GM Holden produces the 1 millionth HF (High Feature) V-6 engine at its Holden Engine Operations plant at Fishermans Bend outside Melbourne, Victoria. The engine will not be used in a vehicle, but will be retained at the plant as a museum piece to a lost industry when the 106-year-old automaker, a General Motors subsidiary since 1931, ends Australian vehicle production in 2017. It took the plant 11 years to reach the 1 million-unit mark. The 1 millionth unit, a 3.6L variant, is the engine ...

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