Iconic automotive history display extended until October 29 at Melbourne Town Hall
Hopefully Victorian movement restrictions will allow us to visit this stunning exhibition that goes behind the scenes of Australia’s most important industrial design studio and birthplace of GMH iconic cars at Fishermans Bend, Melbourne.
Read more about the display at these links:
City of Melbourne What’s on
Behind the scenes of Holden’s design
Some of GMH’s most significant and recognised cars are represented – the HK and HQ Monaro (Wheels Magazine’s Car of the Year in 1968), the LC and LJ Torana, the Statesman, the VN and VT Commodore, the Bathurst TR-X Torana and the eye-catching Hurricane concept car, on display as a scale model (on loan from GMH).
It is curated by Harriet Edquist. Harriet Edquist is a historian, a committee member and past President of Automotive Historians Australia. Harriet was guest speaker at the June 2019 HRA Meeting – you can see her interesting talk below.