Matamata Panelworks Open day 2012 gave a great display of cars despite a few drops of rain, “we would never let it spoil a great day out”.

Matamata ‘Panelworks Open Days’ are a huge all day event … Matamata Panelworks  Open day 2012 gave a great display of cars despite a few drops of rain, “we would never let it spoil a great day out”. The day started off with light rain falling but eventually cleared to a beautiful morning and hot afternoon.  Over 700 … Continue reading Read more »

Check out the Folden Buzz

GENERAL FOLDEN COMMENTS Dan Campbell Still maybe fatten that Holden ass out a bit. Might look a bit limp with the mighty Mustang front and a tapered filthy Holden on the back. Spoiler it up…. Kev Definitely chunk up the rear end a bit with a spoiler or something… Engine has to be a 351 … Continue reading Read more »

The “Folden” is emerging from the “lab” like Frankenstein’s monster!

And, so far, we’re still here! The angry mobs from the Ford and Holden villages haven’t managed to storm Matamata Panelworks “castle” yet! Does that make Ian Kenyon the equivalent of Dr. Frankenstein? He has been “operating” on ( in the view of some ) the “monster Folden” down in the Panelworks laboratory and giving … Continue reading Read more »

“Folden Grand Unveiling” happens this Sunday March 21st at our “2010 Open Day” in Matamata, NZ!

If you have been following the “Great Folden Controversy” on The Rock FM with Rob and Jono you know the moment of final unveiling is near! Get on down to Matamata this Sunday 21st March between 10am and 4pm and be among the first in New Zealand to behold the mighty new “Folden”. This crazy … Continue reading Read more »

2010 Open Day was a Great Success…

It was a lovely and sunny day and great to see a lot more Matamata “locals” here this year. The Matamata Primary School did a great job of organizing the “Gold Coin Donation”, “Silent Bid”, the raffle, and also selling food and drink. In the end they raised between $2,500 and $3,000 towards new computers. … Continue reading Read more »