1981 Holden Commodore L 3.3L straight 6 from Australia and New Zealand
Bloody decent for its age!!
Nothing as yet, I only purchased this wicked VC wagon running and licenced for 650 bucks. It's pretty straight with minimal rust.
I was lucky enough to find a manual one, which are getting extremely rare in the VB, VC and VH series.
Nothing gone wrong yet, it's a project car. Motor and gearbox is in good nick and has a new clutch.
Things to do next is replace the driver's door handle, replace rocker cover gasket, give it a service, alignment and that's about it.
Overall, the old Holdens are pretty damn reliable and parts are cheap too. For 83 Kilowatts it moves OK :)
So in general, I'm one happy boy for what I got it for.
Anyone keen on getting one, it's definitely worth it for their age. Happy hunting :)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 27th June, 2010