Hi All, I was reading a book the other day called Heart of the Lion which is a history of Holden. It mentions that in the 1977 Holden was originally planning to introduce a model called the WA Kingswood (one year before they actually introduced the Commodore). I have seen concepts of it and it looked very modern for the time and got me wondering whether things would have turned out differently if it had been built. Would Holden have kept the market leadership from Ford? Would they have avoided the factory closures of the early 80s? Would Holden still be manufacturing cars in Australia? Would the Commodore or Camira have been built at all or would the Torana and Kingswood continued for much longer? In this book it was stated that it cost more to adapt the Opel Rekord design to Australian conditions than it would have been to design a new car. With this in mind could Holden have spent less money in the design and development and used the savings on new engines. Could fuel injection have been introduced sooner? I would be interested to hear other people's thoughts on this.