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7 hours ago, Frosty said:

Cool chassis porn bud. I'm jealous. The finish on the control arms is first rate!

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On 10/17/2020 at 4:07 AM, 64 kiwi boni said:

Just had enough time today to get the spare diff under the frame 

no work tomorrow as Bathurst is on 👍

last year for Holden and they are off too the history books like Pontiac 😪

next years it’s all camaro’s



It's amazing how in just over a decade how much GM has contracted Kiwi.

In 2004, Oldsmobile became an orphan.

In 2010, GM said adios to Hummer, Saab, Saturn, and Pontiac.

In 2017, GM sells Opel and Vauxhall to Peugeot.

10-20-2017, the last Holden was produced, and by 2021, it will cease as a brand altogether.

GM of Argentina was shutdown for over a year due to the economic situation there.

GM has also threatened to shutdown GM Korea if they didn't get wage concessions 2 years ago and right now remains tentatively profitable.

GM has shutdown operations in India, Russia, and Africa.

So GM is no longer trying to be the world's largest automaker. They are trying to be one of the most profitable one or perhaps more importantly, they want to transform themselves into a modern profitable "transportation" company with the major investments into electric / zero-emissions technology.


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