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Vauxhall took a great step forward in 1937, requiring confidence in plans and people. One million pounds was spent on plant, equipment and buildings. The risk proved successful.
The Vauxhall Ten was the first British car to have a unitary construction body, replacing the conventional separate chassis with body and frame built as one unit. Competing in the established 10hp market, this model had the added advantage of independent front suspension. The biggest selling point was fuel economy, offering 42 miles to the gallon.
The previous owner had kept this car for 20 years.
|Output||34.5hp @ 3,800rpm|
|Manufacturer||Vauxhall Motors Ltd|
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