Holden HR Panel Van: A Holden HR panel pan. These were the workhorses of tradies in the late 60’s and still used frequently into 1970’s. They got worked to death, so they are increasingly rare to see now days.
Holden HX Kingswood: This HX Kingswood is around 40 years old and looks in un-restored condition. It’s a plain Jane model and nothing fancy, probably a good ol’ bench seat and column shift with brown interior, a little bit of rust in the lower sills…not bad for an old Holden.
1966 Cadillac DeVille: This black Caddy certainly drew quite a bit of attention. The length and width is enormous. And yes, you can land an aeroplane on that super long boot lid.
Datsun 1000 Ute: Real men drive utes… even classic Datsun 1000 utes. This is a real head turner… I love it :-*
1968 Chevrolet Camaro 350:
It’s not every day you see a green Chevy Camaro parked. Looks very original and even has the Corvette steel rims. That’s one Heluva ride baby!
Datsun 1200 Ute: It’s blue, small, cute and it’s spelt ute! The front resembles an early Ford Mustang, complemented by the two white stripes which makes the effect more so… it’s a hit!
Ford XK Falcon: This is the very first series of Falcons to be made in Australia and are now a rare sight on our roads. Looks an awesome stylish vehicle for the times, better than the equivalent Holden I think. Bravo!