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Discussion in 'Land' started by Onesmolmexican, May 14, 2022.
i heard one go canceled so i guess i have to step in
It's already nerly in game and I started today still hase alot of work tho to get it in good condition
im looking forward to it, good luck!
Is this a 3D scan of a real VF SS?
No idk about the outside tho I normally get a pre made base then heavily modify it and texture it
Oh I love Holdens. I think I may be a secret Australian inside.
Will there be a Chevy variant?
My opinion. I hate when people do that... But if I have to ig maby
on bags, new rims, textures and more
well, Holdens are just Chevys rebadged for the Australian market.
fixed that for you
really? i always thought they were Chevys. because they shared similar names (Chevy SS in this case)
-The original 48-215 was based on the Opel Olympia OL38 with a Pontiac prototype engine (and everything until the 70s was gradually evolved from that)
-Then the VB-VL Commodore was an Opel Rekord E with a Senator A front end stuck on, so it could fit a Holden "Red" I6 from the late 60s (unrelated to the aforementioned Pontiac engine).
-The VN-VS Commodore was a widened Opel Senator B with a Buick 3800 or Holden 5.0 V8,
-The VT-VZ Commodore was basically a restyled Omega B with a newer Buick V6 or LS.
-The VE/VF Commodore like this one however, used the Zeta platform made specifically for it (though it probably borrowed a bunch of engineering from the previous opels) and the only non-Holden designed car to be built on the Zeta was the 5th gen Camaro.
All VFs were manufactured in Adelaide, Australia. GM then put Chevy badges on them and sold them as Chevy SS in America
how much glue have you consumed my fine sir?
I think you mean Chevy SS's are just holden's rebadged for the US market?
the chevy ss is a rebadged holden commodore for the us market