Here is a list from holden with the last vf commodores made in australia for 2017 in each colour ,model ,and auto or manual .
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do you have any of the build data for the VF similar to here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vCIAqz21OjMDaHhFNjue-uDv__xqdjoWJIPyc4nFD04/edit?usp=sharing_eil&ts=5c86d483 ?Here is a list from holden with the last vf commodores made in australia for 2017 in each colour ,model ,and auto or manual .
That list is very detailed the only list I have seen is for the 2017 vf which is posted on here ,so I have had a bit of a look but couldn't find anything much but only car sales for each year for the sedan and sports wagon.do you have any of the build data for the VF similar to here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vCIAqz21OjMDaHhFNjue-uDv__xqdjoWJIPyc4nFD04/edit?usp=sharing_eil&ts=5c86d483 ?
Hi Jenny, I just noticed the list only shows colours for the SSV Redline in Sedan, Ute and Wagon forms - do you know if a list for all models was made available? Cheers PeterHere is a list from holden with the last vf commodores made in australia for 2017 in each colour ,model ,and auto or manual .
It depends on our kids when we move back - I have 2 year 11's about to start year 12 / Seniors - so Universities are next and they could elect either a US or Aust Uni as they are dual citizens - my 13 year old will jump at the chance to go live in Australia. Then the VF will get more use, although I have every intent to import my 2015 back to Australia - that might attract more attention with it being a left hand drive. I don't think I'll make any mods yet - maybe the kids will when its time to hand them over when I'm too old to driveyes it is a real shame what happened to holden ,I think the once proud lion will be pulled down from all dealerships and they will just be chevrolet dealers our family are holden through and through going back to fjs ,ej ,hr ,eh ,lc/lj,hj ,vl and vf our first new cars ,true holden people wont touch anything anymore to do with holden ,the cars are just all so plain and look the same once upon a time there was real excitement with a new model coming out and you could always know what was a holden or a ford ,not anymore.we can just be thankful that at a time in our lives we were able to buy the best and last holdens brand new and made in australia,which other future generations will never be able to .i was lucky with my sedan I also got the 7 year warranty which is good piece of mind ,I dont think you are never going to wear your car out you should save your oil changes for another car LOL.are you going to come back to melbourne to live permanently so you can drive your car and if so are you going to do any modifications to it ?I know where hsv is in ferntree gully when I was looking to buy my sedan I went there and had a look at there cars but they were dear with there prices so I ended up get my car at hsv bundoora they had a good price with 7 year warranty so i jumped at it and so glade I did just love driving the car it's great ,just waiting for some nicer weather to come so I can go on some commodore ss car cruises with other ss owners .
Yes VF 2 2017 redlines are wanted you are right about the zb commodore no one wants them cars and the resale price is very low too ,if you are in australia there is a magazine out called survivor car valuation guide to aussie cars so you can check that out see link below and i have add a link to carsales valuation guide which give you some idea on price.That's interesting about VFs still being in demand. A mate of mine buys cars for dealers at auctions and he told me the same. Dealers will grab VFs as there is still a very strong demand for them but they are not interested in ZBs. No one wants them.
On another note, my insurance company automatically increased the agreed value of my Redline by $6700 without me asking so I wonder if VFs are holding or increasing their value?