Holden WB Statesman Series II: One of Australia’s motoring icons parked on the verge in the heartland. So I shot it… and here it is. Ain’t it a beauty!
Mercedes 230E: This Mercedes-Benz 230e is a great example of having a committed owner who keeps their classic car in top running order and looking like the day it rolled off the assembly line. A testament to a quality car (and having a loving owner).
Volvo 244GL: Well maybe not…. Old Volvo’s like this 244 seem to keep going and going. A testament to how well built they were and how tough they are.
Holden WB One Tonner: Plain, simple and bloody tough. That’s enough said.
Suzuki Carry Van: A Suzuki mini van from the 1980’s. It’s a kind of cute.. sort of.
Falcon XF Ghia Wagon: It’s over 20 years and still looks in pretty good nick. Though for many years these XF Falcons were relegated to the scrap heap, but now their scarcity has regained an interest from a new generation of collectors and Falcon restorers.
Volvo 240GL: Whilst many old Volvo’s have gone to Volvo heaven, Valhalla, this fine blue 240GL is going to be spending many more years on earthly roads due to its loving owner.
Mitsubishi RD Colt GL Sedan: The Mitsubishi Colt was once a common sight of the roads of Australia, but sadly very few a seen these days. This one is the sedan “Limited Edition” with 1.6 litre engine.
Holden JE Camira Executive: Looking somewhat unwanted and unlicensed but still in excellent condition for a 20 plus year old car, we have a Holden JE Camira. Though, some might say good riddance to it, I hope it gets a new lease of life.
XF Falcon Wagon: 1980’s Ford Falcon bread and butter. Now becoming rarer… don’t send that old Falcon to the scrap yard please.