FJ Holden

Being the second model of an “all Australian car” the FJ was based on the 48-215 series, it is also frequently referred to as thefj-holden “FX”, it was the car that cemented Holden’s position as the country’s most popular car.
The accessories included armrests and a cigarette lighter with two tone paint in the Special model.The sedan came in Standard, Business and Special trim, with a utility announced in October 1953.
Holden released a Panel Van before the end of 1953, populrity gained and production raised to 200 units per day. At this time New Zealand got it’s first taste of Holden, an export tradition that continues today.

2.15 Litre 6 Cylinder

Three Speed Manual
Standard Sedan, Business Sedan, Special Sedan, Panel Van, Utility (Ute)
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