Holden HZ Premier Wagon: The last of HZ Premiers. This great example is 4.2Litre V8 wagon, and in excellent condition.
Datsun 1600 Wagon: In these troubled times, it’s of relief to see a good ol’ fashioned Datsun 1600 to remind us of happier times. Not only that, this one is the rarer wagon version. Ohh… and what great condition this one is in as well… it’s a hit!
Volvo 245GL Wagon: A place where old Volvo’s can roam free and wild and not be preyed upon by evil authorities. Surely this is Volvo Vahalla.
Holden TF Gemini Wagon: What a little beauty. It’s a Gemini and it’s a wagon version…these are pretty rare now days. Really cool!
Holden Commodore VK Wagon 5.0 Litre: It’s hard to believe, but the VK Commodore is now 30 years old. The VK’s were once a common sight on Aussie roads during the1980’s, but sadly very few are now seen getting around. This particular car is a Vacationer series model which came with a few extra’s such as aircon, power steering, roof rack, electric antenna and tweed cloth seats. It’s unlicensed and off to a new home.
VK Wagon sold! Has a new owner and is heading to its new home.
Datsun 200B Wagon: The 1970’s was many things to many people. But for Japanese car manufacturers, it was the decade of some serious automotive ass kicking. The Datsun 200B was the right car at the right time and made Nissan very happy, all the way to the bank.
Holden HZ Premier Wagon: The HZ Premier was probably GM-H Holden’s finest Premier ever made in the 1970’s.
VH Commodore SL Wagon: They only come out in the evening.
FC Holden Special Wagon: I swear this FC restoration is better than new. I really dig those venetian blinds in the rear windows. Every car should have venetian blinds…If I ever own a Ferrari, it’s gonna be fitted with venetian blinds. Captured at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
1988 KE Ford Laser GL Wagon: Well, it’s a little rough around the edges and seen better days, but it’s still going.