MELBOURNE – With Australian new vehicle sales continuing at a record pace manufacturers rushed to feature new releases at the Melbourne Auto Show. The Holden VY One Tonner Cab Chassis bowed at the Melbourne Auto Show. Among the showstoppers: Ford Motor Co. new Falcon-based 4-wheel-drive Territory, although the show car had blacked-out windows to conceal its interior. The 7-seater off-road wagon is expected to sell from about A$40,000 ($24,320). It goes on sale in April, 2004. ...
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