Vauxhall 1968

Viva (HB)
Victor (FD)
Cresta (PC)
Viscount
Ventora - February

Great Britain

Vauxhall is England's third-largest car manufacturer, also part of the American General Motors Group, but much smaller than Opel in Germany. The Viva, recently as Viva 1600 and Viva GT with 2 litre engine. The Vauxhall Victor, modified last spring in a luxury version of the Vauxhall Ventora with a six-cylinder engine of 3.3 litre capacity. This engine comes from the great Cresta and Viscount models.
Brabham Viva was discontinued in mid-year, replaced by the 2-litre Viva GT. Powered by the ohc Victor engine with a twin-Stromberg carburettor giving 104 bhp. Four-speed gearbox came from the Cresta and front disc brakes are of Victor-type.
 

Viva

(HB) (4 cyl, 1159 cc, 47 bhp)
(HB) (4 cyl, 1599 cc, 83 bhp) - June
 Saloon 2-door (wb: 8ft 0in)
 Estate 3-door (wb: 8ft 0in)
 Saloon 4-door (wb: 8ft 0in) - September
90 (HB) (4 cyl, 1159 cc, 60 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 0in)
 Estate 3-door (wb: 8ft 0in)
 Saloon 4-door (wb: 8ft 0in) - October
Brabham (4 cyl, 1159 cc, 69 bhp) - end of prod.
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 0in)
GT (HB) (4 cyl, 1975 cc, 104 bhp) - March
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 0in)


Viva SL 90
 

Victor and Ventora

Victor 1600 (4 cyl, 1599 cc, 72 bhp)
Victor 2000 (4 cyl, 1975 cc, 88 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 6in)
 Estate (wb: 8ft 6in) - May
Victor 3300 (6 cyl, 3294 cc, 123 bhp) - February
 Estate (wb: 8ft 6in)
Ventora (6 cyl, 3294 cc, 123 bhp) - February
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 6in)


Victor 1600

Victor 1600 Estate

Ventora

Victor 3300 Estate
 

Cresta and Viscount

Cresta (PC) (6 cyl, 3294 cc, 123 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 11½in)
 Estate (wb: 8ft 11½in) - end of prod. in February
Viscount (6 cyl, 3294 cc, 123 bhp)
 Saloon (wb: 8ft 11½in)


Cresta de Luxe

Cresta
 

Canadian models

Envoy FC – discontinued        
Envoy FD – new model        
Epic HB          

Canada