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Right rear guard for a VS Utility needed

Discussion in 'VR - VS Holden Commodore (1993 - 1997)' started by Andy Pahlow, Jun 12, 2018 at 6:09 PM.

  1. Andy Pahlow

    Andy Pahlow New Member

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    I need a complete right rear guard for a VS Commodore utility. Apparently they are all one panel from the rear of the door back to the rear bumper and from under the load hooks to the sill.

    I can be reached via email at andypahlow@hotmail.com or 0488138580
     
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    woteva NEED 4 SPEED

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    Can give it a try :) hahaha
     
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    If the VS is the same as VR then petrol filler hole is in the wrong spot in the one pictured.
     
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    The one pictured is a VE.....
     
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    Bugger.....
     
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    Almost worth just getting another body... Not even for the cost of the part but the effort in changing the panel.
     
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    Agreed there would be a lot of work unstiching a side panel off a VS ute. If you're doing it yourself then not so bad, because you would obviously have some skill and are not paying someone to replace the panel.
     
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    An old skill panel beater would make it fit
     
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    probably worth it if the ute is a Maloo or something with value. But if its an eco ute then gonna be an exi job at 90 bucks an hour for however many hours the job takes.
     
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    Sadly VS models are currently sitting at the bottom of their true value. Give it another 5 years and they'll be none of them left and it will be just like a VB~VL Commodore, where are all those now ? and look at their values heading North.
     
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    Vs v8’s are all well on the rise. Vt’s are at rock bottom currently round here. 6’s are worth nothing at all - scrap value if you can even get that a lot of the time.
     

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