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This item has a limited edition certificate included The Victor's styling was very much a miniaturised version of what Vauxhall's parent company, GM, were doing in Detroit during 1957. In America, Harley Earl's 'GM Art and Colour Section' did not have to use 13-inch wheels and stick to a width of only 1580mm. This meant the styling did not translate quite as elegantly as it should have done. However the lively performance, roomy boot and comfortable accommodation, made the car a good seller over its five-year production life, with 390,747 examples being produced. The FA was also famous for having a dogleg at the base of its wrap around windscreen that appeared to have been placed specifically to bruise your knee on when getting in or out of the car.
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