HK

Production January 1968 to May 1969
Range Belmont, Kingswood, Premier, Brougham and Monaro
Body styles 4-door sedan, 5-door station wagon, 2-door coupé, 2-door coupé utility and 2-door panel van
Engines 161 cu in (2.6 L) inline 6, 186 cu in (3.0 L) inline 6, 186S cu in (3.0 L) inline 6, 307 cu in (5.0 L) V8 and 327 cu in (5.4 L) V8
Transmissions 3 speed manual, 4 speed manual and 2 speed ‘Powerglide’ automatic

These prints look great simply pinned to the wall or framed as the example above. Perfect for the den, garage or workshop, or even above the TV in the lounge (but that didn’t come from me). The print measures 420mm x 148mm and is printed by the Giclee printing process on fine art quality paper.

To buy a print (NZ$39), email me at chris@scooterdesign.co.nz, or visit my shop here. Please note the frame is not included.

If you have a similar model to this car, I can make a simple colour change to make it more representative of your car. Email me a photo and I can have a look.

HK Monaro GTS327

The year GM-H launched the all new HK Monaro GTS327, gave Holden its first victory in the Bathurst 500 in 1968, with Bruce McPhee and co-driver Barry Mulholland at the wheel. McPhee drove the 130 lap race (bar the one lap driven by Mulholland) scoring both pole position and fastest lap.