The Holden brand has long been part of the Australian scenery, it’s popularity soaring from the introduction of the first Holden, the 48-215 or more commonly known as the FX through the muscle car era of the seventies seeing the Monaros dominate on racetracks around this wide brown land and on the ever popular family Commodore and its own selection of luxury and muscle bred models.
Chrysler is one of those car marques that never hit the top when marketing their latest models, always playing second fiddle to both Ford and GM yet when you look at the style and innovations of Chrysler and the later incorporated Dodge along with Mopar and Plymouth, one has to ask why? Their styling was out there, second to none, they innovated and incorporated luxury items into their standard models such as push button autos, plush interiors, big motors with lots of torque while also developing purpose built race cars for both strip and circuit and have only been recognised for their achievements in the automotive industry as we look back on the past! Their muscle cars are now considered very desirable as can be seen at any auction, with bids on these classic beauties hitting well above the popular favourites of Mustangs and Camaros!
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