In Australia, one of the most recognizable vehicles anywhere in the country is a ...
In Australia, one of the most recognizable vehicles anywhere in the country is a VL-generation Holden Commodore. Produced between 1986 and 1988, the VL-generation Holden Comodore is loved by many down under and loathed by many others.
No matter what your personal opinions about the VL-generation Holden Commodore are, there are the select number that have been so beautifully modified that they deserve the utmost respect. And the following example is one of them.
Built by the bloke named Huss, this VL Commodore is far from standard. As the matter of fact, the only remnants of the Commodore are its body and skin, the rest comes from the Nissan Skyline GT-R.
This project went far beyond the simple engine swap and involved Huss cutting the VL body off its standard platform, then mating it onto the chassis of the R33 GT-R.
Power comes from the Nissan’s famed RB26 six-cylinder that has been stroked to the 2.7-liters and the rest of the driveline comes from the R34 GT-R, including the six-speed manual transmission.
All up, it delivers the truly insane 871 horsepower (650 kw) at all four wheels (over 1,000 horsepower at the crank), making it the absolute monster capable of outperforming pretty much everything on the street.
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