VW Kombi Ute: Recently spotted and shot on site was this VW Kombi ute. It’s decked out rather smartly with the wooden sides and is used by a local interior painter. He certainly has great taste in the selection of his work vehicle I must say.
XP Falcon ute: A well restored XP falcon ute. Interesting colour… perhaps the owner has part time plans doing promotional work for Fanta.
WB Holden Ute: It’s just a plain ol’ WB Holden ute with the usual Statesman front end and Statesman wheels. HoHum. But that blue paint is extraordinarily hypnotic… is this like a retired show car or what?
1967 Ford Fairlane Ranchero Ute: Now that’s a ute.
Datsun 1200 Ute: Forget your Holden and Falcon utes, check out this 1970’s ute version of the Datsun 1200.
1959 Chevy El Camino Ute: Praise the lowered again. Nice rear window skull, somewhat Rat Rod-ish in appearance. A work in progress no doubt…as featured at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
Ford Falcon XD Ute: Ute owners always have friends…when shifting time comes they will call on you. The twin pipes on this XD ute suggests a V8.
1991 Subaru Brumby 4WD Ute: Nothing stops a Subaru Brumby… with exception of large rocks, deep river and of course a yellow canary! None of that for this one, it’s been well looked after.
WB Holden One Tonner Ute: Looks great with the GTS front guards and polished wood tray.
1987 Suzuki Mighty Boy: Where have all the Mighty Boys gone, long time passing. It was and will always be the incredible micro ute of the 1980’s with an unlikely name of Mighty Boy…a name only the Japanese could think of. Now a collectable car.