What does Holden BT1 mean?
BT1 – national police pack.
What is a VN Calais worth?
The Holden Calais is available from $31,400 to $54,230 for the 2020 range of models in Hatchback and Wagon body types.
How much is a VH SLE worth?
|Price $19,700* Price Guide (EGC)||Transmission Automatic|
|Badge SLE||Number of Gears 3|
|Series VH||Drive Rear Wheel Drive|
|Body Sedan||FuelType Petrol|
|No. Doors 4||Release Year 1983|
How many VN Aero were built?
Limited to just 77 examples, the VN HDT Aero was a comprehensively different package compared to the car it was based on.
What does P car mean on a Commodore?
yes. P/CAR is passenger car…
What is a VS Commodore?
The Holden Commodore (VS) is an executive car which was produced by Holden from 1995 to 1997 and 2000 for utility versions. It was the fourth and final iteration of the second generation of the Commodore. The range included the luxury variants, Holden Berlina (VS) and Holden Calais (VS).
Are VN Commodores reliable?
Although the VN Commodore proved to be more reliable than the ill-starred EA Falcon, it wasn’t trouble-free. Most problems were sorted out during the warranty period but a few occurred later. Premature front tyre wear was common.
Is a Calais a Commodore?
Initially introduced as a single sedan body style, the range expanded in 1979 to include a station wagon. From 1984, Holden began branding the flagship model as Holden Calais, with the Commodore Berlina introduced in 1984 gaining independent Holden Berlina nomenclature in 1988.
What year is a VB Commodore?
|Holden Commodore (VB)|
|Production||October 1978 – March 1980|
|Assembly||Australia: Dandenong, Victoria; Pagewood, New South Wales New Zealand: Trentham|
|Body and chassis|
How much does a VN Commodore weight?
|Holden Commodore (VN)|
|Length||4,850 mm (191 in)–4,896 mm (192.8 in)|
|Width||1,794 mm (70.6 in)–1,802 mm (70.9 in)|
|Height||1,400 mm (55 in)–1,474 mm (58.0 in)|
|Curb weight||1,311 kg (2,890 lb)–1,492 kg (3,289 lb)|
Is there a VN ute?
It was based upon the Holden Commodore VN) released in 1988, and was the first utility in Holden’s Commodore range….
|Holden Utility (VG)|
|Manufacturer||Holden (General Motors)|
|Also called||Holden Ute (VG)|
|Production||August 1990–December 1991|
|Assembly||Australia: Elizabeth, South Australia|
How much is a VP Commodore Ute worth?
|*Private Price Guide||$8,800 – $11,900|
|*Trade In Price Guide||$5,700 – $8,800|
|*Price When New||$25,362* Price Guide (EGC)|
What kind of engine does a VN Commodore BT1 have?
1991 Holden VN Commodore BT1 factory 5.0 V8 ex Shepperton, VIC Police Highway Patrol car. This BT1 has been restored to showroom condition in 2016. Resprayed in its original Alpine White using a solid 2 pack PPG application. Interior is original and immaculate.
What is the VN BT1 police car?
Excellent example of the VN BT1 Police car. Originally an Uladulah, Sth Coast NSW Police car, purchased with 47,000klms on the clock after 6 mths with the Police and has been exceptionally well kept and always garaged by one one term owner of 22 years and another ex Police man for the last 5 years.
What are the features of a BT1 police pack?
Standard BT1 Police Pack features including the original under-body bash plate, high performance LSD, FE2 suspension, 15 by 7 inch Interceptor rims, a new 90L long range fuel tank with new internal pump and hoses, BT1 interior lighting and unique instrument cluster.