Holden FE Station Wagon: Getting on to a little over 50 years old, this FC Holden station wagon is now declared an endangered species.
Holden HG Station Wagon: Indigenous classic cars like this HG Holden ought to be recognised under the Australian Constitution and be protected.
Holden HQ Station Wagon: Yes, it’s another football, meat pies, kangaroos and holden cars moment. This classic HQ station wagon appears to be an earlier model from the white/clear front indicators. Later HQ’s had orange indicators.
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.
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.
1978 Valiant Regal Station Wagon: And you thought you’d never see another Valiant station wagon again? Wrong! Check this example recently caught and photographed, alive and well.
Falcon XT Station Wagon: Any Falcon XT today is rare and a station wagon version is even rarer. This white XT wagon seems to have survived without being restored…amazing!
HG Holden Station Wagon: Looks like a “better than factory” restoration for this HG wagon. In for some old fashioned service I notice.
Valiant AP6 Station Wagon: The early Valiants were really distinctive when compared to Holden’s and Ford Falcons. Love it or hate it.
Holden HX Station Wagon: Another Holden themed post to specifically to annoy Falcon lovers. The single exhaust on this 253 V8 wagon certainly raises an eyebrow. Yes, single pipes are very original and no doubt the cheaper option, I’d be happy with this. Love the sun visor also, why don’t modern cars have sun-visors anymore?