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Oct142005

FJ Holden Reincarnated

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Grrrr!
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don't slam the door!
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like a Cord eh?
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nice arse
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6 litres Supercharged Chevy Corvette
Friday October 14

The EFIJY Concept car unveiled today by General Motors Holden at the Australian International Motor Show. A contemporary interpretation of the iconic FJ Holden of 1953. Packs a 6 Litre Supercharged Chevrolet Corvette V8 producing performance to match a V8 Supercar. The body is in fibreglass so no-one is game enough to see what it can do. Nice lines huh?
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The original 1953 FJ Holden

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Reader Comments (3)

I wouldn't mind pulling that into my garage.
October 15, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterAzu
Azu mate, It's seriously sick isn't it! I had an old FJ years ago. Dropped the tailshaft in it and when I came back to get it a drunk driver had smacked into it and totalled it. They had 16 inch wheels and really skinny tyres, crap brakes and steering and handled like a marshmallow. But the curves were nice. But this thing is something else. It's borrowed the grill from the original. The car is 5.2 Metres long BTW - about 17 feet, I think. The colour is called "Soprano Purple"! C.U.
October 15, 2005 | Unregistered Commenterlambe, paris
Damnnnnnnnnnnn she's definetly a problem!! Not intended for production? That really makes no sense, why wouldn't Chevy try to do something right for once, give us guys between the ages of 18 & 36 a chance to drive a cheavy that were proud of. Most guys my age go for the foreign cars, this car would definetly help the american car market. If you don't believe me, look at what the Dodge Charger is doing right now!!!!!!
December 21, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterBig WILL

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