Conscription has been around for a while.
My 88 year old uncle still has the letter he received two weeks after he turned 18, in early 1942 when Australia was under threat of Japanese invasion. It stated that he was required to present at the local (Euroa) Drs Clinic for a Medical Examination, so that he could join the Army.
He had never applied for the Armed Forces.
In the end he joined the Air Force and headed off overseas to fight for his country with dedication. He is still involved with his old Squadron today and drives several hundred kilometers to Sydney for regular ceromonies and meetings.
1974 S3 88 Holden 186.
1971 S2A 88
1971 S2A 109 6 cyl. tray back.
1964 S2A 88 "Starfire Four" engine!
1972 S3 88 x 2
1959 S2 88 ARN 111-014
1959 S2 88 ARN 111-556
1988 Perentie 110 FFR ARN 48-728 steering now KLR PAS!