The Holden Crewman, another intriguing slice of Holden engineering. Holden felt a crew-cab answer to the ute market would make for a splendid idea when it was introduced in 2003.
However, it seems quality concerns and lackluster base engines held the idea back from flourishing. If one was to be looking into a Holden Crewman, the 5.7-liter V8 would be the engine of choice.
Luckily, one has surfaced on eBay but, not in Australia.
Someone decided to bring this 2005 Holden Crewman into the UK, and the current owner is ready to part ways with it. It is a genuine Holden vehicle, with no modifications done to the ute in the slightest. We can only imagine how comical it looks roaming around English roads.
Back to the Crewman, though. The four-door ute it stated to be in superb shape mechanically, with a bit of nose damage up front from bumping into something during its lifetime.
If you one can look past the ho-hum application of VZ Commodore styling to this elongated ute, it could be a real head turner. And, for only £8,950, or $13,757 USD, all four-doors of this ute can be yours for hauling, cruising or romping about the 5.7-liter V8.
Oh, and it’s equipped with a manual gearbox. Obscurity haters need not apply.