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That is disgusting! What a waste of a Monaro. Just buy a panelvan, please.

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with you Quick64,and 12 slotters on a Holden,noooo...:(

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Cheers Al....
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Hunchback is one of Australia’s most recognisable customs due to its unusual morphing of HT Monaro and HT panel van. A mammoth project undertaken by paint and body whiz Steven Wilson in the 70s and early 80s, Hunchback appeared in a number of guises, including gloss black with flames, candy apple red with murals, and finally silver with candy graphics, before disappearing from the show scene in the mid-80s.
Extensive full-steel modifications included a flip front, one-piece tailgate and guard flares, while the LTD tail-light conversion was one of the first to find its way onto a custom van. The tunnel-rammed 350 Chev was eventually fitted to the late Pat Fay’s Humpy Mekka FJ hearse.

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Disclaimer :- The above is purely speculation and is only posted for entertainment purposes!!!

I remember this, not in this guise though. I actually didn't mind it in the day, even now. Although you'd think with the builders obvious brilliant metal working skills he (let's assume it was a he) would've fab'd up some tin and got a better contour on the roofline

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Bryan

.. I saw a conversation on facebook a year or two ago that it is in a Sydney backyard being rebuilt .. dunno though, heard squat since.

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I saw this at the first Street Machine nationals in Nerrandera in 1981(?)
I think it looked best the way it was back then.
David

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Old is good.

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