Holden HX Statesman: Classic Aussie motoring from from the 1970’s. This was Holden’s top of line model for the HX series. The Statesman Deville had it all. It certainly was a long car with plenty of over hang (for a Holden that is).
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.
Holden HQ Sedan: A new arrival…this battered HQ Holden was spotted recently. Appears to have been delivered from interstate. Fitted with GTS fenders and a Statesman front. Interesting.
1980 WB Statesman Caprice: Everything came to screaching halt when I spotted this Holden WB Statesman. I like the original condition this Statey is in, probably a paint respay job at one stage but otherwise bloody great. Too good to be towing a 6×4 box trailer.
Holden VL Commodore Calais: One on the better Holden Commodores from the 1980’s. Well preserved, still licenced and best of all…still there.
Holden TD Gemini: Holden’s small 4 cylinder car from the 1970’s. Quite a popular little car back then, but sadly there are not many left on the roads these days.
Holden HX Kingswood: Another classic car from the Aussie heartland…looking well preserved for such a mature vehicle as well. The roof rack certainly adds character to this Kingy..just perfect for carrying a 3 seater lounge chair or a large cocky cage and is a great feature when it comes to selling time. Three Oi’s for the mighty Kingswood.
WB Statesman Series II: At over 30 years old, this WB Statesman looks fresh off the production line. Football, meat pies and WB Statesman’s still rule.
Holden EH Premier: Another pleasant shooting… and this time a rare Holden EH Premier. Indeed, cars like this are in the dreams of every Aussie bogan… and dreams do come true for some, it appears. The fat tyres and jacked up back are truly excellent.