Sunshine on a rainy day – iconic Holden FJ utility

​ Taken at the Royal Australian Mint, who are today launching a collection of coins to commemorate Holden's most iconic models. The second of Holden's 'all Australian' cars, the FJ was produced from 1953 to 1956.

TransmUTE – mosaic Holden ute at Deniliquin

Transmute - to change the nature, form or appearance of something Mosaic Holden Ute TransmUTE is a mosaic sculpture created out of an old Holden utility. It is located at the Heritage Centre in Deniliquin, a town in Western New South Wales. Established where the major stock routes met along the way to New South Wales, … Continue reading TransmUTE – mosaic Holden ute at Deniliquin

Painted outback

   This Holden utility, painted by Howard Steer, sits in Silverton, a tiny town near Broken Hill, New South Wales. Silverton is famous for providing the setting for a long list of movies and advertisements, but is probably best known as the place where Mad Max 2 was filmed. 

The last of the V8 Interceptors

Anyone who knows me, knows that I have a weakness for 1960s and 70s muscle cars, especially Holden Toranas and utes. I spotted this immaculate model at a classic car show. The Mad Max movies, and the cars in them, are so iconic that I couldn't pass up the photo opportunity.