Fancy owning a part of Holden history?

It is the end of an era as Holden shuts its local factory, but the memories of a proud history of building Aussie cars for Aussie customers remains! Holden is giving everyone the chance to share and treasure those precious memories with a selection of collectors’ memorabilia that you won’t want to miss.

The Holden Archives Collection

Perfect for the coffee table, the man cave or the office, the Holden Archives Collection is much more than just a book tracing the unique history of Holden from its early years as saddlery to its position today as an iconic Australian car company.

Contained in a magnificent presentation box, this 400-page collection features rare photographs from Holden’s own archives and insights into the company told through stories on the cars, people and events that made the company what it is today.

And it’s not only told from Holden’s perspective, with passionate owners having been invited to submit photographs of their own Holdens for the “Fans’ Album” providing a snapshot of the cars and people that are part of its living history.

In addition to the large format book, the collection also features six replica badges from Holden vehicles including Australia’s first home-grown car the 48-215, the late 1950s FE/FC Special and the 1986-88 VL Commodore.

Copies of original press releases on classic Holdens such as the 1968 Monaro and 1970 Torana GTRX and sales brochures featuring the Holden FX and 1964 EH are sure to appeal to Holden fans of all generations while copies of personal letters from past and present employees provide a taste of an organisation that is much more than just a car company.

The Holden Archives Collection is priced at $279 +$20 postage and simply click on the link below to order your own collection of treasured memories.

Biante VF Commodore V8 Supercars

Biante ModelFor the past 20 years, Holden has dominated Australian racetracks with its V8 Commodore winning more manufacturer’s and team’s championships than its rival in the blue corner.


And as Australia’s premier motorsport championship sets to enter a new phase from next year, you have the opportunity to purchase a stunning model of the last of the current generation VF Commodore V8 Supercars.

These limited edition, highly detailed die-cast 1:18 scale models are developed and manufactured by Perth-based Biante Model Cars and faithfully replicate the V8 Supercars that have battled it out for the chequered flag throughout the 2017 season.

Among the models available are the #8 car from Brad Jones Racing driven by Nick Percat at the Australian Grand Prix, and the season championship cars of James Courtney driving for the Mobil 1 HSV Racing team, Will Davison’s TEKNO Woodstock Racing Commodore and the #33 car of Garth Tander driving for Wilson Security Racing GRM.

The models are priced at $195 inc GST and come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity making them genuine collectors items for all fans of Holden motorsport. Click the link below to check it out.

Red Bull Holden Racing Team & TeamVortex August Offers

Warm up this winter with these Hot Deals and get an extra 20% off all 2017 team gear on RBHRT and TeamVortex Official Stores. Simply Enter code HOLDENAUG2017 at the check out to receive your offer. Hurry, these deals are for a limited time only!*

Click here for the Red Bull Holden Racing Team store

RBHRT Holden Elion Tile August 2017

Click here for the TeamVortex store

TV Holden Elion Tile August 2017 

*Promotion is only available on 2017 range, including already discounted items. Offer is not applicable to Model Cars, Holden Lion Plush Toys, Holden Archives Collection, Scalextric Supercar Challenge, Kiddi Moto Products, Caltex StarCash, Watches and Digital Gift Cards. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and will end at 11:59PM 31/08/2017 (AEST).

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