My Holden Frontera

by Eddie Walker
(Thornlie Perth WA)

Hi guys well this is my 2nd four wheel drive after I rolled my Nissan pathfinder.

What I have now is a 1999 Holden Frontera, 3.3 v6 Isuzu engine 4 speed automatic auto front hubs with diff breathers.

It has had a 2inch lift kit done by Pedders in Cannington has 100 Watt spot lights on the roo bar with a 5.5 bd gain uhf antenna and a 27 meg antenna and both are connected to a Icom 440n 80 channel uhf cb and a 40 channel Pearce and Simpson am/ssb cb.

This little beast has a lot of power coming from a very small motor. I haven't really put it through its paces much but on the 15th of October I am hoping to go to Wilbinga beach for a adventure with my cousin and other drivers.

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Jan 08, 2019
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so how did it go on the Beach
by: Anonymous

was there,any problems with the Automatic Gear Box.Did you get bogged at all,but I am just curious to know how the Automatic handled the sand.Thinking of getting one.
mick

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