A custom-trimmed pattern for the bench front seat was repeated on a second bench that had been added to the van, making it a kind-of two-door station wagon.
The perfectly trimmed and fitted carpets were matched by the impressive full-length headliner, side panels and load floor trim.
Supplementary gauges had been added to the dash, along with a custom centre console, but Adrian’s work didn’t end with the interior…
Major work under the bonnet included a 202 red motor bored out to 208 cubic inches and fitted with triple 45mm Webers and extensive manifold porting as part of a long list of engine modifications. A Celica 5-speed and VN Commodore diff completed the driveline.
A highly-detailed flame job ran the length of the bonnet and the body, while a custom touch some show visitors may have missed was that the EJ tail lights – which were standard on the EH panel vans and utes – had been replaced with EH station wagon rear quarters and tail lights.