Lacking from the Holden lineup since the introduction of the Commodore was a high-performance iteration, something with real driver appeal. In a stroke of genius, GM approached race legend Peter Brock
to help construct high performance, exhilarating vehicles reminiscent of the days of the Monaro. Starting out as a very small concern, it would quickly garner a reputation for creating high quality and extremely well sorted high end Commodores, all which remain to this day highly prized and extremely collectable.
Naturally enough few ever referred to them as HDT Commodores, rather they would only ever be "Brock Commodores". From the moment you sat behind the wheel you knew you were in something special, but perhaps that was because the Momo steering
wheel featured the King of the Mountains stenciled signature. Together with partner John Harvey (then Special Vehicles Department Manager), the company would go from strength to strength, even entering a couple of VK HDT’s in the LeMans 24-hour race. Our advise is, if you are lucky enough to own one, keep it.