GM Holden Ltd is an automaker that operates in Australia, headquartered in Port Melbourne, Victoria. The company was founded in 1856 as a saddlery manufacturer. In 1908 it moved into the automotive field, before becoming a subsidiary of the U.S.-based General Motors (GM) automotive group in 1931. After becoming a subsidiary of GM, the company was named General Motors-Holden's Ltd, becoming Holden Ltd in 1998, with the current name adopted in 2005.
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... John ("Jack") Thomas Holden (March 13, 1907 – March 7, 2004) was a long-distance runner from England, who won four consecutive national titles in the men's marathon (1947 to 1950) ... a new road on the Woodcross housing estate Jack Holden Avenue in honour of this local sporting legend ... On 23 July 1952, Jack Holden's Gardens were opened on Queens Road, Tipton ...
... is a full size luxury sports sedan variation of the Holden Commodore, produced by Holden Special Vehicles in co-operation with Australian automaker Holden ...
... The Holden VH Commodore, an evolution of the previous Holden Commodore VC model, was released in October 1981 ... Offered with Holden's 4.1 L V8 as standard, three up-spec versions of SS, known as 'Group One', 'Group Two' and 'Group Three' ( the latter also featuring the Holden 5.0 L V8) were ... Thus for the first time, the Holden Commodore lost its position as Australia's best-selling car ...
... "Peace of Mind" (Randy Holden) – 722 "Fruit Iceburgs" (Holden) – 605 "Honey Butter Lover" (Holden) – 116 ...
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