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Starting in October 2009, new Camaros are available for sale in Australia!

According to CarAdvice.com, Performax International (Queensland) will be the first company to import and convert the cars to right hand drive in Australia.

Performax's Nick Vandenberg says the converted, ADR approved and road registrable Camaro, will cost around $130-150,000 (AU). They recommend you act quick as many orders are already in the queue.

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What's the average yearly income per person in Oz? That's a lot of dough, in the US we would start to pay in that range for what would be considered exotic.
Things are expensive in AU.
Not to mention the import and conversion costs.
 

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Holden has such a huge impact on their culture, I doubt these pricey camaros will get off the ground. They just love those UTEs and I saw a lot of them there last month during my visit. They have UTEs like we have silverados and F150's. I wish I could move there! What fun people!
 

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Back in the 90's I was overseas in Turkey and saw a Dodge Neon in the paper for sale for the equivalent of $45,000 US dollars. It was a fancy import to them. Just like in germany everyone drives a mercedes...
 
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