1920 Vauxhall 30 98 Review

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1920 Vauxhall 30 98 Review
After the first World War when the Vauxhall 30/98 resumed production, there simply was nothing else on the road that was faster in 1920.

1920 Vauxhall 30 98 Review

Initially introduced as the E-type with a side-valve 4,500cc engine and just rear wheel brakes, the later OE type had a 4.25-litre engine, the swift introduction of front wheel brakes soon afterwards contributing more worthwhile braking capacity to console the faster driver. The king of all sporting vintage cars and fairly described as a gentleman’s fast touring car, a total of 111 of the Vauxhallchassis were produced in 1924, the most for any year the model was produced. Paradoxically however, three out of every five produced were sold in Australia.

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