It’s a sad day for automotive enthusiasts in Australia, and a few in other parts of the globe, as the country’s car industry comes to a grinding halt. On Friday, General Motors’ local subsidiary Holden turned the lights off at its plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, ending 69 years of Holden production in the country. The brand will live on, but exclusively with cars imported from overseas, including a next-generation Commodore. The last car, a 2017 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline, which is similar to the Chevrolet SS sold in the United States, is thought to have been...
Someone paid $44K to live out their 'Mad Max' fantasies in this Ford Falcon XB GT
One of the most iconic movie cars of all time is the blacked-out police car from 1979’s “Mad Max.” Dubbed the Pursuit Special, it was based on a 1973 Ford Falcon XB GT sold in Australia, and through the original movie plus sequels it has grown to become just as popular as some of...Viknesh Vijayenthiran