Vauxhall 1946-1967 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2021 Market Review - Vauxhall 1946-1967

Anyone wanting a 1960s General Motors’ product without paying big money for a Holden might consider a Vauxhall.

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Pre-1952 the offerings are cramped and frumpy but the E Series, PA and PB models that followed were more spacious and stylish. PA and PB Series cars with six-cylinder engines would more than match a ‘grey’ motor Holden in performance too; well enough in fact for a PA to win Australia’s first 500 Mile production race at Phillip Island 1960.

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Prices are low at present with really good cars absent from the market. So too the four-cylinder Victors and Vivas which were Class contenders in various events and should today sell in decent condition at $4000-7000.

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Sedans 1946-51 $11,625 [4]

Wyvern/Velox 1952-57 $11,835 [3]

Velox/Cresta 1959-65 $6635 [3]

Victor 1957-66 [N/S]

Viva $4200 [1]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 European & British Value Guide.


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From Unique Cars #456, Aug 2021


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