A story of Warringtons

After proposing to Tracy in an HT Monaro, Scott had to kiss goodbye to his other loves, his classic Holden cars, to buy their first home. Tracy promised she would make up for this sacrifice, and true to her word, between them they now have thirteen Holden vehicles.

60 Years Loyal

"We love restoring Holdens back to their former glory, getting them as close to the original as we can. We spend hours trawling Holden forums and Trademe looking for the right parts. The wait is always worth it. Patience helps us build award winning cars" says Scott.

60 Years Loyal

Holden V2 Monaro CV8

The coupe made the transition from concept to Monaro reality in just 22 months and was shown as a production vehicle at the 2001 Sydney International Motor Show before being sent to showrooms.

2001 Monaro

A true four-seater machine, it was distinguished by sleek, expressive styling, a vibrant colour palette matched to individually tailored interior finishes, innovative seating, leading safety technology and luxury sports vehicle dynamics.

3.6L Supercharged V6,
5.7L V8

6-speed manual transmission,
4-speed automatic transmission

Length: 4789 mm
Wheelbase: 2788 mm
Width: 1841 mm

Available in 2 model variants

Holden Rodeo

The third generation Holden RA Rodeo was launched in 2003.
The Rodeo nameplate ran until 2008 when it was rebadged Colorado.

2003 RA Rodeo

A sharper, more imposing and more capable LCV than ever before. With its aggressive front end, bold headlights and distinctive wheel arches, the Rodeo stamped its individuality and authority from the word go.

2.4-L 4 cylinder,
3.5L V6 Petrol,
3-L turbo diesel

5-speed manual transmission,
4-speed automatic transmission

Length: 5000 mm
Wheelbase: 3200 mm
Width: 1800 mm

Available in 32 model variants

Holden VE Commodore

VE heralded in a new generation of Holden Commodore. It was the first Commodore to be developed exclusively locally - as opposed to all previous models which used Opel-sourced platforms. In its seven years of development from 1999, the car came to be Holden's largest and most expensive project with over 3.4 million kilometres of testing. Here in New Zealand, it consistently outsold rivals in the large car segment.

2006 VE Commodore

All new body wide stance accentuated by prominent wheel arches, short overhangs, stretched wheelbase. High belt line, larger body-to-glass proportion, 'hockey stick' C pillar graphic, trapezoidal grille large air intake, high decklid.

3.6L V6 Petrol, 3.6L high output V6,
3.6L LPG V6, 6.0-litre V8

4-speed automatic transmission,
5-speed manual,
5-speed automatic transmission
with Active Select,
6-speed manual,
6-speed automatic transmission
with Active Select

Length: 4894 mm
Wheelbase: 2915 mm
Width: 1899 mm

Available in 7 model variants

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