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1967 Holden HR
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1967 Holden HR Pricing and Specs


The Holden HR 1967 prices range from $1,800 for the basic trim level Sedan HR Premier to $4,620 for the top of the range Wagon HR Special.

The Holden HR 1967 comes in Sedan, Ute and Wagon.

The Holden HR 1967 is available in Leaded Petrol.

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Holden HR Models SPECS PRICE
Premier 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $1,800 – 2,970
Special 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070
Special 3.0LLeaded Petrol3 speed manual $2,000 – 3,300
Standard 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070


Holden HR Models SPECS PRICE
(base) 3.0LLeaded Petrol3 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070
(base) 2.6LLeaded Petrol3 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070
(base) 2.6LLeaded Petrol3 speed manual $2,400 – 4,070
(base) 3.0LLeaded Petrol3 speed manual $2,400 – 4,070


Holden HR Models SPECS PRICE
Premier 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070
Special 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $2,700 – 4,620
Standard 3.0LLeaded Petrol2 speed automatic $2,400 – 4,070

Holden HR 1967 FAQs

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  • Should I replace the engine in my 2013 Holden Captiva?

    Depending on what sounds the engine is making will determine whether the engine is a throwaway or can be fixed. But if the consensus is that the engine in your car is beyond redemption, then I reckon a second-hand engine from a wrecked Captiva would be the best bet. I don’t think the car itself would be worth enough money to justify a rebuilt engine which could run to $10,000 or more.

    Nobody wants to tell you this, but fundamentally, the Captiva was a pretty ordinary car. Lots of owners had lots of transmission problems (which you already know about) and plenty of diesel engines destroyed their turbochargers and – in some cases – the rest of the engine in the process. The petrol V6 was no beacon of excellence either, with a terrifying propensity to consume timing chains.

    Who at Holden has rejected your claim for help in repairing the car? If it was the dealer, I’d simply go around that business and talk directly to Holden’s customer service department. The fact that the car has a full Holden service history might sway opinion at head office, but I wouldn’t be going to the bank on it given the age of the vehicle.

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  • What transmission box do I have in my 2007 Holden Commodore VE?

    It all depends on what engine is fitted to your car, Karen, as Holden used a range of gearboxes in this series of Commodores. If your car is the base-model version (the Omega) it will be fitted with a four-speed automatic (code-named the 4L60E). If your car is an SV6, it will have either a five-speed automatic (5L40E) or a six-speed manual (the Aisin D173/AY6 unit). If your car is a V8 Commodore, it will have either the six-speed automatic (6L80) or a six-speed manual (Tremec T56) fitted.

    Of all those transmission options, the five-speed automatic was the odd one out as it was only used from the launch of the VE until the first facelift in 2008 when it was replaced by a six-speed automatic.

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  • Does my 2001 Holden Barina need a new clutch?

    By 'rides' I’ll assume you mean 'slips', which then slowly allows the car to build up to speed (as in, the rest of the car catches up with the engine). There are two major causes of this, the first is a clutch that is out of adjustment, and the second is a clutch that really needs replacement.

    The problem you have, though, is that even if the clutch on the Barina is adjustable (and some clutches aren’t) the fact that you’ve been driving it with the clutch slipping suggests that you’ve already damaged the clutch to the point where it would need to be replaced anyway. Continuing to drive it can also put 'hot-spots' on the car’s flywheel (to which the clutch attaches) and that can mean the flywheel also needs to be resurfaced when you replace the clutch.

    I reckon, at the minimum, you’re looking at a new clutch kit. Ignoring it will eventually wind up with the clutch expiring completely and you walking home.

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