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    Vauxhall Viva HA. Let's go Viva!

    In August 1963, Vauxhall presented its first new mid-range model after the Second World War with the Viva HA. This Vauxhall Viva was the start of a seventeen-year period in which three generations of the Viva were built. The first series would be produced until 1966, putting Vauxhall in this class More

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    Vauxhall Velox, (almost) ... 70 years back in time

    By: Dirk de Jong It is of course not common that you just come across a Vauxhall Velox from 1950 in very good condition. When discovered, the car had a strong appeal to Albert Wekema, who bought the car and now plans to use the Vauxhall Velox - all the way to new street - More

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    Vauxhall Chevette, a kind of Opel Kadett

    Vauxhall, a kind of Opel In 1980, General Motors had decided that the once illustrious brand would only be supplied to the inhabitants of Portugal, Greece and England. And that was of course because at that time Vauxhall and Opel supplied the same cars under the bravely waving GM banner. And outside England More

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    Vauxhall Viva, the British Kadett

    Vauxhall started as a car manufacturer in 1903. Despite the good sales, in 1925 the management agreed to the takeover proposal of the American car group General Motors (GM). And then English car builders thought that in order to survive as car builders, they had to make cars that should be durable, sound, cheap to maintain and economical. More

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    Vauxhall Viva

    Just like on the other side of the Channel or the North Sea, the M-word is not allowed to be discussed in public among classic enthusiasts – we are talking about the Austin Metro, Maestro and Montego – the same target group on the Continent prefers not to speak about the Vauxhall Viva… More popular than More

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    Vauxhall Viscount

    With any luck, can you still remember the Vauxhall Viscount? The model was introduced in June 1966. The Viscount shared, among other things, the mechanical components of the Cresta PC, but was even more luxurious. For example, the buyer could insure himself of power steering, electric windows, seats with adjustable backs, a kind of More