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25 Muscle Cars Only Sold Outside The United States

Cameron EittreimJanuary 30, 2020

Holden Commodore
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4. 1988 Holden Commodore SS Group A SV

This powerful sports sedan was the Aussy’s answer to the Nissan Skyline GTR. This superpowered sedan is rare. The overall styling is very reminiscent of the rally days that you used to see in the Australian outback. What was once ruled by the likes of Subaru has since been invaded by companies like Holden with the Commodore SS. The overall design is one of the most memorable of any Aussie built muscle car. Even if the final design wasn’t that of a muscle car.

Holden Commodore
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The 1988 Holden Commodore SS Group A SV is a car that would be right at home on American roads and just about anywhere else. While it’s not your quintessential muscle car, it is a performance vehicle that you could see in your garage. When it comes to these overseas powerhouses the 1988 Holden Commodore SS Group A SV is a standout car, to say the least, thanks to its powerful demeanor.

Mitsubishi Ralliart
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3. Mitsubishi Ralliart Magna

Although Mitsubishi is not well known in America for many vehicles other than the Eclipse, overseas the brand is a major player in the rally scene and other aspects of world car racing. This means that there are quite a few special editions that have never made the trip to our shores. One such vehicle is the Mitsubishi Ralliart Magna. This bright red sport sedan is a full-size sedan with a whole lot of horsepower. It will get you from 0-60 in just a few seconds and keep on the track while it does it.

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This car has that ’90s design going on, and you can tell what this car was made to do. The Mitsubishi Ralliart Magna is certainly one of the rarest Mitsubishis in the world because of its unique design. Keeping in mind that the car has a turbocharged engine and an all-wheel-drive design, you really can’t go wrong with it.

Holden VL Commodore
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2. Holden VL Commodore

Even the earliest Holden models were intimidating on the track and this bolds for all of the ’80s models. The Holden VL Commodore is a full-size V8 powered sport sedan that featured an all-wheel-drive design. The Aussies have been having a blast in these big sedans for decades.

Yet it’s only recently that America has been learning about Holden. The Holden VL Commodore is beautiful even by today’s standards and if you are lucky enough to import one you have a great car. The Holden VL came in a few options. And the car was designed for rally racing.

Holden VL Commodore
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The powerful Holden VL Commodore is a strong showing as to what a real muscle sedan could be. Back in the day, there were very few offerings like this one. We’d have to dig deep into it and see what made the Holden VL Commodore such a resounding success. But to this day in one form or another Holden has kept it around.

HSV GTS
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1. 2013 HSV GTS

When it comes to the sheer beauty of owning a stand out muscle sedan, the 2013 HSV GTS is it. Just take one look at this intimidating piece of machinery and you’ll see what’s up. The 2013 HSV GTS is made for blasting through the outback without much care for anything else. But don’t just let that deter you either. The interior of the 2013 HSV GTS is also a high-quality makeup of different materials that give the car that sporty look.

HSV GTS
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The GM-powered LS engine is a great addition to this car. You get the smooth lines of a sedan coupled with the upscale interior that you’d expect. Although these big sedans are falling out of favor over here in America, the 2013 HSV GTS is a popular choice abroad. If you want to experience real driving pleasure, the 2013 HSV GTS is a car that needs no introduction thanks to the one-of-a-kind styling.

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