Muscle Car Stables is proud to present for sale the following HDT VK Director.
The vehicle is in great condition and is a matching numbers vehicle with extensive paperwork and documentation. .
This HDT Classic is a credit to its current owner who is a really fussy guy!
The vehicle has been fully Maintained and Serviced
HDT Build Number # 3408 was sold originally through City Holden
This HDT Classic decodes as follows:
Trim: 74V : Coppertone Leather
Paint: 1J052 – D : Alpine White
Eng: LV2: 4.9L V8
Trans: M40 : 3 Speed Trimatic
VK Series 2 Holden Built 11/85
Has Long Range 90 Litre HDT Fuel Tank Factory Ordered
HDT Momo Flyer Steering Wheel
The following has been done –
New 19 Inch Aeros with New Pirelli Pzeros 245/35/19 Tyres
Refurbished Original Radiator
High pressure fuel pump fitted
Working cold Air-Conditioning
Fully refurnished Leather seats/ Seats appear extra glossy due to the leather conditioner
Original Engine has had a refresh
Original GM Headlights
Front Rear HDT Bumper Skirts newly painted and fitted professional
New HDT Reverse Bonnet Scoop
New HDT Side Skirts
New Brake Pads fitted recently
The car has been fully serviced and maintained
Original Eurovox Peter Brock Radio with buillt-in Amplifier in the Head unit Model MCC 2258
Extensive Paperwork and Certified Vehicle certification from HDT
All central Locking and Power windows and electric mirrors all work
Alarm System and Immobiliser fitted.
For more information / photos / organise an inspection please call Chester on 0414 239 028
ABOUT THE HDT VK DIRECTOR
The VK Calais Director was based on Holden’s Calais, the top of the range model in the VK Series. From factory, the cars came equipped with such luxuries as electric windows, cruise control, plush velour interior and electric mirrors to name just a few of the luxury items as fitted standard.
Many customers had stated they wanted a Brock vehicle, but did not necessarily want to advertise the fact, they wanted an understated car with some or all of the performance and luxury enhancements on offer, so the Director could be built to just about any specification.
This meant that few Directors looked alike and with options like T5G 5 speed, sunroof, Scheel seats, various body kit parts, suspension, wheels and more, there was a lot to choose from.
The cars had to have a minimum amount of modifications to be allocated a build plate, but some looked nothing more than a Calais with a set of wheels, right up to the fully optioned Group 3 kitted cars with 5 speeds and leather Scheel interior’s.
Although referred to as a Director, they were actually allocated the code 333 for the automatic Calais