I'm one firmly opposed to Ron's comment, but not for any critical reason. As an owner years ago of plenty of pre Commodore Holdens, there was always plenty of improvement I looked for to increase the cars' safety before performance. I could have let them age gracefully but I wouldn't have enjoyed them as much. It's different with the VF. It has the safety, comfort etc built in, so what are its real shortcomings? Inadequate connectivity? Big deal, its better tham what I have. Lack of some electronic driver aids? Ditto. Better brakes? Well, yeah, I'd go for that. More gears, too. The point is, compared to a modern car, just how inadequate is a VF2? In my book, not so much that I'd want to overlook one or feel I had to improve it.