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Vauxhall: A History by Robert Cook
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Vauxhall: A History

by Robert Cook

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Just over 100 years ago, a small engineering concern in Vauxhall, South London, made its first motor car. Named after the place it was built, the Vauxhall was a revelation. Vauxhall was purchased in the 1920s by General Motors and its most famous models include its Edwardian Prince Henry, the PA Cresta, perhaps the most distinctive of its American-styled cars, as well as the Astra, Cavalier, and its 1970s rally-winning cars such as the Firenza and Chevette. Vauxhall: A History tells the story of the cars and the people that built them.

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