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Holden Belmont

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The Holden Belmont was the entry-level version of the large car built by General Motors–Holden’s Ltd. from 1968 to 1980. It was available as a four-door sedan, five-door station wagon, a panel van and a pick-up, or ute. The nameplate disappeared from passenger cars when it was absorbed into the main Kingswood range, after the HX series of 1977. Commercial vehicles—a ute and panel van—continued the Belmont name until the end of the 1980 model year with the HZ series.

q.v. Holden Kingswood, Holden Premier, Holden Brougham, Holden Statesman

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