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Yes, the book says 'Holden' not GM-H.I think because Holden was manufacturing in 1856 , not motor cars , but in business at least .
WOW dude! And from 2017 they won't be built here. Just move on already! If you don't understand, don't continue. You just end up looking stupid.first and last GM-H built on our shores AFAIK - what crazy logic do you have? GM-H will not cease to exist in 2017.