MELBOURNE – General Motors Corp.'s Holden Ltd. subsidiary faces a dilemma most auto makers might envy – how to boost production at its already overburdened Adelaide plant to keep up with demand for its wildly popular Monaro and Commodore cars. Holden currently assembles 32 Monaros a day and expects to sell 7,000 of the sought-after coupes in Australia this year. The auto maker already is struggling to keep up with record demand for its Commodore, Australia's best-selling car for the past ...

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