Ford KB Laser: Where have all the Laser’s gone… long time passing. Well, here’s an older KB model with the fancy side lettering and the ‘big’ 1.5 litre engine.
Holden VK Commodore: Looks like this Commodore has had the de-badging treatment, but I’m pretty sure it’s a Calais. Check out those Brock Commodore alloy rims.
Toyota Corolla CS KE70: A Corolla from the early 1980’s. Particularly good condition this one.
Daihatsu Charade G10: First Gen Daihatsu Charade…not many of these early models left on the roads these days. Shoot first, ask questions later.
Holden VL Commodore Executive: There is often debate of which is the best Commodore model ever made by Holden (classic series of course). I put forth the mighty VL model, with it’s sleek styling and silky smooth Nissan 6 cylinder.
1987 Toyota Chaser Lordly: One of the rarer and more interesting Toyota models. Based on the Cressida apparently.
1986 Toyota AE82 Corolla Twincam Hatchback: Back in the mid 1980’s these were the Corollas everyone wanted to have. The twin cam engine was a sporty little number which propelled these Corolla’s to unprecedented speeds at the time. Regular Corolla’s of course had the bog standard SOHC version which wasn’t as much fun . Many thanks to reader Deloury for the photos of his car.
Mercedes 200D Taxi: An older model diesel Mercedes Taxi. What remarkable condition for an older and hard-working car.
Fiat Argenta 2000: Don’t cry for me Fiat Agenta… I never was a 132. Well I’m not sure about that, but I found this Argenta and shot it for your viewing pleasure. Here it is folks.
Mercedes 230TE Wagon: Mercedes station wagons are not so common in Australia. Being a luxury car, most were sold as sedans here. They should have made a ute version perhaps.