Holden HQ One Tonner: Once it was humble tradies work vehicle in the 1970’s (though to him, it may have been his pride and joy). But now, it’s retro uber cool!
HX Holden Panel Van: This yellow HX panel van might have wanted to be a Sandman at one stage, but never quite matured. Here’s hoping.
Holden FE Station Wagon: Getting on to a little over 50 years old, this FC Holden station wagon is now declared an endangered species.
Holden VC Commodore L: A base model, no frills Commodore L. It might be basic, but it’s still on the road. Not bad for a 30+ year old vehicle.
Holden UC Torana: One proud Torana owner’s work in progress. Body still looks straight and good. The paint job is no doubt next on the to-do list. Rear tail lights look like they are sourced from Martins Trailer Parts, the place it’s parked outside. Perhaps this is Martin’s Torana?… well umm why not? It’s interesting.
Holden HQ Statesman De Ville: Some days you just get lucky and spot an iconic classic car like this HQ Statesman from the 1970’s. And umm nice product placement for Bob Jane tyres shop (aint they clever!).
Holden HG Station Wagon: Indigenous classic cars like this HG Holden ought to be recognised under the Australian Constitution and be protected.
1977 Holden Torana SLR5000: It looks like a Torana A9X with wheel flares, bonnet scoop and 4 wheel disc brakes. I therefore declare this Torana to be an endangered A9X variety.
Holden LX Sunbird: As the saying goes: It’s the Torana you’re having when you’re not having a Torana. These 4 cylinder Torana variants are rarely seen on the road these days…I thought the book was closed but no, at least one survives in the wild. Officially declared a protected species, so I shot it.