VW Beetle 1500: Well this Beetle certainly is distinctive. I don’t think the “Barbie doll pink” is probably a factory colour, but it seems to suit this car all the same.
Falcon XY GT 351: A classic Aussie muscle car from the early 1970’s. These have always been highly sort after by any self-respecting petrol head. This one appears to be highly authentic, it even has the non head restrained seats.
XY Falcon 500 GS: I don’t often see XY Falcon’s much these days, let alone a GS version (Grand Sport). This one has just the humble 250ci six cylinder engine, but otherwise excellent condition. No doubt the owner recognises the rarity of these models Falcons and keeps it well looked after.
Holden HZ Kingswood SL: Holden’s last series of Kingswoods from the 1970’s. Nicely restored I note.
HZ Holden Ute: It’s incredibly plain apart from the mags and twin exhaust. This HZ ute ain’t show pony, just plain n’ simple.
Holden HZ Premier Wagon: The last of HZ Premiers. This great example is 4.2Litre V8 wagon, and in excellent condition.
Datsun 1600 Wagon: In these troubled times, it’s of relief to see a good ol’ fashioned Datsun 1600 to remind us of happier times. Not only that, this one is the rarer wagon version. Ohh… and what great condition this one is in as well… it’s a hit!
Holden HZ Premier: I describe this HZ as a delicious work of art. A feast for the eyes. The owner has told me it features a Chevy LS donk which seems like an excellent choice. Now that’s a spicy meatball indeed.
Leyland Mini Clubman Van: With many Mini vans either written off or rusted out, it’s rare to see a going Mini van on the road today. I hope this one gets its restoration job finished.
Ford F100 Custom Pickup: Ford’s long running F100 series Custom pickup. This one looks like its rigged up for towing, judging from those large side mirrors. A classic.. keep on pickin’ up!