HOLDEN AND replica parts-maker Rare Spares have teamed up to offer a new line of replacement parts for classic Holden cars, giving enthusiasts access to components manufactured with original Holden tooling.
The program, called Holden Restoration Parts by Rare Spares, includes parts stretching from the company's first car, the 48-215, through to the 1995-1997 VS Commodore.
“Holden and Rare Spares have a shared vision of seeing historic Holden vehicles admired and driven long after they have left the showroom,” Holden Aftersales Director, John Scotton said.
“It was a natural fit for our organisations to come together to offer Holden enthusiasts access to parts and accessories that will assist them to restore their vehicles back to Holden’s original standards.”
Through the Holden Restoration Parts line, restorers will have access to badges, decals, wheel caps and trims, engine and cooling components, electrical components, lamps and lenses.
Although Rare Spares has long offered a line of Holden parts, the new partnership with Holden has been designed to improve availability and pricing.
“Making low volume parts at an affordable price can be difficult, so working with Holden will allow us to rapidly increase the number of products under the new brand, as well as enabling us to ensure quality and consistent supply of existing product,” Rare Spares General Manager, David Rayner said.
“We look forward to being able to extend these benefits to Holden restorers, so that they can continue to bring their classic Holdens back to A1 condition for generations to come.”
The Holden Restoration Parts range can be seen at www.holdenrestorationparts.com.au.