Vauxhall Victor VX4/90 and Ventora Handbook
Important Operating, Safety and Maintenance Instructions
This handbook should be considered a permanent part of the vehicle and should remain in the vehicle at time of resale.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this handbook are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication (1974)
• Vauxhall Victor ‘1800’ – 1759cc OHC (4 Door Saloon and 5 Door Estate)
• Vauxhall Victor ‘2300’ – 2279cc OHC (4 Door Saloon and 5 Door Estate)
• Vauxhall VX4/90 – 2279cc OHC Twin Carburettors (4 Door Saloon)
• Vauxhall Ventora – 3293cc OHV (4 Door Saloon and 5 Door Estate)
• Technical Data
• Before Driving Your Vauxhall
• Starting and Operating
• In Case of Emergency
• As and When Necessary
• Valeting Your Vauxhall
• Approved Accessories
• Euro service Maintenance Plan
• Recommended Lubricants
• Lubrication Diagram
• Service Information and Routine Maintenance
Condition: Used, Exterior in Good condition, No Damage to Spine and Corners, interior is Excellent for its age, all pages sit well and are not detached from the spine, no water damage and not defaced. Front cover has a few pen marks on see images to clarify.
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