Leading early Holden historian Don Loffler has unearthed an amazing collection of stories and facts about FJ variants, from the popular Special to the rarest of them all - an experimental station wagon - as well as non-factory versions in many guises. The FJ Holden is lavishly illustrated with more than 500 photographs, most of which have never been published before. The information section includes comprehensive identification details for FJs that you will not find assembled in any other place. The FJ Holden is Don Loffler's third book devoted to Australia's national car. His other Holden bestsellers, She's a beauty!, Still Holden Together and Me and My Holden, have been widely praised.The main reason, however, was that none of the competitors could approach the Holdena#39;s unique combination of power, economy, ruggedness, reliability and easy access to servicing and spare parts around the country. ... Prices varied a little ar ound the countr ya I shall use Melbour ne figures, since that was where GMH had its headquarters . ... Nowadays an entry level Holden Commodore costs much less than the average annual wage, and far less than the annual salary of aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The FJ Holden|
|Publisher||:||Wakefield Press - 2010|