1980 Holden Commodore VB 173 in-line 6 from Australia and New Zealand
The car is great on all levels, but costs more that usual on fuel than most cars
Right hand front indicator clips all broken.
Kilometre counter stopped.
Clutch pedal squeaky.
Parcel shelf faded and cracked.
Boot seals leaked.
Door trim came off.
This car is great in the engine bay, but not as much the rest of the car.
The car has no A/C and fake leather interior, which makes it almost impossible to drive if left in the sun on a hot day for over 30 minutes.
The engine runs well for its age and the gearbox is still good.
I bought this car for $750, being the second owner since being built.
The interior is still in good condition, and the car has been shedded most of its life. The original paint is still good except for a few little scratches and dents. There is no rust whatsoever on the car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd February, 2009