Removing the following: 'Reginald Koala's limo's license plate reads 307 HSV (Holden Special Vehicle), an Australian super car. 307 as a reference to the engine size in the Supercharged V6.' This is a stretch at best, as HSV is not a particular vehicle but a line of hopped up cars put out similar to Fords SVT (Special Vehicle Team) and Dodges SRT (Street & Racing Technology) badges. Also, the supercharged V6 was a take off of the GM 3.8l engine, which means a 231 cubic inch displacemnt. 188.8.131.52 01:52, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
Reinstated as a reliable source on staff confirmed the connection as an inside reference. --Buckimion 01:55, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
Do you have a link to that? The reference still makes no sense....HSV has never used a 307CI dispalcement on any of their motors, the closest being 305ci for their 5.0l, or 304 for their racing build 4.9l. I was under the impression that making a claim like youre doing required some sort of citation. The text is misleading anyways, HSV is a vehicle line, not a singular vehicle, and the supercharged V6 was NOT a 307CI motor. 184.108.40.206 02:15, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
Think about it...Reggie is an Australian koala. --Buckimion 02:18, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
I get that hes Austrailian, which would explain him being an HSV fan, but im still not buying the 307 as displacement for the 3.8 V6. Chansuke 02:25, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
I'll concede that all I confirmed was the Holden connection and not the engine. I do see several references to 307kw power in their top-of-the line car as well as an import by Vuxhall, a British car maker which may have been a connection to Patrick Stewart. That much is speculation, but I have been satisfied as far as the car maker goes and if you don't think I wasn't skeptical as well, think again. --Buckimion 02:44, April 29, 2012 (UTC)
That makes more sense, the 307 was the power rating for the LS2 equipped vehicles HSV put out. Any way you could confirm with your source?
You know since All those people are dead, We should have a deceased category.