just read on drive.com.au that holden are going to bring back the torana
it will should be on the road with the new VE BOMADORE in 2007
ok well i think why
own and love
2003 BA falcon xt
jvc head unit
infinity amps and speakers
factory sat nav and colour icc
momo wheel and sports shift
ss inductions cold air intake
k&n air filter
xr seats and door trims
xr dash face
18" xr8 alloy wheels
xr body kit and spoiler
(already have just need to get repainted and fitted)
What difference would that make when u have only got 2.6L to push or pull it?
Some people just don't like FWD cars, no matter what engine powers them. And I think there's more to it then the size of the engine, there are also things like total weight / weight distribution / over/understeering...
For example, a 2 litre, 4 cyl engine in something like an Escort goes pretty well. A 4 cyl engine in something like an Lotus (can we say featherweight car?) goes even better...
1985 Ford XF Falcon GL.
4.1L carby Inline 6 cylinder crossflow engine, 3 speed auto, ZL Fairlane instrument cluster and seats, EA Fairmont 15" alloy wheels... Coming soon: Extractors and decent exhaust...
I was reading somewhere that cosworth developed the gen iv so when it comes out excellent.. has anyone else heard of this?
lol, hell no. That was something to do with the indy cars I think.
This is the sort of car my dad would love, he can't stand fwd cars (and Fords for that matter, but he doesn't seem to mind driving mine ) but doesn't want a car the size of a commy or falcon. They are just to big, he doesn't need the room in them. A new Torana would be perfect. Only problem maybe that he wants features, and this car from that report maybe to cheap it that area :hrm:
i'm a bit puzzled as to why they would use an imported engine instead of say a cut down (feature wise) 2.8L HFV6 built locally.
1992 Ford Falcon EB2 GLi sedan I6 A4
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