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1970 Holden Kingswood [HG]

1970 Holden Kingswood [HG] in Garage Days, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: AU

1970 Holden Kingswood [HG]

Position 01:13:01 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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valiant1962 AU

2007-02-18 04:36

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Sorry this is the best pic available. The round object is a melon that one of the characters carries around as a substitute baby to prove to his girlfriend that he will be a good dad. The melon ends up splattered on the Kingswood windscreen.

Neptune US

2007-02-18 04:55

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In Australia, what is Holden viewed or classed as; in terms of genre???
Does Holden make Performance, Economy-Value or Luxury cars? (or does Holden
make a little bit of everything? )

valiant1962 AU

2007-02-18 06:33

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Holden make a varied range of cars from econony models throught to luxury madels and sports models. They are part of GM worldwide and share a lot of worldwide GM models, such as Isuzu, Opel, etc. They export to msot right hand drive markets with some exports badged as Chevrolet (Middle East), Daewoo (Asia), and even I believe Buick (China). New generation Pontiac GTO's are rebadged Holden Monaro's (2 door sports model of Commodore range - now discontinued)
They also have a seperate high performance marque - Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) - that are based on basic models but feature higher performance specs and are sold as seperate make through selected Holden Dealers, not all Holden dealers can sell HSV's

-- Last edit: 2007-02-18 06:36:07

Neptune US

2007-04-25 02:00

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Thank you for the Info, Valiant1962. :) Sorry for the very late reply. :/

T AU

2008-05-16 05:52

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Holden HG. Possibly a Ute.

Note the bonnet centrelines and the split wiper grill in this image .

http://www.holden.org.au/images/hg52.JPG

T

-- Last edit: 2008-05-16 05:59:00

T AU

2008-05-23 08:42

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It looks much more like an HG Wagon now (has rear seat and tailgate).

T

marioman3138 AU

2008-10-22 10:40

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1970-71

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