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2005 Holden Monaro/Pontiac - LHD built by GM

Holden
Make
Monaro
Model
2005
Year
Calder Park VIC, Australia
Location
Roll Cage

This left-hand-drive, GM Australia-built Holden Monaro is a real head-turner and the perfect car for the collector, professional racer or track day enthusiast – or the same person all wrapped up into one!

The Monaro was assembled by GM Holden at Elizabeth in South Australia and is believed to be one of only a handful of left-hand-drive examples in the country.

The odometer reads 31,739kms of which the vast majority (~31,000kms) were driven by Holden engineers at the Lang Lang proving ground in preparation for the Pontiac export program. The car was subsequently purchased by Fastrack 15 years ago where it was predominantly used as a promotional vehicle for photoshoots and marketing events. The decision was made in 2022 to turn it into a dedicated track experience car at which point it was also painted inside and out. Since the modifications were made, the car has travelled fewer than 500kms of which were done at a test day at Sandown. The car has never been involved in door-to-door racing and now the new owner can decide exactly what the future holds for this special GM vehicle.

Equipped with a Gen IV 6.0 litre LS2 V8 engine, it puts down 298kw (400hp) at 6,000 RPM which is good for a sub 5 second 0-100km/h sprint. Featuring a six-speed manual Tremec T56 gearbox, it also has a Harrop diff cover for increased oil capacity as well as a custom exhaust with VS extractors by Impact Motorsport.

From a braking and suspension point of view, the GTO boasts Bilstein suspension all-round as well as high-performance AP Racing calipers (with brand new slotted DBA rotors recently installed to the front). The wheels have been upgraded to a set of Lenso D-Spec-E alloys (18x9.5) wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport racing slicks.

Inside the car it is all business – and the level of fit and finish is of an extremely high standard. Driver comfort is taken care of via a RPM race seat and RPM harness and from a safety perspective, a national spec roll cage (manufactured by Race Cred Engineering) is ready for Motorsport Australia certification. A custom console (including push-button start) has been installed as well as a suede steering wheel.

This unique piece of Australian muscle car history would be perfect to take to the track to race in categories including Sports Sedans, Super TT, Vic V8s and QLD Touring Cars. Conversely, it would look just as good as part of a collection or for the occasional track or club day.

Either way you look at it, this is an incredible opportunity to acquire a unique piece of GM muscle car history that is being offered for the first time to general public in over 15 years. Place a bid now to make it yours.