CANBERRA – General Motors Corp.’s subsidiary Holden Ltd. this month marks 50 years of exports, representing more than 600,000 vehicles and nearly 4 million engines shipped to all continents except Antarctica. Holden Monaro coupe sent to U.S. as Pontiac GTO. Australia’s largest and longest-running vehicle-export program grew from a handful of FJ sedans sent to New Zealand in November 1954, just six years after Holden produced Australia’s first locally built car. Holden now sends its ...

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