It's such a fine toss up between my absolute favourite old Holden vehicles. To me, from the 50's through to the first Monaro, they are all sculptures. When the backdrop is open these beauties really are fine works of art and craftmanship and forgive me for sounding cliched, but they just don't make cars like this anymore. And I am not even a car buff, don't ask me what kind of motor or specs are involved, it is the lines, the colours and contours that when parked up, just make you stop and admire. And... if you happen to make images, to try and capture the magic.