The curator is John McLean. The Museum is operated by the Motor Museum of WA Trust and is manned by volunteers drawn from over one hundred member clubs. garage door remote sensor Holden museum, located in the Victorian town of Trafalgar, is more than just a collection of cars.
Museum founder Neil Joiner is keen to tell the story of the Holden company starting from when it made saddles to right through to its involvement in car assembly and manufacturing, making aero engines and even building pedal cars. When Neil garage door remote sensor the Museum in October 2014 he already had a sizeable Holden collection. Rather than hide it away in a shed he bought Trafalgar's old butter factory and converted it into the Museum. The Museum has many unique features and displays including some of Neil’s prized possessions; his 1965 Holden HD Premier with 13,000 miles 21,000km on it, a 1968 Holden HK also with 13,000 miles pictured below and an 1963 EJ Holden with just 7500 miles 12,000km . Every so often I am asked to make a presentation at a classic car club meeting about Retroautos and the weekly newspaper column I write.
The most recent request came from the Rover Owners Club of NSW & ACT. I shared with club members the ups and downs of publishing a 100 page classic garage door remote sensor magazine twelve times a year and at the same time, writing a weekly classic cars column which appears in 50+ newspapers across Australia. I also talked about why Retroautos transitioned from print to fully online. Thanks to Ian Shearman, Richard Dalziel and Paul Anley and all of the Rover club members who made me feel most welcome and asked many questions. Continuing our celebration of the 50th anniversary of the HD/HR Holden, the next edition of Retroautos showcases part two of our behind-the-scenes feature story revealing how these Holdens were designed.