The VP Commodore is where we started to see technologies and enhancements make its way into the HSV range. One notable enhancement was the introduction of Independent Rear Suspension (IRS); Holden found this introduction so important it placed IRS badges in the interior as seen in the photographs. 387 of these cars were produced from October 1991 - June 1993. The early 90s is where Holden really started to work on their HSV branding and were differentiating the HSV series a lot more effectively than how Ford was differentiating its GT series.

As you can see this car is in great condition and has all origional parts on it and unlike many other Commodores of the era, it has not been thrashed to an inch of its life. Paint, body and interior are in great shape for a car of this era.

This car was for sale in mid April for $12500 AUD

Vehicle details

Vehicle Location: Country: 
Australia
Location: 
Salamander Bay NSW
Engine Number: 
NA
Build date: 
built in 1992
Current Mileage/Kilometers: 
Unknown
Paint Colour/Code: 
White
Interior Colour/Code: 
Grey
Engine Type: 
8 Cylinders
Chassis Number: 
6H8PK19UNL529####
Transmission: 
Automatic (floor shift / T bar)
Other ID/Number: 
NA
Body Type: 
Sedan
Current Owner: 
Unknown
Engine Fuel Type: 
Petrol (4 stroke)
Author: 
Condition: 
Restored

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