Porsche 911SC: A chocolate coated classic Porsche. I’m drooling over this one.
Nissan 300C: Nissan luxury car from the mid 1980’s. Powered by a V6 engine, I haven’t noticed any of these before and I’m thinking it’s a privately imported car directly from Japan.
XF Falcon GL: So many of the 1980’s Falcon’s were scrapped which is a real shame as they were great cars. This particular XF Falcon looks like it’s made it into the new age… hope the current owner keeps it going and on the road.
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.
Mercedes 280SLC: What a fantastic Mercedes coupé this is. It reeks of style, grace and elegance. I love it.
Alpha Romeo Alfetta 2.0: At last! An Italian car.
Mazda 323 FA4 Wagon: We call it a 323, but in other parts of the world (mostly Japan) it’s called the Familia. It’s quite plain looking and the white paint doesn’t help, but it’s been well looked after for car that’s around 25 years old.
Mercedes 200: The basic 200 model does not get a letter behind the numbers, but despite that it’s still a great car made Mercedes from the 1980’s
Mitsubishi GJ Sigma Wagon 2.6: One of the more popular cars on Aussie roads in the 1980’s. Sadly they’ve had a high attrition rate and are rarely seen on the roads any more.
Two Sigma websites for those that who are interested:
WB Holden Ute: It’s just a plain ol’ WB Holden ute with the usual Statesman front end and Statesman wheels. HoHum. But that blue paint is extraordinarily hypnotic… is this like a retired show car or what?