The early naughties is when Holden started to differentiate the HSV from the rest of the commodore range. HSVs before this era were more simplistic, and were considered to many as just a tuned SS with a big spoiler on the back. The VX is where Holden introduced styling changes such as unique rear and front lights and interior panels that were unique to the HSV range. This model also came along with the usual bodykits that HSV was more known for.
This Clubsport represents good value at $10,500 (Early April 2017) as these cars like previous models of HSV's are approaching the minimal purchase value area. HSV models tend not to stoop below the $8,000 AUD mark.
This car features Chevy's LS1 (5.7L V8) producing 255KW of power. This particular car is in fair condition for its age, as seen in the photos the body and interior is in good condition. All parts on this car are genuine HSV / Holden parts including the HSV styled seats and iconic large rear wing.