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Kingswood Cars

In 1968, the first Holden Kingswood car was released to the public. It offered consumers an all-new body design, a V8 engine, and a fully imported 5.0 L Chevy small block engine. What's old can be new again with the right buyer. Car guys who love to rebuild, restore, and refurbish antique cars are always on the look out for the Kingswood.

Every Guy's Dream Car

From the first time a little boy gets introduced to toy cars, he starts to dream of owning his personal hot rod to race down the street. The Holden Kingswood might be a vintage make now, but that doesn't mean it should be stored in the back of the barn and never taken out for a drive.

Built to Last

One thing about the Holden company is the fact it builds cars to last. Whether you want a pre-1970 or a Holden Kingswood post-1970 collector car, you know you are getting a high-quality product that still has years of life left in it. Manufacturing of the Kingswood stopped in 1984. It was only on the market for 16 years, but during that time it quickly became a beloved member of the family.

A Class of its Own

Don't let the fact that it is a full-size vehicle fool you. This bad boy has power under the bonnet. It was available in four different body styles: 2-door coupe utility, 3-door panel van, 4-door sedan, and a 5-door station wagon. Take your pick; you won't be disappointed.

No Matter What You Call It

Known by several different names, you might call the Holden Kingswood the Belmont, Premier, or One Tonner. It doesn't matter what you call it, as long you own it. Its predecessor was the Holden Special, and its successor was the Holden Commodore.

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