Vauxhall is returning to the NEC Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, running from November 13th to the 15th. On display from Vauxhall will be 5 classic head turners, along with one token vehicle – the last of seven-million Vectra CDXs to roll off the Luton production assembly.
The CDX will be displayed with all the names of the Vauxhall employees who built it. The other five cars are bound to get a bit more attention, though. They are the: “MYT 1” 1961 Cresta Friary Estate, “Baby Bertha” Gerry Marshall race car, Vauxhall SRV concept, Vauxhall “Goldviva” Viva HA, and 1930 T-type Melton Golfer’s Coupe with a Grosvenor body.
Along with Vauxhall in the Griffin-branded area will be the Vauxhall Cresta Club, Vauxhall FD Register, Vauxhall VX4/90 Drivers’ Club, Chevette Owners’ Group, Vauxhall Cavalier and Chevette Club, Vauxhall/Opel Drivers’ Club, and the Just Opel/Vauxhall Car Club.
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