The Holden EH was an automobile produced by General Motors-Holden’s in Australia from 1963 to 1965. The EH was released in August 1963 replacing the Holden EJ series and was the first Holden to incorporate the new “Red” engine, with a 7 main bearing crankshaft instead of the 4 main bearing crankshaft used in the “Grey” engine. The larger capacity 149 ci (2400cc) engine was first only sold attached to a three-speed manual gear box or the “Hydramatic” three-speed automatic transmission with a (column shift). The 179 ci (2900cc) engine was only sold with the “Hydramatic” three-speed. The first EH with a 179 ci engine and a manual gear box, was called the “EH-S4”. The 179ci engine then became available with an up-graded manual gear box, with stronger gears than the 149ci gear box. The three-speed manual (column shift) gear boxes had no synchromesh on first gear, requiring double de-clutching. The 179 ci manual also used an up-graded clutch.

A total of 256,959 EH Holdens were produced and sold from 1963 to 1965, when the EH was replaced by the Holden HD series.

The Holden Premier is an automobile that was produced by Holden for Australasia between 1962 and 1980. The Premier was an upmarket version of the:

Holden Standard/Special: between 1962 and 1968.
Holden Belmont/Kingswood: between 1968 and 1980. These 1968 onwards Premiers are distinguished from the Belmont and Kingswood by having a quad-headlight grille treatment.
The Premier was cancelled in 1980 as Holden rationalised its large range with the advent of its smaller Commodore model.

The Holden EH range was offered in the following models:

Standard Sedan
Standard Station Sedan
Special Sedan
Special Station Sedan
S4 Special Sedan
Premier Sedan
Premier Station Sedan
Panel van

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