1966 Holden HR premier X2 65,000 genuine miles only 2 owners from new 2 speed powerglide automatic
I have owned this car since 2007, within 12 months rust repairs and a full respray in the original colors was completed. The engine, gearbox, diff and brakes where all reconditioned at the same time; around the 51,000 mile mark. Since then the car has done many trips around the south island.
Engine is a 186cui with numbers matching (please note on Carjam it says the engine # is 186A not 186K but the rest of the engine number is correct. I suspect this was a typo at the time of registration, as it is also registered as a 1966 Holden premier "XZ") I can supply the full Carjam report on request.
Engine has just been rebuilt with new rings, bearings, lifters, roller rockers and larger valves. -Pistons +.030" (Pistons reused from re-build at 51,000 miles, but has new rings ) -Mains/BE -.010" -Mild cam grind (I have the sheet) -Alloy timing gear -10.3/compression -STA roller rockers (350 chev) -Carbs have adjustable main jets and a weber style balance linkage -Electronic ignition -New exhaust 2 1/4" -2 1/2" with O2 bungs for tuning
It is a well optioned car with: -Power disc brake front end -LSD -Spotlights -Wire light covers -Day/night reverse mirror -original Blackwells leather key pouch
Modifications: -Brakes are fully reconditioned with stainless sleeves in the master cylinder, the slave cylinders and the booster -Nolathane swaybar and rear spring bushes -Front spindles have been hard chromed and reground with new bearings -Diff bearings replaced -Auto reconditioned -New driveshaft UJ's and balance -Lowered around 30mm with new front springs and has had the rear springs reset -H4 semi sealed headlights with built in park lights -Orange bulbs in front indicators (no longer wired for both indicators and park lights) -Steering box brace -Electric fuel pump
Paint is a little rough and wheel arch trims need to be repaired