Holden 1960

FC Wheel base:
105 inches (2667mm)
six-cylinder
132-cubic-inch
(2.2 L)
72 bhp
– end of prod.
Standard sedan
Business sedan
Special sedan
Standard Station Sedan
Special Station Sedan
utility
panel van
 
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FB Wheel base:
105 inches (2667mm)
six-cylinder
138-cubic-inch
(2,260 cc)
75 bhp
– new model
Standard sedan
Special sedan
Standard Station Sedan
Special Station Sedan
utility
panel van
 


Holdeny na eksport.

Ukazał się Holden FB z silnikiem o pojemności zwiększonej do 2260 cm³ i nadwoziu o długości 461,5 cm, odznaczający się pionowo ustawionymi przednimi słupkami.


After a production run of 191,724 vehicles, the FC was replaced by the Holden FB series in January 1960.
The FB series was introduced on 14 January 1960. Overall length is 5.5 inches (140 mm) greater whilst the wheelbase remained the same. The engine is bored out by 1/16 of an inch to take the engine capacity to 138 cubic inches and the compression ratio is raised resulting extra 4 brake horsepower. Changes were also made to the brakes, front coil springs, air cleaner and clutch. Styling differences are the lower bonnet, finned rear mudguards with new taillights (on the sedans and wagons only) and a wrap-around windscreen. Seating and the instrument panel is also improved. The Business Sedan model, which had been marketed as part of the FC range, was not carried over to the FB series.

 


Holden FB


 


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