By - stuauchtrus
You're only a bogan if you rebadge a Holden with a Chev badge, not the other way around.
This is the truth.
You're also a dumb cunt, cause Chevys are shit, Holdens fukn rule cuntz!!
Very funny are you a comedian by chance?
Ay here's the real link for ya
I take my previous comment back, I'm completely fullfilled now.
Obviously not a good one, I wanted to be Rick rolled I was left disappointed.
[maybe this? not 100% sure though](https://youtu.be/-9r9o3gceO8)
Yeah that’s not true. Due to USA import laws, you can’t actually import a car less than 25 years old that has never been for sale in the USA
You’d have to import a Commodore, find a Chevy SS donor car for its USA VIN, and then swap all the Holden bits into it. Of course, none of this would make any sense, because the Chevy SS is literally a Commodore with the LS3, all the best options and Chevy badges
The car in the picture is just a Chevy SS with Commodore badges
you can import a car under 25 years old, needs to be a limited edition build cant recall the number. And is imported as show car, thats how AdamLZ on youtube got his r34 gtr skyline in America and registered.
Yeah, personal imports *into* the U.S. are not a thing unless it's 25 years old or more. Everything else is dodgy as.
Why import and not just buy a Chevy SS? They're already LHD and have the R8 motor?
No, it's probably the LHD VF Commodore, sold as the Chevy SS. This has just been given Commodore badging.
Built in Australia, exported to US with Chevy badging and left hand drive setup.
You don't see them too often.
Yeah rebadged with the CORRECT badge!
nice commo cunt
Actual Holden imports are worth quite a bit in the US especially the utes
Does it feel weird driving cars over in America? With the whole drive on the right hand side and the steering wheel being on the left hand side of the vehicle? I imagine it’d be a bit confusing or feel uncomfortable at 1st
Fuckin terrifying being in the front passenger seat.
Just reverse everything in your head, it's not so bad.
Hardest thing is crossing a big road or something and naturally you wanna go for the road/entrance on the left.
I live in Belgium and have driven in the UK. It’s full of blind spots. There are quite a few classic American cars in Australia. My old neighbour had a 65 Mustang that was left hand drive.
Driving a right hand drive car on the left side of the road wouldn’t be very common.
I see lots of UK cars in Belgium so that’s an example.
Takes a minute to stop walking up to the car in the wrong side, and if driving stick, I kept trying to put my hand through the door when changing gears, but no problem after 15-30 min.
And flipping on the wipers instead of the turn signal.
The hardest bit is trying to get used to holding the car straight through the torque steering with your off hand, while powering through the gears with your primary hand.
Where in NC? I just moved to Raleigh. Is there a good Aussie presence here?
Hey welcome. This is just south of Charlotte. There at least a few around that I've bumped into, not sure how prevalent though.
Thanks, maybe I’ll create a subreddit “AussieinNC”.
Fuck. Like some cunt with a Chevy badge and Elwood sticker but worse.
There's another one in Baltimore lol. But his is a cheavy with rebagged shit I think.
A Holden? In the states!? SACRILEGE.
Yeah, can see the cunts reflection in the Holden badge.
Those tires still have tread on them mate
If you don’t get rid of it I’m gonna give you a ticket