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Ian Wood's spicy EH Holden panel van

Ian Wood's Mexican-themed EH Holden panel van is one spicy enchilada AS YOU can imagine, it was pretty hard to miss Ian Wood’s bright orange EH panel van in the unveiling hall at Meguiar’s MotorEx earlier this year. At first glance, that eye-popping colour might seem like the van’s main party piece, but it’s what lies beyond the shiny hue that makes it truly special. [More]

More doors: 1975 Holden Monaro HJ GTS

The coupe was definitely the first preference for John, too. "Okay, I’m going to buy a two-door – ‘Nup, you’re not buying a two-door, because you can’t use the back seats,’" came the stern reply. We’re starting to think by this stage that John’s parents had visions of him wrapping anything too fast or too lairy around the nearest tree. Whatever the reason, they had the upper hand in this. [More]
Jamie Small's classic Kingswood Ute cruises Aussie streets in style thanks to some modern mumbo [More]

Vicky Williams’s resurrected XE Fairmont Ghia

There's no questioning Vicky Williams’s devotion to the mighty Blue Oval. Introduced to the world of cars by her late dad, she began her Ford-owning journey with an XT Falcon 500. A few more Coke-bottle Falcons ensued, including an XW she sold to cover her first home deposit. [More]

Gabriel Kairouz’s 307 Chev-powered HT GTS Monaro

"They don’t make ’em like they used to." Think back to 1969 and it was an important year for both Holden and the image-building Monaro range. The HT series represented a largely cosmetic update, aside from significant changes at the performance end of the range with the introduction of the 350-cube Chev V8. At the same time it continued making serious inroads into the world of competition. [More]