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Great Car Overall For Its Day — performance:the 179 is still going strong after 46 years with a monthly check up build quality:good considering its a 46 year old car fair amount of rust but fixable appearance:chunky body lines built like a brick but are cool cost of owner ship:isnt overly great on fuel but needs a better tune fun factor:not real fun but your always cruisin in style

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: cool styling

Cons: steering wonders slightly

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Best Holden Ever Made — one of the fastests cars from 1964 20 sec down the 1/4 braking is pretty good handling is good aswell build quality is great interior is great with buckets seats up front red carpet white streeing wheel white gear nobs exterior BEST LOOKING HOLDEN EVER MADE lovely hips.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: it looks great

Cons: none everybody should one

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Excellent Eh Ute Even Better When Finished — MYEHUTE has never had a proper restore the body is in original condition just had a cheap respray over the original paint. never had any rust removed as it does not have much. currently has cheap jap crap buckets seats, worked 202 yella terra head 30 thou flat top piston small to medium sized cam shaft. starfire conrods, extractors and 320 economaster holley on a dingo manifold, in front of a m21 aussie 4 speed manual and 3.08 banjo diff with a balanced tailshaft and a exedy high perfomance clutch, goes very hard and very economical using about 9.5 litres of fuel per 100 ks, has hr ball joint front end with power boosted LH torana discs and a chrome hr rear housing. handles very well for 64 eh

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: drives great goes hard and turns heads

Cons: nothing

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Eh 1964 — Eh holden 186 red motor, 4 speed manual, HR front end, custom bucket seats. had the side windows plated up. i built the car twice after i crashed it. had it resprayed and all chrome redone. very good car but had to sell for my gt project

Pros: looks

Cons: low in power

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Eh: Piece Of Aussie History — The EH has a slow take off but better performance in the top end. Ive had her to right on 100mph but had to back off quickly before I drifted off the country road. The handling is like that of a tractor. Steering wheel has a lot of give before the steering responds. It is in original condition apart from surface rust etc being taken out, being on gas conversion and having an am/fm radio installed. Complete with bench seats, automatic colum shift, high beam light switch on the floor, jesus straps in the back & no seat belts, it's just like the day it roll off the factory production line. It's green with a white roof with matching interior, (all vinyl). It's an awesum cruiser for the Sunday drive or weekday down the coast. As my first car, I love her.

Pros: It's hydormatic!

Cons: Nothing to report

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1963 Holden EH Reviews

Will Be A Complete Package When The Engine, Gearbox And Drivetrain Gets Replaced. By Chris

Performance is rubbish - 45 year old technology will do that. No acceleration, no braking, no handling. Build quality is good - everything was built a little bit better back then. Appearance is eve... Read More

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