Left in the paddock

The Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Rusty Relic

A wonderful old car built in Australia. The second Holden model built in 1953, the FJ is an iconic car. Although the sedan was far more popular, 169,969 being sold, the Australian farmer bought far more utes which even today is the most practical vehicle. The ute was developed from the demands of farmers wives who wished to go to town in comfort and not have to share the inside of the car with pigs or chickens on market day.

I even found a bit of Aussie rock about the Holden FJ

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