2000 Holden Sandman Concept Car

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Built from 1974 through 1980, the Holden Sandman was and still is a cultural icon in its native Australia, one tied in with the mores of the 1970s and its vibrant subculture of carefree youth, surfing, and sex (the Melbourne Age newspaper once described it as "the only car ever built specifically for the purpose of sex").

(from Holden Press Release)  Holden’s light-hearted retro tribute to the iconic Sandman surfmobile of the seventies was created in collaboration with surf and streetwear company, Mambo. Its ‘Bushfire’ custom paint finish, beach and bush goddess murals complete with native fauna and luxurious rear ‘chill out zone’ attracted plenty of attention from Detroit showgoers, says Holden’s Executive In Charge Of Design, Michael Simcoe.