Holden Ltd.'s Statesman models undergo a revamp in preparation for competition from the new Ford Fairlane, which goes on sale in July. The long-wheelbase Statesman gets new sharp lines at the front and rear, in keeping with the crisper shape of the new Commodore. The interior is upgraded with features such as an improved center console, wood-grain panels and larger information display screen. Holden's more expensive Caprice has been given extra power and aggressive styling to appeal to ...
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