1965 Mako Shark II concept car, the first Chaparral race car and the 1967 Camaro. It was Schinella who moved the entire HK program toward what became the final design. John’s philosophy was to borrow surface design ideas from all of GM’s future and current designs and blend them into the HK range where they made the most visual impact. Above: The initial Monaro design, which was done in 1964 followed Opel (left) and Chevrolet (below) coupe design themes, especially a very defined “shoulder” where the roof met the rear fenders. Holden explored pillarless and pillar coupe ideas at this time too. Below left: Clay model of the Holden coupe emphasises the “shoulder”. 13