Classic piece of Aussie history: The Valiant Charger Pursuit Car
The Valiant Charger: A Chrysler innovation. Of the three classic "Aussie" family brands (GM-Holden, Ford and Chrysler), Chrysler was always the poorest cousin of the three, in sales and in the battle for Aussie hearts and minds. (Of course, all were owned by US parents and Ford and Chrysler didn't even trade under an 'Aussie' name, unlike Holden.) And yet they were the innovators: First large family car. First large 6-cylinder car. First cruising V8. And first coupe. The Charger (pictured)…
REPORT: Group working on bringing Holden Commodore to U.S. police forces
Naturally, the death of the Pontiac brand has put a crimp in sales plans at Holden, General Motors' Australian arm that assembles and exports the Pontiac G8, essentially a lightly reworked version of the brand's own Commodore sedan. Interestingly, according to Aussie website GoAuto, a most unlikely new player may be preparing to make up for the sales short: a consortium led by the Los Angeles Police Departmen
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With over 3200 photos, Australian Police Cars is the leading source of photos of modern police vehicles from Australia. The site features a very large Victorian section, with all other states covered as well.