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HSV ad/Price's in 1992

Discussion in 'General' started by flyen, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. flyen

    flyen bye bye

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    found this page in a Just Car magazine from Feb 1992
     

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    Great find mate!

    That's awesome!
     
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    yeh always good to c old adds like that lol, wounder who has that demo stato now
     
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    Holy crap, how rare are those wagons, 5 only to be built!
     
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    Don't you remember the days of being impressed with the "massive" 180kw the HSV's were putting out? Earlier Brock Commodores were even, dare I say it, more pathetic. I have a comparison in an old Wheels magazine between a Group Three VH SS Commodore and an ESP Ghia...the SS put out, I think, 150 to 160kw...as for the 351 Cleveland-equipped Fairmont ESP Ghia, it put out only 130kw for Gods sake...nowadays a six cylinder Falcon or Commodore will piss all over what used to be "supercars"...not bad for family sedans weighing half a tonne more than those cars did.

    ...and back in the seventies and eighties we all thought we'd be driving little electric runabouts in the 21st century...:thumbsup:
     

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