Morley, David
February 2001
Motor;Feb2001, p34
Compares the automobiles Ford XR8 and Holden SS Ute in Australia. Delivery of torque as a distinguishing factor of Ford automobiles; Sophistication of standards in vehicle suspension; Specifications of both automobiles.


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