Aussie Car – 1972 Holden HQ – American automobile manufacturer, Holden, is headquartered in Port Melbourne, Victoria.
We love all classics, and we put a lot of attention on German, American, Italian car manufacturers so today we will briefly look at our home country Australia’s classic.
Holden started out in 1856 as a saddler manufacturer in South Australia, then later evolved over the years progressing from repairing car upholstery to the full-scale production of vehicle body shells.
The Holden Kingswood is a 1972 full-size car developed by Australian manufacturer, Holden.
With three main generations of the Holden, from HK to WB series, these generations lasted between the years of 1968 to 1984.
Initially, the Holden HQ series was produced during 1971 to 1974 and replaced the HG series.
The Holden HQ was a four-door sedan and five-door station wagon in three trim levels.
- Holden Belmont sedan
- Holden Kingswood sedan
- Holden Premier sedan
- Holden Belmont station wagon
- Holden Kingswood station wagon
- Holden Premier station wagon
Production of the Holden HQ totalled to 485,650 vehicles, which were produced at GMH plants in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.