VW Karmann Ghia: Yellow cars from the 1960’s are always so groovy…and such an awesome restoration job done on this Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.
1966 Volvo 122: Old Volvo’s never die, they just goto Volvo Valhalla…But some, such as this red 122 sedan refuse to retire and continue to soldier on. Oh what a totally awesome car to spot!
1962 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe: Spotted at the local swap meet was this classic 1962 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe bubble top. Nice paint job and wire wheels. Left hand drive version and interestingly has the triple Impala rear lights for some reason. Awesome!
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.
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.
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!
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!
Ford Falcon XL Sedan: An Australian motoring classic from the 1960’s. Still an attractive car even after all these years, this XL Falcon has miraculously survived 50 years. Nice to see this one still going.