Holden’s finest and most important machines, never before seen under one roof!
Holden Heroes: 1948 to 2017 a retrospective is a showcase of 18 of the most special vehicles from Holden’s Heritage Collection on display at the National Motor Museum.
The National Motor Museum has partnered with General Motors to exhibit some of Australia’s most significant motoring history.
On display are the amazing Hurricane (1969); the unique Torana GTR-X (1970) and the fantastic and brave design of the EFIJY (2005) . There is also the Number One Holden (1948) and the very last Australian made Holden, a VF Commodore Series II SS Redline (2017) as well as the significant ‘millionth’ vehicles produced by Holden.
Holden has a wider collection of historic and contemporary vehicles and engines which will be displayed in other museums at Trafalgar (Vic), Echuca (Vic), Winton (Vic), Shepparton (Vic), Mildura (Vic), Maffra (Vic), Bathurst (NSW), Whiteman Park (WA) and Elizabeth (SA) as well as arrangements with other Australian institutions for the wide range of materials other than vehicles that are part of Holden and now Australia’s history.
Vehicles in Holden Heroes: a retrospective 1948 to 2017
1948 48-215 Sedan (‘No. 1 Holden’)
1963 EJ Sedan Premier (1 Millionth Holden)
1968 HK Brougham (2 Millionth Holden)
1981 VC Commodore SL/E Sedan (4 Millionth)
2001 VX Commodore SS (6 Millionth Holden)
2008 VE Commodore Sedan (7 Millionth Holden)
2017 VF Commodore Series II SS Redline (the last Holden)
1971 Torana GTR-X
1998 ‘Matilda’ (Monaro concept)
2002 ‘Marilyn’ (Monaro convertible)
2002 HSV HRT427
2004 Holden Torana TT36
2008 Holden Coupe 60