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Holden

Holden was founded in 1856 as a saddlery maker and entered automotive manufacture in 1908. Today GM Holden has an engine plant at Fisherman's Bend in Port Melbourne, Victoria and a manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia. Since 1931 it has been a subsidiary of General Motors.



Kingswood

The Kingswood was Holden model used from the late 1960's to the 1980's.

The HZ model shown above introduced Radially Tuned Suspension that improved handling.

Kingswood in Wikipedia Kingswood - 1968-1971 inlcuded a 2 door Monaro and Luxury Brougham (Replaced in 1971 by the Statesman) and WB Utility 1980-1984. Gen 1 (1968-1971)

  • HK

  • HT

  • HG

Gen 2 (1971-1984)

  • HQ

  • HJ

  • HX

  • HZ

  • WB



Commodore

The Commodore is made by Holden and introduced as a sedan in 1978. In 1984 the flagship model was branded the Calais.


Models from Wikipedia

Visit Holden Commodore in Wikipedia



Other Models - Which ones were used by NT Police? - tell us your stories.

  • FJ - 1948

  • FE - 1956

  • FB - 1960

  • EJ - 1962

  • HD - 1965

  • Torana - 1967

  • Belmont (standard)

  • HQ - 1971

  • Statesman

  • Monaro

  • HJ

  • HX

  • HZ

  • LH - 1974

  • Sunbird

  • Gemini 1975

  • Camira 1982

  • Rodeo

  • Barina 1985

  • Holden Nova

  • Lexcen

  • VS Statesman Caprice

  • Astra

  • Vectra

  • Captiva

  • Frontera

  • Jackeroo


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