Rare items are a sight to behold when they come up for auction and a 1955 FJ Holden Special sedan in original condition is one not to miss.
The car, regarded as the epitome of 1950s motoring in Australia, is currently featured in an online auction with Armitage Auctions.
Lot 958 has only had three owners since new and was found in a barn on the north east coast of Tasmania.
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Auctioneer and director Neil O'Brien said to find the car was rare but even more so in original condition.
"Personally, I have been in business 30 years and I don't think we have sold one," he said.
Auctioneer Andrew Snooks said they don't see many of the car come up for sale in Tasmania because people are holding onto them.
The auctioneers are expecting the car to sell for at least $15,000 to $18,000 but said it could bring anywhere between $20,000 and $25,000.
"Because of Holden not being in Australia anymore, the prices have gone up," Mr Snooks said.
The auctions finishes Thursday and can be found online at armitage.bidsonline.com.au.