HR Ute

Spotter: Aaron

Location: On the annual ANOCSC club run to Echuca

Another tradies ute still in use. Great to see


Valiant Ratrod manufacturing plant

Spotter: Aaron

Location: The Victorian Valiant Ratrod manufacturing plant

Valiant ratrod production car #1. You can see the Vals still in the production line  behind having rust and dints applied to the exterior before being proudly driven into the Victorian countryside.


Valiant RT Ute

Spotter: Aaron

Location: On the way to Echuca

Also spotted on the annual ANOCSC club run


Volvo P1800

Spottter: Aaron

Location: Almost under the front wheel

This is the only Volvo ever designed that doesn’t look like a brick. Furthermore, ANOCSC spotters always get the shot, even if it means getting run over…


Cadillac Coupe de Ville

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Spotter: Aaron

Location: Middle of nowhere

Price: $6500 – a bargain at twice the price


VW with beachtowel

Spotter: Aaron

Location: Echuca

Who knows what the designers were thinking when they put on those indicators… but the beach towel more than makes up for it.


Belair Coupe

Spotter:Aaron

Location: Echuca

I love this car. I want one.


55 Chev with matching doggy trailer

Even the dog looks cool in this get-up


Ford Galaxy

California Girls… in Bentleigh


XM Falcon Coupe

Westgate Freeway Somewhere, April 2012
Spotter: Pete

I love this shot. He loves his car. It has rust in the doors. He does not care. Neither do I. He is wearing a yellow shirt.


HF 57 Fairlane

South Melbourne, April 2012
Spotter: Kelly

Ass in the air, big American on our streets as proud as can be!


HQ 1 tonner

Timboon, April 2012
Spotter: Robbie

At the beginning of every ANOCSC meeting we say thanks for the cars that have gone before – contributing well above their humble beginings. One of those cars is the HQ 1 Tonner.

We managed to chase this one down – on its way to a job… yes still being used for a work purpose…. Do you realise this car is 42 years old?!

This particular car features the optional WB Statesman pack (found out the back of Timboon Motors) – but retained its original HQ front clip. Nice one!