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1971 Holden Statesman [HQ]

1971 Holden Statesman [HQ] in Auf Achse, TV Series, 1978-1996 IMDB Ep. 31

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: AU

1971 Holden Statesman [HQ]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2006-09-03 16:33

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Isn't this a Holden? It looks like it's GM influenced.


Exiv96 BE

2006-09-03 17:20

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Yes, it's a 70's Holden.

Lexx HU

2006-09-03 19:46

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It's a Holden Kingswood.

Bugle AU

2006-09-04 17:29

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No it's a HQ Holden Statesman.

Bugle AU

2006-09-04 18:30

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Althought I notice this is for a show that wasn't filmed in Australia, these were exported to South Africa and some episodes were filmed there so I assume that's where this car fits in. The South African exports were rebadged as Chevrolet i'm unsure of the model name they used instead of Statesman though.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-04 18:56

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Bugle wrote Althought I notice this is for a show that wasn't filmed in Australia, these were exported to South Africa and some episodes were filmed there so I assume that's where this car fits in. The South African exports were rebadged as Chevrolet i'm unsure of the model name they used instead of Statesman though.

This car is from episode 32, which, according to the list Ralph posted on the main page, takes place in Thailand.

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Bugle AU

2006-09-04 19:05

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Oh yeah oops. They exported cars to Thailand as well, no idea if they were badged Holden or Chevrolet..

razz US

2006-09-09 17:51

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some of these HQ statesman's were exported minus engines to Mazda in Japan, had rotary powerplants installed, and marketed as the 'Roadpacer".

razz US

2006-09-09 17:52

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I think the grille treatment is absolutely "Pontiac"

razz US

2006-09-09 17:53

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Check out a 1972 LeMans Pontiac and a Holden Monaro of the same year.

razz US

2006-09-09 17:55

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In ZA, or South Africa, the Chevrolet names were Kommando for the less exspensive, and Constantia for the top-line model.

lightfoot1976 AU

2006-09-19 17:36

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razz wrote some of these HQ statesman's were exported minus engines to Mazda in Japan, had rotary powerplants installed, and marketed as the 'Roadpacer".


they exported HJ premiers not HQ statemans.

Bugle AU

2006-09-19 19:49

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Yea the Roadpacer is a HJ Premier, HQ Statesmans were also exported to Japan and sold by Isuzu though.

hiergehts CH

2006-11-04 06:54

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Holden HQ 1971-74

Bellett64 AU

2006-11-24 00:54

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I've seen magazine advertisements of the South African HQ Statesman on the 'net as "Chevrolet 350", so that's probably what it's badged as. Although it was designed and built in Australia.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-11-24 01:27

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Bellett64 wrote I've seen magazine advertisements of the South African HQ Statesman on the 'net as "Chevrolet 350", so that's probably what it's badged as. Although it was designed and built in Australia.

But this episode was filmed in Thailand, not South Africa.

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