As Holden almost wasn’t

As Holden almost wasn't

As Wright says, “Much of the romance associated with the Holden name grew out of the car’s unique position in the 1950s. Only the Holden was homemade. It was robust, economical and, by 1950s standards, fast for a sedan. The engine happily ran 80,000 miles without needing a decoke, while the Pommy four-cylinder models of the day rarely made 30,000 miles without experiencing problems.

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