Not a panel van but the Holden Sandman is back!
Holden has today announced that the legendary Holden Sandman name will be reborn, this time featuring on special edition versions of the Commodore wagon and ute.
An iconic name from the 1970’s, the Sandman was famous being the panel van of choice for red-blooded males who had surfing, and possibly other things, on their minds.
Now, in an effort to cash-in on that legacy before the Australian-built large car disappears forever, Holden has attached the Sandman name to the VF Commodore SV6 and SS-V ute and Sportwagon.
At a $2,950 price premium, the Sandman variants will go on sale in June and will feature distinctive surf livery, an orange shagpile floor rug, 20” alloy wheels and Sandman decals.
Check out more details on the classic Holden Sandman.
Holden’s Executive Director of Sales, Peter Keley, said the opportunity to revive the legendary Sandman was too exciting to resist.
“The re-born Sandman is a statement and reflection of the Australian way of life. Most importantly, it’s about having fun.”
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