27th Dec 2005, 07:47

It is a fake. The vn ss group A is very rare car and I don't think someone would only want 12,500 for 1 of only 300 in Australia.. if the person lives near by go see the car and check out the badges and other sorts of things that group As have.

12th Mar 2006, 16:06

Hey guys, I'm 16 and my dad has brought me a group a, it's an original with twin throtts and a 6 speed manual. its in the shop now geting sprayed (original colour) I also have a set of twenties for it. (orig wheels in shed)

21st Mar 2006, 05:26

A 16 year old should not be able to own one of these machines, you can't handle it and will end up wrapping one of the amazing cars arouind a pole, not to mention thinking of modifying it ARE U THAT STUPID?

8th Sep 2006, 05:13

I think all you young fellas should go and buy something like a datsun for a first car not a streetable race car.

25th Feb 2007, 02:35

I agree that a 16 yr old owning a group A for a first car is stupid, I mean I'm 19 and own a worked VN SS 5sp and trust me its enough power, but then again its my first car too and mines at 230 kw and Group A's are 215kw... its not the power that's the main problem (if you can drive it safely) but the fact of how rare the group A's are.

... I wish I owned one... : (

20th Apr 2007, 07:45

I own Group A 406 of 302 built, with only 59,000 kms on the clock.

Always wanted one and finally got one after a long wait to find one at the right price and condition.

I get a little annoyed with the high prices that Walkys are selling at these days and know that the VN SS GROUP A is a much better car in every aspect.

Prices are slowly going up and parts off of stollen or wrote off VN Group A's such as the twin throts are selling up and over 10grand.

Remember people that the VN SS Group A was the first Aus car to have a six speed gearbox in it, and was the most expensive car Holden/HSV/ Australia had released at that stage.

I love mine and have had only minor trouble.

If you've got one, keep it. It will be worth a mint in a few years because they really are the last true Australian muscle car.

28th Apr 2007, 05:26

Any person wanting to sell a vn group a please call me, 0434 500 223, Rob.

10th May 2007, 00:16

Mate, what build number/ vin/ engine number was your car that got stolen so that others can look out for it.

16th May 2007, 07:05

The Vin number and engine number for the VN Group A was:



Rego: PB7388


20th Jul 2007, 20:13

I noticed people referring for example to car #374 of 300 built, how does that work?

22nd Jul 2007, 03:09

There were only 302 built, but numbers were applied to the cars in any order.. As they expected to sell all 500 it wouldn't have mattered. But only 302 sold.. So the build numbers ended up being scattered and not in any order...

24th Jul 2007, 20:40

Have found NO 374 on e-bay for sale 23\7\07. Have had e-mail contact from seller and he is VERY keen to off load ASAP low as $5000 inc shipping. E-bay no-270147353385 vn ss group a. Seller Will Dot will103dot. Hope this helps to bring this one back. Will also contact e-bay. Peter.

25th Jul 2007, 05:20

Hi in regards to VN group A SS build #374 I think its for sale on sale on ebay item number 270147353385.

25th Jul 2007, 05:46

To the guy who's car got stolen from campbell town, I have news, some body is trying to sell me your car. It's the same build number and everything, ring me on 0437949015 or look on ebay, it's there!

25th Jul 2007, 06:07

I have photos of the compliance that he sent plus his email.

25th Jul 2007, 10:02




Thanks to everyone for spotting this vehicle. In case others haven't spoken to the police, I've submitted these details to the NSW Police Crime Stoppers website. Hopefully they can catch the people responsible.

Steven Jackson

CSDO Media Limited.

25th Jul 2007, 11:38




I'd appreciate being sent the email address, as I've supplied my details to NSW Police, and I'll pass on any relevant information should they get back in touch.

Unfortunately I can't contact the owner of the vehicle, as I don't require contact details from comment posters.

Steven Jackson

CSDO Media Limited

26th Jul 2007, 04:27

If the owner reads this, and needs to get hold of me, considering I posted the comment about it, here are my details: vance01@bigpond.com or 0437949015. Hope somebody catches this ******.

26th Jul 2007, 08:20

Hi everyone, and thanks for all the help.. But I was also contacted by Vic police regarding Ebay.. The Campbelltown police are investigating... But I feel it is a hoax ad that's been placed.. The pics are from an auction that was on Ebay about 2 weeks ago.. That car sold for $47500 from a seller at Bass Hill.. The same pics have been used as well as some of the written parts of the original ad.. I have sent the seller an email and it seems that he is in the US, not Burwood, Vic as the ad says.. :( But will have to wait and see what turns up..??

27th Jul 2007, 07:34

This bloke on ebay tried to sell that Group A to me, but I did my homework and his story (how he got the car) was very suspect. Then I saw this forum, and mate I have reported him to ebay for selling stolen goods. I hope he gets locked up and that poor bugger gets his baby back, hopefully intact, and not damaged.

All the best mate.

31st Aug 2007, 22:51

Re: Auction on Ebay, it's a common scam, they are usually after a cash deposit of $500 or something... If it's too good to be true, don't ever hand over a dollar until your sitting in the car and you've done a stolen check. $47K? Is that the going price now? How many K's had it done?

2nd Feb 2008, 04:25

Hi, I'm a 20yr old mechanic and was very keen on turning my VN SS into a Group A mock up, but after reading all these comments, I think by the time I take it for the first drive after it's done, I won't be owning it for too long. Please advise me what you think I should do, probably just leave it as an SS? Or what is a real legend car that I can mock up that some cheapskate isn't going to try and steal!

Regards, Wayne.

29th Oct 2014, 00:37

Does the VN SS have a build number?

20th Mar 2015, 11:48

Way back in 1994 I had my VN Group A stolen, never to be seen again, and later I found out that the VN is very easy to start without keys, and even with an alarm, so if you have a genuine one, don't leave it anywhere! And get a tracker so the scum don't destroy this classic without it at least having a chance.

And by the way, I'm thinking of selling my VE 2 GTS manual, and I'll get another VN Group A to store and covet, and won't modify it.