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Holden SS Brock Commodore 1982

  • Closed: Thu 17 May 2012, 12:00 am
Listing #: 472140391
 
Features: Alloy wheels
Here is an opportunity to buy a rare factory car produced for racing, specifically Benson and Hedges series which these cars dominated in the early 1980's.

Built by Holden in New Zealand with input from Peter and Phil Brock. A genuine factory race special.

The fastest commodore at the time (including other Brocks) and the rarest of the brock commodores. 0 - 100kmh in 6.5 seconds.

These cars were very successful in New Zealand motor racing and driven by Brock, Francevic, Oxton, Hulme, Janson etc. Built in secrecy to secure Holden the 1980's NZ Benson and Hedges Touring Car Series against the Fords (which they achieved).

This is one of only 30 produced, and one of very few original examples remaining. It has been carefully looked after and is in excellent condition.

Genuine low kilometers.

This car has also featured recently in G-Force magazine.

Still has factory features, some of which include: race oil cooler, long range fuel tank, heat shielded clutch cable, factory Simmons wheels (including spare), cold air ducting, fuel line routed along chassis rail, houndstooth seat covers and other performance parts as per the original build. Original steering wheel included.

Many of the 30 have been damaged and written off over the years, this is likely to be one of the few left in original condition.

Has correct GMH tag and original engine.

Will have WOF and 6 Month Registration on sale.

For more information on these cars and their race history see http://www.brock05.com/kiwi.php and a recent article in Australian Muscle Car Magazine.

Search words: Bathurst motorsport hdt historic race limited homologation vh vk vl

Shipping details

  • To be arranged
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: Thames, Waikato, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit

About the seller

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  • Member since Mar 2004

Closes: Thu 17 May, 12:00 am. 2012