Well, today it happened. Just sealed the deal on an 18,427kms August 2017 (Nitrite) Silver Caprice. One executive owner who lived 10km from work and just drove it back and forward to work. He left the company so it went up for sale early. I've priced a tune from Pavlo Motors who say they can give it a nice little bump in performance with all the stock gear left on that I'll definitely be able to feel for a very reasonable price. Later I might do OTR and once I figure out how to get a nice burble I'll probably do that too and re-tune again. I'm trying to find out when the last Caprice rolled off the line because August 2017 is very late so I'm hoping it's one of the last of the last (and of course best of the best). Also, do the HSV 340 LS3s have any special hard parts that differentiate them from the detuned LS3 in the standard Caprice or can I get (or ask for) an "HSV 340" tune with this stock motor? I rang Holden and got the full history. Apparently there was a rocker recall that was done. What was that all about? Anyway, Factory extra tint and Hayman Reese heavy duty towbar and for the Grandpa touch; factory fitted weather shields on the front windows. The original Bridgestones still have nipples apparently. Happy days.