The Golden Age of Australian Motoring began in 1948 with the launch of the first truly Australian car. Holden led the way, followed by Ford and Chrysler. Until the advent of the "World Car" where major manufacturers created one vehicle to suit many countries, Australian Manufacturers turned out a host of original designs, which were essentially unique to Australia.
These cars, from "FJ Holdens" to "Falcons" together with "Valiants" and "Toranas" became part of the colour and history of family life. In the bush, in the city and on the racetrack, folklore grew up around these original Aussie cars. Since 1986 Trax has been recreating Australia's unique motoring heritage with these authentically scaled models, released in original colour schemes and distributed to eager collectors around Australia and across the world.