Holden FE Station Wagon: Getting on to a little over 50 years old, this FC Holden station wagon is now declared an endangered species.
The FE FC Holden Car Club of Australia held its 14th Nationals meeting, with the location being set in Perth.
The club arranged it to happen over the Easter break with various events for club members, including a public show and shine day which was held at Supreme Court Gardens on Saturday 7 April …which is where I attended to take these photos.
A great turn out of cars…Many members cars were driven from interstate, which is quite a long and challenging trip. I’d imagine this would be quite an adventure over the Nullarbor and certainly some Slim Dusty CD’s would help pass the time.
The event was well organised and centrally located. A great show!
1959 FC Holden Station Wagon owned by Fred Searston
Holden grey motor with twin carbies. 6 cyl 138ci
1958 Holden FC panel van
This FC Holden has been restored to its former use as an ambulance used by the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade. Vehicle was modified by Hedges Bodyworks and then stationed at Boonah until 17/17/1969. Owner Gary Claypole.
Stretcher and first aid equipment in the QATB Holden
FC Special sedan with chrome trim, two tone paint, and of course tow bar.
Green, green grass of FC Holden home
Holden FC utility owned and restored by Phillip Ivanov. Features a 138 grey motor with mild cam, twin carbies, speco headers, 3 speed manual and 3.36 ratio diff.
Check out Graham Cran’s 1959 FC panel van. An Australiana beach themed van, sort of like a celebrating Aussie beach culture.
Rear of Graham’s van is filled with iconic images from 50’s and 60’s.
Compliance plates on Graham Cran’s FC Holden van.
Another FC work van. This one belongs to Werro Electrical (of NSW presumably from the phone number).
Light blue FC Holden Special from South Australia
Bill & Judi Wedd’s FC Holden. Has a host of modifications and has top speed of 167Km/h
Specifications for the above FC Holden.
I love those rear wheel spats…and the venetian blinds in the rear windows are a nice touch also.
Fancy a holiday in the FC. This one is well equipped with caravan, roof rack and of course wheel spats and venetian blinds. Owner is Margaret Saul.
yes,,, and front mounted water bag also. Keeps the water cool as you drive along.
This Holden FC is fully equipped with spats, door striker plates, hood ornaments and badging.
Behind the FC is a 1959 Don Cadet caravan
A 1956 FE Holden Special sedan. This one is beautiful condition.
Yet another Holden work vehicle. This FE panel van is still has original “GlenMix Ready Mixed Concrete” logo.
FE Holden sedan 225 series owned by Bruce Stewart of Victoria
Information board for Bruce Stewart’s FE Holden
1958 FE Ute