• holden fj ute

    rolls and steers floor has been cut out  whole sedan floor and seels come with it can transport to Adelaide for around $350 or load for interstate transport truck companies in close facinity any other info ph 0412 830 955
    AU $1,225.00
    5 bidsEnding 23 Sep at 15:00 AEST4d 3h
  • 1955 FJ Holden Ute 138 grey motor Project Not FX HR EH EJ HQ V8

    1955 Holden FJ Ute. 138 Grey motor with triple SU's. HR rear end. Ideal project. Motor was running but only sitting in engine bay for display. 3 speed on floor. Bucket seats.
    AU $18,000.00
    or Best Offer
    190 watching
  • Holden HD Ute

    The front floor pans are rust free, a section of floor behind drivers seat has been cut out. Steering box and linkages have been recoed. Was previously fitted with a V8 - has been removed. A 186 motor and manual gearbox is in the tub and goes with the ute, Has mag wheels as in pics.
    AU $2,500.00
    0 bidsEnding 26 Sep at 13:17 AEST7d 1hLocal pickup
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Holden Ute Collector Cars

Australia's quintessential car, the ute continues to be a very popular vehicle. The utility vehicle was developed primarily with farmers in mind—a vehicle that could be used for both farm and family business. Later, it became popular as a tradesman's car, a use that continues to this day, though utes are also a popular choice with young drivers, especially in rural areas.


The ute was originally designed to fit a passenger car chassis. It was, and still is, a 2-door vehicle with a tray enclosed on four sides in the rear. The first Holden FX model ute rolled off the production line back in 1951. For almost 30 years, the Holden ute went through many changes, with this cycle of production ending with the WB ute in 1984. The Holden ute then took a hiatus until it made a comeback in the form of the VP Commodore ute in 1990.


Old Holden utes can be found with manual or automatic transmissions. While early Holden cars were only available as manuals, in 1961 the EK model became the first Holden automatic collector car, with a 3-speed Hydra-Matic auto transmission offered in sedans and wagons. The following year, the EJ became the first ute model available with auto transmission.

Restoration Projects

Like many other Holden cars, old Holden utes are still sought after by collectors. Some have been either well-cared-for or restored and can sometimes be found for sale. If you're interested in restoring these classic cars, you can find utes being sold for parts or as partially completed restorations.

Holden Station Wagons

Of course, utes aren’t the only Holden car body type to have become collectors' items. Old Holden station wagons are also popular with those looking for a piece of yesteryear, once again available for sale as either ready for restoration or already restored.

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