A Holden FJ station wagon – believed to be one of fewer than 10 built – will be exhibited at Motorclassica in Melbourne, Australia, from 26-28 October.
Mick and Greg Hodgett found the FJ in a dilapidated state, languishing in the garden of a passionate Holden fan.
Expert Phil Munday has since treated it to a full nut-and-bolt restoration.
It will go on display next to the Australian supercar that never was – Holden’s 1970 Torana GTRX. The wedge-shaped concept featured a glassfibre body, four-wheel disc brakes and a top speed of 130mph.
To find out more, visit Motorclassica’s website.