1966 Vauxhall PC Cresta Deluxe 3294cc. Grecian White with Black upholstery. The last of the series, the PC, was introduced for the London Motor Show in October 1965. No longer offered as a lower spec. Velox version, it was designated PCS (standard), PCD (Deluxe) and PCE (Executive), this last having its own name, 'Viscount'. It was a different car, larger and styled with the coke-bottle look that would also be seen in the FD Victor series: Initially, the three-speed column-shift manual transmission was standard with optional overdrive; four-speed manual and two-speed Powerglide were also optional. The De-Luxe version had four headlamps instead of the two fitted on the (much rarer) base models. This Cresta is in all round beautiful condition and has most recently had the interior re-trimmed to a very good standard. The previous keeper was told by the owners club that they regard this car as one of the best. The car starts and drives just as it should and will be sold with a fresh MOT. This Vauxhall is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands and will grace any showground or collection. Viewing is highly recommended. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
This charming little 4 door Vauxhall Viva HB is a good solid little car. The interior is in very good order, and it comes with a good mot, the original bill of sale and over 70 invoices in 2 well sorted files.