Ford Galaxie Badge

Ford Galaxie Boot Badge

Honda photo bombed by Buick

Some old cars just can’t help themselves and have to be in every damn photo. It’s just like a Buick to go and ruin a photo of a lovely new Honda…

Chevy Ute 3100 Badge

Ford Galaxie Bonnet Badge

Brocky’s Torana – Smokin’

The only way to pick up the shopping… in Brocky’s Torrie. Somehow I don’t think you’d fit the week’s groceries in the boot.

Australian National Old Covfefe Spotters Club

It’s official. The Trump Presidential car is a 57 Chev Covfefe

This Russian built car (the only Chev to be built in Russia) features all the safety requirements a President could need – despite all the negative press it received:

  • Fake news proof windows that completely block out any news that is not considered to be worthy;
  • A special seat just for Sean Spicer; and
  • Twitter bomb proof undercarriage to protect the President from any rear attacks from those petty enough to pick up on late night typos.


Chev Ute 3100 Bonnet Badge

A quiet neighbourhood, picket fences and roof racks

Lose the roof racks and you’ve got the coolest car in the street. With the roof racks, it’s Nanna’s car about to head off on a vacation to visit the In-Laws.

A Bright Star From Another Galaxie…

…ok, it was the best we could do at the time…

The Chevy Ute You Need To Own

And it’s for sale!

The Light Blue Datsun 4 Wheel Driving Club

The Light Blue Datsun 4 Wheel Driving club just completed one of their toughest weekends tearing up the Mount Waverley Village carpark.

The Mount Waverley carpark is one of the more difficult to reach “get aways” with few casual visitors who actually make the trek all the way in. There are a couple of chicken out areas where drivers have opted to turn back, as the descent into the lower underground carpark is technically difficult, with severe side angles on a very rocky, loose shale and rocky step off.
The closet cafe with decent coffee is a further 5 kilometres deeper into the second level (Yellow section) carpark. With extremely steep sided valleys all around it is very spectacular visually, but the best is yet to come. Ascending to two super challenging climbs both with loose rock and deep erosion channels, the first climb/scrabble/scramble gives you a nice view of the Post Office, but you still need to tackle the descent into the IGA loading bay using the low range low gear. This is definitely rear diff locked and eyes wide open stuff.  This is, without a doubt, one outing that will take some beating.