By Mike Willis
The iconic Australian car maker, Holden, was founded in the year 1919 and the Holden Commodore has proven to be one of its most classic and revered models in the market. In fact, the Commodore, followed by the Ute, has been the most popular vehicle every year since its inception. In more recent years the Astra, Captiva, and Cruze have all expanded Holden’s lineup and become quite popular themselves.
This is a company that has been in existence for quite a long time. As such, it makes logical sense that Rare Spares opts to partner with them and provide factory level quality with its auto spares for the available classic models. Such a partnership led to the onset of Rare Spares program known as the Holden Restoration Parts. Such a program is similar to the partnership that exists between the specialized outlets that produce items for the classic cars in the GM line. Currently, this program will allow owners of the classic models to discover good quality auto spares with little difficulty and with total confidence.
It becomes fairly obvious that the love for the many classic Holdens out there is a powerful one and if it was not then Rare Spares would never have launched such an expansive product line. Thankfully, the fit is assuredly a natural one. Rare Spares may not be as old of a company as Holden. But, it has been around for over three decades. The company was originally launched as a means of satisfying the demands made by classic Holden car owners. Such owners basically needed simple parts for common repairs and traditional restorations. Over time, Rare Spares has grown into a nationally recognized company that has outlets in all the Australian states and has even expanded into New Zealand.
However not all owners of old Holden’s drive beautifully restored classics and require brand new rare spares or want to pay for new parts when used or reconditioned ones will work perfectly well. As old Holden cars in Australia are so common, second hand auto spares or reconditioned auto spares can be sourced for a fraction of the price via specialty parts websites.
Most people will purchase new and rare spares on because they automatically assume reconditioned parts are produced from inferior quality items. This, however, is far from the truth of the matter. A great many used and second hand auto spares are on par with and can be considered significantly better than their counterparts which are brand new. Remember, a spare part that has been reconditioned and rebuilt has the potential to save you thousands of dollars on the purchase of a brand new equivalent.
Specialty auto parts sites offer unbelievably cheap auto spares for the Holden collection. Owners of everything from the original 48-215 (1948) to the popular VS Commodore (1990s) will be able to obtain auto spares and accessories for next to nothing. Auto spares for the FJ (1950s) and the EH (1960s) as well as the Toranas and Monaros (1970s) are those in highest demand, but enthusiasts will be able to get top quality auto spares for almost any of these models at a fraction of the price of a new spares.
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