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" Holden, our car 1856 - 2017"

Sheldon Cooper

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I did say "by that logic".
Yes, and that logic was based on year. That the 2017 car will be a VF series variant. The 48/215 was not a 1856 car.

Never mind. Moving on.
 

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Yes, and that logic was based on year. That the 2017 car will be a VF series variant. The 48/215 was not a 1856 car.

Never mind. Moving on.
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.
 

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I think because Holden was manufacturing in 1856 , not motor cars , but in business at least .
Yes, the book says 'Holden' not GM-H.
They were 'Holden's' coach builders.
I found a killed 1930s? sedan in a field once with a "Holden's" badge.
That's why you still hear some people say "Holdens"
 

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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.
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.

How about this? They did whatever they ####ing wanted to do with the pictures and dates on the cover because it's their ####ing book!
 

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I think the cover photo was based on publisher's likes, not as historical fact. Honestly, why such a big deal? What really matters is the content, right?
 
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