My daughter’s Rambler Hornet after her Grade 10 Leavers Dinner. We used to drive this car daily as our family vehicle, she’s not in pristine condition but the old Hornet’s are getting pretty rare here in Australia. She’s pretty much standard, 258 6 cylinder, 3 speed auto, mags and skull doorlocks not original but the original hubcaps are still in the boot.

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  • Keith G. Hawley
    Keith G. Hawleyabout 3 years ago

    Great shot Michelle… Wow! I haven’t seen one of these in years… Get your daughter to look after her.. She would have to be fairly rare…

  • thankyou very much Keith, think there’s only a few in Tassie

    – michellerena

  • Dave Callaway
    Dave Callawayabout 3 years ago

    May not be pristine, but certainly looks to be well looked after and very straight.. dont see many of these around any more .. great capture..and lucky daughter..:-))

  • thankyou very much, yeah she’s pretty straight for an old girl

    – michellerena

  • Brett Rogers
    Brett Rogersabout 3 years ago

    I haven’t seen one of these for years Michelle! Used to be one living around the corner from me back in the 1970s actually… I can’t remember the last time I saw one. For a little island Tasmania has some unusual cars and bikes stashed away.
    Regards,
    Brett

  • I saw my first at a Wreckers in Hobart it was brown with grey undercoat patches. I instantly fell in love with them, the flares are awesome. Once given a chance to get one we jumped at it.

    – michellerena

  • vigor
    vigorover 2 years ago

    My ex husband and I had the wagon and we loved that car, took it everywhere…ours was the “green hornet”! Thanks for the memories!!! You rarely see these anymore!

  • thankyou very much, glad to bring back your memories

    – michellerena

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