Vauxhall 1946-70 - 2018 Market Review

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Vauxhall 1946-70

Vauxhall 1946-70 - 2018 Market Review
Vauxhall Viva

Vauxhalls are among the brands facing declining interest and possible extinction.

Body parts are very hard to find and even minor crash damage could write a car off. The ones with best spares support are the PA Velox and Cresta and they traditionally have held their values well.

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The later PB models are better cars than the similar-looking EH Holden but a quarter the price. The four-cylinder Viva is scarce and also holding its value.

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Most expensive at present are 1946-51 models with very dated styling. The later E Series looks better and offers more interior space for less money.

Sedans 1946-51 $11,000 [3]

Wyvern/Velox 1952-57 $7935 [3]

Velox/Cresta 1959-62 $8700 [5]

Velox/Cresta 1963-65 $6125 [2]

Viva $5265 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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