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    Edit: just read the comments. Hope the BA works out great for you congrats.

    BA's are good cars as a general, so I hope your check shows up all clear and you can enjoy your new car.



    My reply before reading was - I would go the VX over the BA. Some early BA's had a few problems however the VX was reasonably problem free as it was all sorted out from the problems the VT's (model before and VT's were basically lemons) had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluckcluck View Post
    Not the Holden. I had a 1999 vt commodore and it was a lemon. Not sure if fords are any better
    Agree with this. We had a VT calais and it was a heap of 5hi7. I absolutely hated it.

    But honestly I'd avoid both of those. Im not sure what your budget is but I just wouldnt trust either of those model cars but I speak from a position of being put through hell by my old car, I am extremely fussy now.

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