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Selling my Original VN commodore, complete with original Garden State number plates.Bought earlier this year with the intention to get it back in the road as nice original cruiser. I’m only the 3rd owner in the vehicles life.Relatively low km, with service books. In the past few months, the steering rack had been changed, a new headliner installed, the exhaust centre section has been replaced, 2 new tail lights fitted, and 4 new tires have been fitted. Some suspension bushes have been changed also.Car hasn’t been on the road for a few years, but Does run and drives quite well, but is being sold unregistered and as is.Only non standard items on this car at the brakes. It has a VT-VY commodore front brake upgrade kit. As a result of the larger brakes it also has 15” steel wheels, instead of the factory 14”.
Everything in the car works, even the factory Holden cruise control.
The car presents really well. It has some scratches here and there, but for a 30 year old car it’s quite good. Doesn’t have any rust. Interior is also in relatively good condition, but it does have a rip in the drivers seat.
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Being as honest as I can with this add, I will also mention a couple of the bad things on the vehicle.-As mentioned before the drivers seat is torn-The tail gate lock jams up every now and then, and won’t allow you to turn the key to lock and unlock. Still opens and shuts fine.-The odometer stopped working shortly after I purchased the car. I bought the vehicle an hour and a half drive away from where I live. The odometer was working fine when I bought it. I put some petrol in the car, and reset the trip meter. I heard a click from the dash cluster and once I started driving again noticed the odometer had stopped working. The service books and service sticker do confirm the km the car has done.-It’s missing the RH mirror adjusting knob-It’s missing the RH triangle piece that goes on the side of the dash. Can only be seen when drivers door is open.
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