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Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by nitro91, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. grafton

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    Holden said only 20 VF's on order, but 160 kangaroos on order, the roos were all ordered by guys named Joey, as that is their prefered ride. Funny that!
     
  2. greenacc

    greenacc Searching for the billion

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    you can add Puegot to the look alike list. The rear end so looks like a lot of butt ugly peugot's ! And i bet skippy's legs have stiffer springs !!!
     
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    Yeh greenacc, your right. I've been comparing the VF & the Skippy over & over & I am sure you are right. The peugot has nice shiny paint like the VF & the Skippy has shitty looking dull furr. And #uc# that, I don't want to be driving along & my new VF see's a nice green patch of grass and slams the brakes on & veers into the paddock to sit there for a 20 minute chew!!
     
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    hey, I'm not right up on these later models,
    is that kanga in the picture a series one or series roo? sorry I meant series two
     
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    Calaber Nil Bastardo Carborundum

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    To satisy the Skippy lovers, I trust the VF will have an optional Roo-bar.
     
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    Yes there is. your choice of alloy or steel. Both made in Australia from local and IMPORTED products!
     
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    I've just compared these two.
    EXACTLY THE SAME,

    CHEVY COW.jpg



    COLOUR ONLY,

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    BUT NOTHING ELSE
    & A GOOD ONE OF THESE CAN GIVE YOU 6 LITRES AS WELL!!
     
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    The VF does nothing for me, I thought Holden would have brought out a game changer, just same old. Also lets hope they fix the v8 so no more tap tap tap.

    Holden is due for an engine revamp for the SS/HSV range
     
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    Yeh Calais-V, doe's not turn me on at all. Ugliest dash i've seen in a long time with the shitty looking recessed stereo. The rear end looks like grandpas camry, but different strokes for different blokes. Some will love it, some will hate it. As for your tap tap tap, It's probably your passengers balls hitting his forehead every time you stand on the go pedal !!
     
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    When you say the VE was out of style and such.

    Style is dictated by you. As the public. The car companies create a car based on what people want, but you have slowly been tricked into wanting a car that they make. Just because all the new music on fox FM is in style does not make it good. I'll stick with 80's rock and such on Triple MMM. And I'm only 19. The new "style" of cars looks ****.

    I'd rather them have kept making Kingswoods and early commodores up until now. That stylw is tough and sexy. Not gay.

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    It's about time I agree with some one !! I'm in my 40's & still have my old VK wagon and even you will will not get it of me. I am sure the cd in that car is called "best of the 80's". You can't beat driving an old girl with Jimmy barns or AC/DC smashing through the 6x9's. It gets as many looks or even more than than my VX berlina or my VEII SV6 sportwagon.
    But on the same token, most people love the VK, but some say "get a new car" so as the saying goe's, different strokes for different blokes.
    The VE's flared gaurds are awesome & the rest of the car's shape blends with them perfectly for that tough look, not the grandpas camry look. I also have an 1970 (AMC) Rambler Hornet, that I have had for 23 years & it was the massive flared gaurds & body style that caught my eye even though the original interior looked like ****. Sorry, no offers for the Hornet will be accepted either.
     

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