Re: GM to dump Holden Reply #15 – February 13, 2019, 11:35:13 AM Quote from: Thryleon on February 13, 2019, 10:07:47 AMTrue, but it still works. people swear by German and Japanese engineering.I recently went from my Jeep Wrangler to a 79 Series Landcruiser. The difference in build quality is stark. However, Toyota has got away with building a 4WD with different front and rear track and that’s critical if the vehicle is used off the bitumen. Dominating the market has allowed Toyota to save money and pass the cost of addressing their issue on to the consumer.I have owned a Ford, but it was actually a Nissan rebadged under the Button plan. I have never owned a Holden but I had a long term loan of my brother’s circa 1969 Holden Premier. It had a 253 cu in V8 and a three speed column shift. It was long in the tooth then but still went like sh1t out of a shanghai ?