HOLDEN GOT IT RIGHT

Motor (Australia) - - FRONT END | LETTERS -

Hello fel­low mo­tor­ing en­thu­si­asts. Let me firstly con­grat­u­late you on what has al­ways been a fan­tas­tic mag­a­zine. The re­cent re­vamp has only made it bet­ter. I’ve been an avid reader for al­most 30 years, and will con­tinue my sub­scrip­tion for many more. If I’m al­lowed one mi­nor sug­ges­tion, it’s that I would have to agree with the com­ments made by both Daryl Adams and James Silva in the May 2018 is­sue. For a bloke who is now get­ting close to 50 years of age, I’m find­ing it a bit of a chal­lenge to read some of the ar­ti­cles due to the back­ground/font colours. Like James, I also like to mod­ify my ve­hi­cles. So it’s great to read about what is avail­able out there, to get that lit­tle bit more per­for­mance out of your pride and joy. I’ve just pur­chased a new six-speed man­ual Holden Com­modore SS-V Red­line as a week­end cruiser. I be­lieve Holden has done such a fan­tas­tic job with this car that I won’t need to spend another dol­lar on it to make it bet­ter. Keep up the good work. Mark Stewart, via email

Thanks, Mark. Well done on the pur­chase. As for the re­design, we’ll keep on our artistes to en­sure they don’t try any more funny busi­ness.

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