It seems that, fifty years later, a soft spot remained in Holden's heart for its early 1950s FJ model, because it served as inspiration for a retro hot rod styling exercise called the EFIJY (background information here and here).
The original FJ had a rather simple design that looked like a slightly scaled-down version of GM's "torpedo" bodies seen on circa-1941 Pontiacs, Oldsmobiles and such. Features included the line of the hood shoulder transitioning into a bulge just below the side windows that, in turn, transitioned to the "bustle back" trunk. Fenders are separate, unlike the postwar flow-through style seen on 1950-vintage GM American makes. The single flashy element was a grille featuring bold, heavy chrome sculpting in the spirit of contemporary American practice.
The EFIJY follows FJ styling themes in that it has (1) separate fenders, (2) a divided windshield, (3) a high, tapered hood with blending to the trunk area and (4) a close copy of the FJ grille design.