1959 Vauxhall Super Victor 4 door
Miles Shown 17641.7
Engine: 1507cc Inline 4 cylinder
Transmission: 3-Speed Column Shift
Since 1929, English automaker Vauxhall was a foreign subsidiary of General Motors. GM imported Vauxhall Victors into to the US from 1958 to 1962 marketing the cars through Pontiac dealerships.
This 1959 Vauxhall Super Victor is an extremely solid, straight with car with no cancerous rust found. The car was repainted in its original color at some point; the exterior paint has a nice shine but the paint is cracking on portions of the car. The trim is really great shape. It is still sporting the manufacture’s engine break-in sticker on the windshield!
The engine runs great but the mechanical fuel pump did not work so an electric pump was added. The water pump is leaking, and the fuel pickup in the fuel tank will need replacement. The transmission seems to work correctly. The front brakes work and are in good condition. The rear brakes will need some work. Tires are good, display well but old, would recommend replacing to drive the car over the road. The clutch hydraulic master cylinder and slave cylinder need rebuilding or replacing. The car has been part of a large collection and has not been run for many years, but it was always stored inside.
Interior appears to be original to the car and is complete with the seat covers and door panels look great. The painted metal dash is showing some cracking like parts of exterior. The dash instrument cluster and gauges are all complete and look good. All the glass and windows are good. The engine runs and sounds great.
It comes complete with spare tire and tire jack kit (shown in the photographs). This would be a nice solid and unusual vintage car to work on, and have fun taking to shows. Overall this is a really solid and complete car.