Holden Commodore Wrecker Adelaide
The Holden Commodore is a full-size sedan manufactured from 1978 to 2017 in Australia.
JCS Parts started out a dedicated Holden Commodore wrecker and still have one of the largest selections of later model Commodore parts in Adelaide. We have racks of parts for Commodores through VT, VX, VY, VZ, VE, VF and ZB including replacement engines, gearboxes, transmissions, suspension, electrics, glass, brakes, wheels, tailgates, trays, canopies and body panels.
Browse our web store for used parts in stock. We ship spare parts anywhere in Australia.
If we don't have what you're looking for, contact us, and we will find the part for you.
About Holden Commodore
The Holden Commodore name was taken from the Opel Commodore, with a chassis and body based on a hybrid Opel Rekord-Senator. The changes to Opel platforms were required to suit Australian conditions, including larger 6 and 8 cylinder Holden engines. From the mid-80s, Holden introduced the Calais and Berlina models and long wheel-base Holden Caprice and Statesman
In the Late 80s, the Holden Commodore was redesigned and starting with the VN became a full-sized class vehicle to compete with the Ford Falcon. The second generation Commodore remained for almost 10 years with VP, VR, VS models serving as a mechanical or body style revisions.
The third generation Commodore launched in 97 with the VT, again based on the Opel platform and represented significant mechanical and electronic improvements over it main rival, the Falcon. The sedan and wagon range included the Commodore Executive (base and fleet package); Commodore Acclaim (family and safety package); Berlina (luxury package) and Calais (sedan-only sport luxury package). The VX, VY, and VZ models followed with engine, safety, styling and mechanical improvements. In 2003 Holden launched its Cross Trac AWD system with the Holden Adventra a raised VY wagon.
The fourth generation Commodore was entirely developed in Australia and was launched to critical acclaim. The VE and VF had much improved handing and electronics and were popular both as family sedans and wagons and for the performance variants. The Holden Commodore ceased production in Australia in 2017.
The Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) began back in the 87 as a separate business modifying Commodore and Caprice cars. These models were sought after when released and collectable today. Nameplates include Avalache, ClubSport R8, ClubSport SE, Coupe, Coupe4, Grange, GTS, Maloo, Maloo R8, Senator and W427.
The fifth generation Commodore, the ZB became available in 2018 which was basically an imported Opel Insignia with a Holden badge. The lack of a V8, smaller dimensions and use of the iconic Australian Commodore brand on an imported car saw the sales of the ZB Commodore perform dismally, and it was discontinued in 2000.
Shop Holden Commodore Parts
Full range of Commodore spares, including:
- air conditioner
- bumper bar
- tail lights
- instrument cluster
- steering wheel