Holden 1967

Holden HR    
Torana (HB) – new model  


The “X2” was replaced by the 145 bhp “186S” in June, the new version fitted with a single two barrel carburettor. A three speed manual transmission is standard on the HR with a two speed “Powerglide” automatic gearbox available as an option. An Opel sourced four speed manual transmission is offered from August. Introduced in May 1967 to replace the HA series Vauxhall Viva in the Australian market, the first Torana model is a facelifted HB series Vauxhall Viva. It feature a two-door body, 12 inch wheels and a 56 bhp 1.2-litre four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed gearbox. A Borg-Warner Model 35 three-speed automatic transmission is optional. Drum brakes are fitted front and rear, with power assisted front disc brakes optional.

Holden HR

wb: 106 in. 161
6 cyl.
161 cu.in.
114 hp
6 cyl.
186 cu.in.
126 hp
6 cyl.
186 cu.in.
145 hp
Standard Sedan
Special Sedan
Premier Sedan -
Standard Station Sedan
Special Station Sedan
Premier Station Sedan -
Panel Van      




HR Special Sedan

HR Premier Station Sedan


2-door sedan