See early model Holdens at Sandstone Point

Published 5:00am 24 August 2023

See early model Holdens at Sandstone Point
Words by Moreton Daily
By Ella Bradford

Holden fans and those who appreciate vehicles from a bygone era can check out an array of early model Holdens at Sandstone Point Hotel this Sunday.

The Early Holden Round Up event will be held at Sandstone Point Hotel on August 27, showcasing Holdens from 1948-1967 on the lawn.

EH Holden club of Queensland President Daniel (Dan) Reeder says patrons can expect a variety of early Holdens.

“(Expect) a great variety of early Holdens from models FX to HR,” Dan says.

He is looking forward to the event which he says will bring the early Holden community together.

Event details

The cars will be rolling in at 10am and the trophy presentation will be held at 12.30pm.

There’s a $10 cash-only entry fee for cars and a gold coin donation for spectators.

Sandstone Point Hotel is at 1800 Bribie Island Rd, Sandstone Point.

To find out more, phone Dan from the Holden Club of Queensland on 0409 671 248.

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