Venus red HDT VK Calais Director, built in April 1985.
Reasonable kilometres showing 162,518 kms and in fairly good original condition.
Comes complete with its original motor and 5 speed manual gearbox, (was originally a 4 speed manual M21).
The car is fitted with air-conditioning, power steering, and power windows.
The interior trim is in original condition (not re-trimmed), and the original Eurovox radio/cassette is still in place. The Calais digital dash works well.
The original steering wheel would be a 6 out of 10 with light cracks in the leather.
Has polished 16 inch Corvette polished Areos with new Goodyear tyres (Included in the sale are the original 15 inch Aero wheels).
The body and paint work is good condition.
Paperwork includes the original HDT paperwork signed by Brock, and is currently a NSW car and is unregistered.
4.9 litre V8 Motor
4 Speed Manual M21 (now has a 5 Speed Manual gearbox)
Air-conditioning (Needs re-gas)
HDT Engine Air Tray
HDT front and rear spoilers
Good original interior including the original carpet
HDT Paperwork (original to car).
Mechanically in great condition, sounds tuff and goes well.
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Some paint imperfections
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ABOUT THE HDT 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 and 334 for Manual Calais