Black and White Challenge:
An Indian Motorbike…
One of our Botswana Safari vehicles during a rest stop.
This piece of advertising was about twenty feet above ground level.
It reminded me of my first farm ute…a Daihatsu.
Vehicle unknown but easy to see the
company or franchise that owns it.
From the left: a 1967 Holden HR Ute, the FJ or FX Holden,
a Chevrolet and the Indian motorbike.
Holdens were made by General Motors Holden (Australia) and
the FJ was the first to be made in Australia.
Another of the Holden range…the LC Torana,
released in October 1969.
A Holden Kingswood circa 1976.
purchased in August, 2002.
Upon sighting this one, in the show room,
and with a 14 year son drooling over it,
MGW changed her mind and blue became
Shanghai red for another twelve years.
Another twelve years because our
previous 1988 car was Cardinal Red.
Nearly all the same to me. 🙂