• Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Type: V8
  • VIN/Chassis: AVL025420M
  • Build Date: 11/1986
  • Odometer Reading: 347758 Kms Showing

Getting harder and harder to find…put this one away for the future.

Genuine Factory V8 Berlina and in very presentable condition.

2nd owner vehicle

HDT modifications done in 1988

Appears in the telemovie ‘The Newsreader’ released in 2021.

Country Victorian Car and appears to be rust free.

Attractive car, plenty of grunt and with an eye to the future this car will prove to be a very good investment.

The Holden Commodore (VL) is a mid-size car that was produced by the Australian manufacturer Holden from 1986 to 1988. It was the final iteration of the first generation of the Holden Commodore and included the luxury variant, Holden Calais (VL). Between February 1986 and August 1988, 151,801 VL model Commodores were built

The VL Commodore represented a substantial makeover of the VK, and would be the last of the mid-size Commodores until 2018.

The designers sought to soften the lines for the VL, rounding off the panels and introducing a small tail spoiler built into the boot lid. Holden also implemented rectangular headlamps as opposed to the square shaped ones fitted to earlier models. For the top-of-the-range Calais model, the design incorporated the use of semi-retracting headlight covers, the first for a production Holden. This had been previously attempted on the never released Torana GTR-X which featured fully retractable headlights. The Calais covered headlights were the same as the regular VL Commodore headlights.

Major changes were made to the dashboard with new instruments, touch switches mounted either side controlling wipers, rear window demister, electric antenna (Berlina/Calais), and the headlight switch moved from the right-hand dash side to the indicator stalk. Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning control graphics changed slightly, the center console offered more storage with new transmission shifter and surround.
To protect your investment vehicle bidders should consider at a minimum replacement of fuel, oil, fluids, filters and thorough brake inspection as vehicles may have been stationary for some time. Vehicles are sold as is off the floor – unregistered. No warranty expressed or implied, sold with all or any faults, and where applicable sold with Australian Government Import Approval.