Still Holden Together - Stories of the First Holden Model (Don Loffler, New Revised Edition)

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Author: Don Loffler - **OUT OF PRINT** Book in excellent unread condition **

'Still Holden together?' Well, some of the original model Holdens are still holding together very well indeed.

Still Holden Together is a fabulous collection of new stories, photographs and information on the first Holden model, the 48-215 sedan and 50-2106 utility, commonly known as the 'FX' model.

The stories describe events and people in the life of the FX from 1944 to the present day. There are entertaining anecdotes and stories of amazing coincidences, dramatic rescues and loving restorations of precious vehicles. Most of the 320 photographs have never been published before. Don Loftier has also dug up a wealth of little-known data about the first Holden model.

Still Holden Together is a sequel to Don Loffler's best-selling She's a Beauty!, which has been widely praised:

'This book on the first Holdens, written by Don Loffler, eclipses all that has been published previously. Nothing has been rehashed, there are no old magazine road tests or drive reports that you will have read before, it's all new.'

Restored Cars

'What a beauty this book is! I was enthralled. A must for Holden fanciers or those among us who have an interest in Australia's motoring history. Buy it!'

Australian Classic Car

'It's his affection for the subject that makes Don Loffler's book so interesting and warm.'

Herald Sun

Book Details:

Publisher Code: 11SHT2
ISBN 13: 9781862548633
Author:  Don Loffler
Published: 2010 (updated) 
Pages: 241
Dimension: 210x230mm
Soft Cover, colour & b/w illustrations

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    Still Holden Together

    Posted by Harry Parsons on 30th Dec 2018

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