Old ford Explorer 300 dies after crash

A new Explorer 300 from the legendary Canadian carmaker has suffered a serious crash in Victoria.

Key points:The car was parked in the middle of the road in the city of Port Phillip for about an hourThe car hit a tree, which knocked it overSource: Seven NewsMelbourne,Victoria The old ford, known as the “old man” of the automotive industry, was the company’s most popular car.

It was sold in the 1980s, when it was sold for $12,000.

The car suffered a minor accident in the suburb of Port Philip in Victoria on Saturday afternoon, but is now in the hospital.

The driver and three passengers were taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital, but there was no immediate word on their condition.

The vehicle was parked for about two hours in the street near the entrance of the Port Phillip Airport.

It hit a branch of a tree and knocked it down.

The car was taken to Royal Melbourne hospital for a minor injury.

The Explorer 300 has been an icon of the brand’s legacy, with its red, white and blue exterior and white paint job.

The Explorer is a legend among the Holden family and is the oldest Holden car in the world.

Its distinctive shape, a rear-mounted engine, and the “ford” symbol on the engine cover, have become iconic.

There are over 200 Explorer 300s made, with only around 10,000 in existence.

A Holden representative said the driver and four passengers were in stable condition.

“It was a very serious accident,” the spokesperson said.

“They are currently being assessed and are in hospital.”

A spokesman for Holden said the company was “deeply saddened” by the accident.

“This is a serious accident, we are deeply saddened by this and are cooperating fully with police,” he said.

“We have been in touch with the family and will be providing all support they need as they recover.”