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Old 17 Jan 2019, 18:15 (Ref:3876808)   #1
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Holden VP Commodore

Hoping someone can help me with a project I am doing?


I am trying to find the visual differences between the Holden Commodores VP, VR and VS.
So am looking for Line drawings or Templates of these cars.


Any help would be appreciated and if this is in the wrong section please feel free to move it..
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Old 17 Jan 2019, 22:13 (Ref:3876846)   #2
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not 2d drawings but higher res images of the cars, VR/S had subtle differences
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Old 17 Jan 2019, 22:45 (Ref:3876853)   #3
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The front lights and splitter are different between the VP and the later VR & VS!!
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Tail lights / back end treatment different too. More rounded than the VP. VP also had the squared off top of the rear wheel arches, whereas VR/VS were round.
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Vector templates are here, but you have to pay for them:

VP Template
VR Template
VS Template

The last two have small samples, which might be able to be used:
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Vector templates are here, but you have to pay for them:

VP Template
VR Template
VS Template

Many Thanks Forda..


Looking for the differences in Race Cars...
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Old 18 Jan 2019, 22:24 (Ref:3877090)   #7
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This site has Australian motorsport renderings, which are also for sale:
https://www.hughesmotorsportart.com/shop-heritage-1

Looking at the Perkins cars through that period:

VP


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Major differences between VP-VR/S

Subtle snout differences on the VR verses the VS
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Major differences between VP-VR/S

Subtle snout differences on the VR verses the VS
VR also had traction control.
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surprised no one has mentioned the end mount on the VP rear wing as opposed to centre mounted on the VR/VS
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