Holden: a look back at seven decades of making Australia’s own car



The company’s last car will roll off the production line today, signalling the end of car manufacturing in Australia and the death of an Australian cultural icon. The company, which began mass-producing cars with the FX Holden in 1948, employed 23,000 people at its peak in 1964. Among its range were classics including the EH Holden, the Kingswood, the Monaro and the Commodore, one of Australia’s bestselling cars of all time

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