Chevrolet Australia 1934

 

Australia

Bodies for the local assembly of Chevrolets were built in Australia as early as 1918 and by 1926 the newly created General Motors (Australia) Pty Ltd had established assembly plants in five Australian states to produce Chevrolet and other GM vehicles using bodies supplied by Holden Motor Body Builders. The merger of General Motors (Australia) Pty Ltd with the troubled Holden Motor Body Builders in 1931 saw the creation of General Motors – Holden's and the ongoing production of various GM products including Chevrolet. GMH departed from traditional US body styles with the release of the Chevrolet Coupe Utility in 1934.

 

Utilities

  wb: 6 cyl.
80 bhp
6 cyl.
60 bhp
Master 112 in. -
Standard 107 in. -

 

 

Assembled cars

  wb: 6 cyl.
80 bhp
6 cyl.
60 bhp
Master 112 in. -
Standard 107 in. -