Vauxhall Cresta

The Vauxhall Cresta PA debuting for the first time in 1955 and built on a common base body with the models Velox and Wyvern. The Cresta, the Vauxhall flagship in terms of standard equipment, including leather seats offers a high paneled interior, white wall tires and a two-tone paint. When engine is a 2.7 liter six-cylinder engine with 93 hp. In 1962, the first generation Cresta is replaced by the successor Cresta PB. The Cresta PB with its distinctive tail fins, the wide chrome grille and chrome trim bears the typical traits of an American road cruiser. The mid-60s there is a renewed model change. The new Cresta has with the previous models, hardly anything in common and strongly reminiscent in design to the Group brother Opel Admiral. At the same time brings Vauxhall Cresta Estate under the model name and a station wagon on the market.