- Written by webmin
Would you look at that (not the chick in the footie pajamas…): We’ve not yet taken a look at an Australian car brand in the Hemmings Six Degrees of Automotive Separation Challenge. Of course, while the cars built and sold in Oz were often unique to the sunburnt country, most of the brands were inextricably tied to foreign carmakers, which would normally make them a poor choice for our weekly challenge. That’s why, this week, we’ll consider Holden, GM’s venture in Australia, but we’ll do so without using the direct link from Holden to GM.
The game works like this: the first person to respond get to suggest an automotive company to link to Holden in six degrees or less. Whoever successfully answers that gets to suggest another company to link to Holden, and so on and so forth. As always, a connection consists of one company owning another, merging with another or sharing another’s parts.