- Jul 17, 2006
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Just thought I'd post this here for posterity, future searches and argument settler / starter
Uncovering the genuine final home-grown Holden Commodore
Yeah me too. What a great read. Good on this fella. What a champion.Great article, love reading about the passion of ex GMH workers, and the fact that so many own their slice of history!
I got lucky to acquire (directly from a GMO Engineer) one of the last builds, mine is also 'a last one' (last produced Spitfire Green) and it retains all the factory stickers, plastic seat protector, plastic steering wheel protector and original destination label. My GA SEQ number was 3779 built 12 October, completed 13/10 (End of F2)
Would be cool if we could memorialize / track down all the 'last of' cars and hear the stories behind each
I agree. The paint on my 17 redline is bloody horrible. I've painted cars and bikes in my shed and the floor is practically dirt and they turn out better than the one on the VF. It has that many marks that are in the clear and the orange peel is the worst. My VY ute was a million times better in the paint and polished up a hell of a lot nicer.Inspected to make sure it had zero paint defects...
What about all the other vf holdens with **** in the factory paint,should have been fully checking every single car not just the last one.