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1950 Dodge Power Wagon
It’s BIG, SHINY and BEAUTIFULLY presented – and it’s the only one of it’s kind in the world.
This is a chopped 1950 Dodge Power Wagon that belies it’s 62 years. It is impressive in bright shiny red with leather Corbeau racing seats and five point safety harness. Under the winged bonnet is a gleaming LS3 ERod 530hp engine featuring an aluminium head. The original stock standard Power Wagon chasiss frame has been shortened by 20 inches, braced front and rear and the cab chopped…Want to find out more? Click here
1951 Holden FX 50-2106 Utility
AUSTRALASIAN MOTORING HISTORY FROM THE 50’S
We have here a classic icon of Australian/ New Zealand motoring history from the 50’s. The first Holden model to roll off the production line was the sedan in 1948 & then the Utility in 1951. It cant get better than this.
Bought originally in 1951 by the McMahon family, this ute was used on the family’s orchard to take cherries & fruit to the local co-op. The ute was retired to the chicken coupe until 1998 until it was onsold to be restored. In 2003 it landed on New Zealand shores & was lovingly restored over 5 years. It is a true testament to our Australasian motoring history & as far as we know only 1 of 3 FX Utilities in this country exist. This could possibly be the oldest of them all. To find out more & see gallery click here