Holden HR Panel Van: A Holden HR panel pan. These were the workhorses of tradies in the late 60’s and still used frequently into 1970’s. They got worked to death, so they are increasingly rare to see now days.
1980 WB Statesman Caprice: Everything came to screaching halt when I spotted this Holden WB Statesman. I like the original condition this Statey is in, probably a paint respay job at one stage but otherwise bloody great. Too good to be towing a 6×4 box trailer.
Holden VB Commodore: Blame it on the moonlight, blame it on the disco… and god damn, blame it on the VB Commodore’s for being so good when compared to the out going Kingswoods. You’ll never see another Kingswood made in this country again they laughed.
LJ Torana GTR XU1: It’s not often I see an LJ Torana, but to see three Torana GTR XU1’s lined up is amazing. The Torana Car Club looks to have had an evening meet up. I particularly liked this orange LJ XU1.
Holden UC Torana: One proud Torana owner’s work in progress. Body still looks straight and good. The paint job is no doubt next on the to-do list. Rear tail lights look like they are sourced from Martins Trailer Parts, the place it’s parked outside. Perhaps this is Martin’s Torana?… well umm why not? It’s interesting.
Holden HR Premier: A white HR Premier looking slightly rat roddish or perhaps it’s just original condition…Anyway it’s still cool, so keep it that way.
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.
Holden UC Torana: Great to see one of these again. Getting rarer and rarer. Caught and shot at the local supermarket car park.
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.
Holden HJ Kingswood Station Wagon: It’s my lucky day… I’ve caught and shot a HJ Kingswood station wagon. I thought these were an extinct species now days, but no, they are still out there folks.