CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. exported a record 52,372 vehicles in 2004, beating its previous record of 41,181 units set in 1973 by 27%. The result, which came as the General Motors Corp. subsidiary marked 50 years of exports, was a 45% increase over the 36,069 units shipped in 2003. More than 16,000 Pontiac GTOs (Monaros) were sent to U.S. Holden Export Director Peter Keley says it is fitting that the long-standing record was broken as the company celebrates the golden anniversary of the ...

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