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Lansdowne Press, Melbourne - first edition, 1984. hardcover, 6¼" x 9¾", with dust jacket. Jacket edges have wear and sealed tears. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. With thirty-four b&w photographs. No one knows more about the beginnings of Australia's own car, Holden, than the author of this book, L J Hartnett. He came to Australia in 1934 to take charge of GMH, and left when it was making huge profits on the eve of launching the Holden. This book is Hartnett's autobiography, and provides a fascinating picture of the mobilization of Australian industry in World War Two, and his failure with the Hartnett motor car.