The Holden Premier was made in a time before unleaded petrol was introduced, and therefore requires leaded petrol.
The Holden Premier comes with either a V6 or V8 engine. Even 50 years ago the Premier's V6 was a formidable beast with its 3-litre, six-cylinder motor generating 97kW maximum power and 244Nm maximum torque.
These days the Holden Premier holds high sentimental value for some, and restored models can be bought and sold for much more than they were worth brand new.
The Holden Premier was a popular and somewhat iconic car that saw multiple generations from 1962 to 1980. It is available with automatic or manual transmission, bucket or bench seats, and even Venetian blinds.
The Holden Premier has a theoretical top speed of 181 km/h and could go from a standing start and on past the 100km/h mark along the way in 12.6 seconds - not bad for a four-speed manual transmission.