Extremely rare 2004 HSV The GTS 300 Coupe 3 is up for sale in Australia and may sell as much as a used Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4.
Special Holden machines created the GTO and GTS Coupe models as the final version of the Holden Monaro, which was sold in Australia. It has been produced in the I Series, Series II and Series III for many years, and this particular car is one of the 2004 models. Particularly desirable is the fact that the series III machines had to be specially ordered, and only 24 units were built. This is car number 24.
The car is powered by an LS1 V8 with a power output of at least 402 hp, which drives the rear wheels via a six-speed Tremec T56 manual transmission and a HydraTrak limited-slip differential.
The car with great power you need big brakes, and that’s exactly what the HSV GTS 300 Coupe 3 has. transverse drilling and slots with four-piston calipers.
Australian sale Muscle Car sells the car and notes that it is painted in a black shade called Phantom Mica. This black paint contrasts with the gray accents on the front bumper, side skirts and rear bumper. It is sold with an HSV verification certificate, original owner’s instructions, magazines and a letter from HSV confirming that it became the last built GTS 300 Coupe.
The cabin of this rare HSV creation has seats upholstered in black leather. Also striking are some green-lit appliances, including climate control, radio, odometer and fuel sensor.
Since leaving the Victorian HSV plant almost two decades ago, the car has traveled just 37,284 km (23,167 miles). The dealer will accept offers over 250,000 Australian dollars ($ 180,000), which is roughly the price of a used Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 in Australia.
The Australian 2004 HSV GTS 300 Coupe will cost you as much as a used Gallardo
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