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    How to Get A Right-Hand Drive Camaro ZL1 in Australia

      If you really want a Camaro ZL1 in Australia, there is a company that will help (But it will cost you)

    Those who want some V8 muscle after the current Holden Commodore goes away have a new option from an Australian company. Motor reports that Crossover Car Conversions (CCC) has announced they can import a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and convert it to right-hand drive for only $150,000 AUD (yikes!).

    What does this $150,000 AUD sum get you? First, it gets you the Camaro that will cost $79,000 AUD. Here is the rest of the pricing breakdown:

    • Shipping - $5,000
    • 5 percent import tariff - $3,000
    • Luxury Car Tax (LCT) - $6209
    • GST - $8200
    • Conversion to RHD: $44,000

    The process will take around six months with the conversion taking about eight to ten weeks.

    But if you can hold off, there is the possibility of the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro arriving in Australia in 2021 or later.

    Source: Motor

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    If this company can convert a current Impala body onto a Camaro platform to make a 4-door LT1 V8 sedan, then I would pay for that.

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    37 minutes ago, aurora97 said:

    If this company can convert a current Impala body onto a Camaro platform to make a 4-door LT1 V8 sedan, then I would pay for that.

    That would ROCK  :metal:

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    Or you live in the western part of the country were the RHD is not enforced. I ace a few customers there with LHD and all say it is not enforced like the rest of the country.

    also you can wait a couple years and just buy a RHD when Chevy upgrades

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