1968 Chevrolet Camaro 350:
It’s not every day you see a green Chevy Camaro parked. Looks very original and even has the Corvette steel rims. That’s one Heluva ride baby!
1971 Chevy Camaro 350: General Motors response to Fords Mustang was the Camaro. And in doing so they created a classic muscle car. Great to see this Camaro parked recently.
1966 Ford Mustang: What the world needs are more cars like this…This is an imported Mustang direct from the USA. It was landed in Adelaide, but the current owner has brought it home to live in Perth. Original left hand drive and just look how sparse the interior is, but that’s how they were. Engine is a 289ci V8 with 2 barrel carb.
1970 Chevy Camaro Z/28: GM’s answer to the Ford Mustang. Nice try but perhaps too late.This Z/28 Camaro looks pretty orignal, though interestingly it has a RHD conversion. Pretty cool.
Falcon XY GT 351: A classic Aussie muscle car from the early 1970’s. These have always been highly sort after by any self-respecting petrol head. This one appears to be highly authentic, it even has the non head restrained seats.
HG Monaro 350: A lime green Holden HG Monaro GTS 350. One of the best Aussie muscle cars from the late 1960’s. It doesn’t get any better than this folks.
Falcon XC Coupe 5.8: You can never have enough bonnet scoops on your falcon. This one has all three. What a brilliant classic Aussie muscle car, I was very pleased with shooting this Falcon.
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.