CANBERRA – GM Holden Ltd. shocks the Australian auto industry by announcing plans to discontinue sales of the popular Monaro coupe in the domestic market, but most export sales are expected to continue. General Motors Corp. sold 79 Monaros (Pontiac GTOs) in December 2003, when the car first was launched in the U.S. market; 13,569 units in 2004 and 6,907 in the year's first six month, for a total of 20,555 units, according to Ward's data. Holden Monaro A spokesman says the ...
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