1984 Holden Commodore VK Berlina – Today’s Tempter

By: Alex Affat, Unique Cars magazine

VK Berlina VK Berlina

87,000ks with original paint and like-new interior

Holden’s VK range of Commodore introduced the era of plastic bumpers, with production spanning two years from 1984 to 1986.

The car also gained rear quarter windows for a greater glasshouse and airy cabin, as well as a new grille and tail light assemblies.

Under the bonnet, buyers could opt for a choice of two six-cylinder black motors – either carburetted or EFI; as well as two V8 options. Gearbox options included either a four or five-speed manual or three-speed automatic gearbox.

This first-year VK Berlina looks like a quite a find it all is as described.

Fitted with the 3.3lt six and three-speed auto, the car bears a reported 87,000ks on the clock and has received new tyres 12 months ago. The car retains its original Everglade paint and the avocado velour interior presents like-new.

The seller states that the car has "good" suspension, steering, engine, transmission and brakes - "literally nothing to do".

Overall, the old Berlina looks incredibly well-kept and has obviously been loved. It’s rare to find one in such surviving and pristine condition – it could well be worth a look!

The VK is based in Victoria, and is listed for $16,500 (or nearest offer).

Check out the full listing here!


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