baudman wrote:They know their target market?
http://theage.drive.com.au/motor-news/p ... 1lnx0.html
HDT will take a customer-supplied Commodore SS or SS-V and, for $43,000, tweak the 6.0-litre V8 engine out to 350kW and 610Nm (from 270kW/530Nm), as well as add HDT-tuned Bilstein suspension, special paintwork, Group A body styling, a retro-inspired interior, 20-inch wheels and tyres and, of course, the Polariser.
We're in the wrong game.
$43k for a mild chip-tune of a ridiculously over-powered truck engine, some bolt-on suspension and tupperware exterior trim, and a paint job .
Oh, and a box of crystals and springs, infused with Bev Brock's magic.
 I assume this will be grey rattle-can spray-filler, aka "Toongabbie Topcoat", for that authentic VL Commodore feel