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Left hand drive...pretty unique.....hard to find parts for I reckon...

And what about that price? They are really frickin' nuts! For a 4.3 cu engine.

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The neatest thing about that picture is the Holden dealer in the background.
 
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Very cool car, love to see that wheel on the other side :D
 
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Originally posted by Caprice Freak:
[QB] Left hand drive...pretty unique.....hard to find parts for I reckon...

And what about that price? They are really frickin' nuts! For a 4.3 cu engine.

Caprice
This is Right hand drive, not left.

I want to see some interior pics!
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I've never seen a right hand drive caprice before. Very interesting to say the least! I sent the seller an email wanting pictures of the interior. I hope that he responds back, and emails me pictures of the interior. I thought that GM only built Caprices for the US, not other countries.
 
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That price is in Aus $, not US $! My sister is buying a '91 Cap from a customer - orig owner, garaged.
 
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Originally posted by jayrw123:
I've never seen a right hand drive caprice before. Very interesting to say the least! I sent the seller an email wanting pictures of the interior. I hope that he responds back, and emails me pictures of the interior. I thought that GM only built Caprices for the US, not other countries.
It's custom made, not made like that. It says the company name who did the conversion.
 
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It's not a GM produced RHD vehicle. It was converted in Australia. You cannot drive a left hand drive vehicle over there. It must be converted.

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Lot of money....expensive conversion of the car...

And yeah, sorry, I meant right hand drive...hehehehhe :D
 
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Originally posted by mass9c1:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Those are t-84's right?
T-84 headlights only came on the 91-93 years of export caprices </font>[/QUOTE]Look closer.....those are T84's.....Check the size of the headlamp for the turnsignal and the one for the headlamp.
 
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They might not be T84's...they're just not US spec lights...T84's are germany spec...could be a different one for australia. T84's on the wrong side of the road would blind oncoming traffic pretty bad I think.
 
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They might not be T84's...they're just not US spec lights...
Correct. Most likely, they are T85s which are more-or-less the RHD version of T84s.

T85s would blind oncoming traffic BADLY if driven in a LHD country like the US.
 
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So...they are the limey version of the T84......then I was sort of right... :D :D :D

When will I learn to shut up when required....
 
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