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Is that an X2 badge below the middle line on the rear front fender?

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Looks like 186S to me.
And I'd own that..

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I like it,the doors could be a bit longer but its cool😎👍

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I saw a convertible built from a HD wagon over the road from my school at Casrle Hill in the mid 1960s.
It was around 1967/8. I went to school with the panelbeaters son. The car had been rolled over in Galston George and wasn't worth fixing (lots of roof damage).
I think it had HR front panels and the bootlid was a HR bonnet.
It was beautifully done and had a long boot on it. I think it kept the HD taillights.
The last I heard of it was that it was bought by a Holden executive in Melbourne.
I'm pretty sure the yellow on it Warwick Yellow.
David

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Old is good.

Jeez! Galston Gorge would’ve been a rough old road back then, they’ve done a stack of work to it over the years and it’s still pretty bad

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Bryan

The Gorge was a bit narrower back then, but it was sealed. There was a full sized school bus that went through it twice a day back then.
I spent a lot of time going through the George with my mates a little bit faster than was sensible in the mid 70s, usually late at night.
They've just widened a few of the hairpins recently for the Sunday drivers.
My dad carried his pushie over the top of the wooden sides of the bridge at the bottom of the Gorge in the 1940s. The bridge was blocked for some reason and he wanted to get home to Asquith.
David

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Old is good.

Hey David, did you know that Ivan Milat worked on “The Gorge” upgrades, at the time there was some unexplained disappearances

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Bryan

Sounds like some of the roads in Nth Qld
Some of the back roads out hear in the NT are still better lol

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"were going to need a bigger shed"
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