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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Dreamscape, Aug 21, 2018.
title says it all looking for the hierachy of the versions of our beloved commonwhores.
Does Google not work?
i have googled at least ten different things trying to find a list of the models but nothing minus a half ass completed wikipeadia site...
It's not like climbing a ladder …….. it's like climbing a tree. Which branch at what height do you want to go out on.
You didn't say what year so I put in everything from 1980 on.
thank for that.
But im meaning more like
ect ect ect in the order they go
Not every model and the some submodel name.
Which model do you want to know about ?
well why not the Vz and the Ve heard there were differences
A bit too complicated, depends on year and model. Some Commodores were just Commodores.
Executive, Omega, Evoke. All base models at various times. Then Acclaim. Berlina. Calais.
The Acclaim was a safety pack version of the Executive.
The Berlina in the VT era was ‘nearly’ a Calais. It gradually went down spec heading towards the VF.
The Calais in the VN was top spec, but also got downgraded as the series progressed, that is why a Calais V was introduced.
The VN SS was originally a poverty pack V8 S. But it went upmarket as the series progressed, but then went back down market as the SSV and SSVR were introduced. Even then the SSV and SSVR were decontented to some degree towards the VF2.
The Vacationers were generally a option parts bin pack, with varying content depending on series.
If you are able to decipher the pecking order of the whole British royal family, you should be able to get familiar with the many variations of Commodores.
by the Vacationers im assuming you mean the internationals?
Probably, Vacationers were last century. I think the Luminas were a option parts bin pack.
ohk thank you for your help mate
Nope, different LE packs in different model ranges.
Separate names with a comma.