1965 Vauxhall Victor

Sold: £1,400

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Manufacturer:  Vauxhall
First Registered:  1965
Model:  Victor
Registration No:  HPD 746C
Mileometer:  55,345
Chassis No:  FC5046992
MOT:  Not Required
Colour:  Grey

The 1964 to 1967 FC Victor was marketed as the Victor 101, the name arising from the claim that there were '101 improvements' over the FB. Bench or separate front seating was offered, with three-speed column-change gearbox or the optional four-speed floor change. A 'Powerglide' two-speed automatic transmission was also available. An optional radio was incorporated into the bright-metal dashboard trim, an innovative styling cue, as was the incorporation of the side and indicator lamps in the front bumper. The sculpted bumpers were, for the first time in the UK, blended with the body styling. The overall look of the car was unique in GM, with its slab sides outlined with brightwork seam covers incorporating the door handles. The FC 101 was the last Victor to have a push rod engine.

A rare Vauxhall Victor 101 Deluxe described by the vendor to be in need of light restoration, or drive as is, with only two previous owners. It is MOT exempt. It is said to be running and driving well with everything working.

Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made, whether they be statements of fact or opinion.

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