It all began as a 1964 Holden Station Wagon with an inline 6-cylinder engine. It was a natural progression for them to decide on an inline 6-cylinder replacement. This time, they’d go with a bulletproof Toyota 2JZ from a Supra. These motors are designed to withstand turbochargers so this was a good choice.
Aussie restrictions on modified street vehicles are much more stringent than here in the U.S. so this great looking wagon is equipped with a full exhaust (including a catalytic converter). Despite the bureaucratic exhaust restrictions, it still sounds and runs great. Along with the Toyota mill it’s running a single turbocharger and a 2-speed Powerglide transmission.
Turns out to be a 10-second car. Take a gander for yourself.