WHICH Australian-built muscle car is the greatest of them all?
It’s a debate that has been waged at pubs and in garages across our great nation on countless occasions.
But now, with the last ever Aussie-built brawlers set to roll down the production line this year and the end of local manufacturing in sight, it is time to find the definitive answer.
Here at Wheels HQ we have our own opinions, but we want to put the question to you, our fellow car enthusiasts, to determine which of our fine creations is revered above the rest.
The process will be simple; cars will be separated into their respective decade, with a poll for the public to vote. The winner of each decade will then face off with the others to see which car sits above the rest of the field.
First off, we have the 1960s. A time when Australia was putting itself on the automotive map with cars like the Ford XR Falcon GT and the Holden HK Monaro GTS 327.
If your pockets are deep enough, you can pick up examples of these cars at auctions in original, weathered, and fully restored condition. Nostalgic appeal comes at a cost though – six-figure sums aren’t unheard of for muscle-bound Aussie cars like these
But which is the best? Vote for what you think is the greatest Aussie muscle car of the 1960s below.
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