Neil Newton's Holden FJ

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Neil's old Holden as it appeared in March of 2008. Photo courtesy of Street Machine.
Photo courtesy of Street Machine.
Photo courtesy of Street Machine.

Holden FJ restyled by Neil Newton of Australia. Neil's Holden featured canted quad headlights from a Toyota Stout. The taillights were from a AP5 Valiant and the custom grille featured a HK Monaro centre. The engine was a red power. Neil was an upholsterer, so the interior featured VW buckets covered in black and white deerhide with 6 inc squares and buttons. In 2008 the car was currently being restored by its current owner Ron Crosby.[1]


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