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1992 Holden StatesmanReview
Eddie writes:
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Its Mine!! — my baby took 3 years to finish but 4 years to make it on the road.. in the end i had to take over the family car so it could see the road and if i had to do it again i would.. the only thing that i would change is more power!!

Pros: you cant

Cons: its mine

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1992 Holden StatesmanReview
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Vq Statesman / Caprice —

OK here is my 1992 VQ Caprice Starting with a luxury model makes the job even easier!!! The statesmans look great, but the Caprice just adds style. This particular model rolled off Fishermans Bend in 1992. Dressed in blue over silver, the paint looks stunning. No aftermarket bodykit has been fitted here, just the pure classy style of the factory caprice kit is all that is needed. Bringing it down closer to mother earth comes courtesy of lowered springs, slamming the body over the 18inch RJR Torque wheels. Putting out power comes courtesy of the venerable Holden 5 litre. Modifications to the motor so far include a 70mm throttle body and Cold air induction to help the beast ingest more air and crow cam and ECU on the way. After the combustion process takes place, exhaust gases exit via Pacemaker Headers, and a dual 2 1/2inch system takes it all the way to the rear. Power is estimated to be around 215hp at the wheels, meaning this Caprice is no slug at all!!! The rest of the drivetrain is stock at the present time, but for a daily driver who needs much more really??? Getting into the comfort zone is where this beauty really pleases. Sliding into the comfortable Leather Caprice seats feels like heaven everytime. Woodgrain surrounds your in luxurious bliss. Aural sounds come via an Alpine stereo system, the v8 burble

Pros: All round great car and fun to drive.

Cons: 80ltr tank with the price of fuel.

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