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Friday, June 24, 2011


Holden cars own history began in 1856 by James Alexander Holden set up a company that engaged in the manufacture of saddle leather on the corner of Rundle and King William Street in Adelaide, South Australia.

In 1885 in collaboration with the horse carriage maker named Henry Adolf Frost formed the famous company named "Holden and Frost"
. In 1910, Holden & Frost tried messing about ngatik motor vehicles and 1914 for the first time to try to make the car body in order to pair with the car branded "Lancia". This experiment is a success and eventually Holden & Frost large enough to get orders from the company car "Dodge" which ironically will be the main rival.In 1917, when the First World War which involved almost all industries in the UK, Australian government has done to the U.S. embargo by prohibiting the import of all types of complete vehicles.These conditions, as well as the difficulty of storage of imported goods, causing the vehicle frame is dibatasi.Kebutuhan imports will continue to increase motor vehicle which caused the vehicle agents who had been using the order import, begin to look for local companies to produce the following frame body. In 1919, Edward Wheeldon Holden register "Holden's Motor Body Builders" as a specialized company engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle body.
Initially, the company built bodies for Overland, Chevrolet, Durant, Hupmobile and Dodge.
In 1924 "Holden's Motor Body Builders' Australia became the sole manufacturer of the vehicle body, made ​​on the orders of General Motors. With a total production capacity of more than 22,000 body (more than 11,000 body is made to GM). In 1928, George Rayner Hoff design a symbol that will be used for all production vehicles of the production of Holden's Motor Body Builder, the form of "lion and stone" that symbolizes the legend of humans who created the wheel. This symbol has survived until now although I have several times experienced improvements.
In 1930 global economic crisis, which led to a decline in production. And in 1931, Holden's Motor Body Builders sell their shares to American General Motors in Australia and changed its name to General Motors-Holdens. This effort is not entirely for profit, but rather the actions of the Australian government to freeze the money so that there is no capital fled abroad.
In 1934, Larry Hartnett (later given the title as Sir Laurence Hartnett) has been sent to Australia by GM as a Managing Director of this company. In 1935, the world economy began to recover and under the leadership of Larry Hartnett, GM-Holden had raised its production.
A year later, Larry Hartnett began planning the production of products wholly truly native to Australia, but returned the second world war, which finally stopped the project. After the war, the Australian Government resumed the project and has offered to all companies that exist in Australia, but only one company that is able to keep General Motors Holdens.
Today, almost every generation has a Holden in Australia, and it can be said that "holden" has become the favorite cars in Australia.


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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Ferrari 458 Italia

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Ferrari F430 is the replacement series were similarly engined V8. Carrying the new direct-injection engine with a capacity of 4.5 liters can pump power of 562 horsepower with the engine rev up to 9000 rpm peak. The car can accelerate from 0-100 kph in just 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 325 kph can be seen this new public at the Frankfurt Motor Show later

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