Commodores out, leaving the Landcruiser in their place.
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A Group A SS replica 1989 maroon VN Commodore sedan, a 1984 VK black Commodore sedan and a Walkinshaw special and 1988 sky blue VL Commodore sedan were among those stolen.
In April 2018, similar car to one of the vehicles stolen – a 1988 VL Commodore Walkinshaw – sold for an eye-watering $340,000 at auction, according to Nine News.
Local police and the Financial Crime Squad’s Motor Unit have begun investigating the theft, NSW police said.
The authorities are now appealing to anyone with information to come forward.
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