The Silver Aero was based on the Mk1 version of the Vauxhall Cavalier Sports Hatch, and looked stunning thanks to aggressive looking body modifications. It went as well as it looked, thanks to a RayJay tuirbo and Blydenstein-tuned engine.
Keith Adams IN 1977, Vauxhall-Bedford’s hugely talented design director, Wayne Cherry, penned his idea of how a new generation sports car for the masses should look. The car incorporated a considerable amount of his then-current thinking – so it received the famous Vauxhall droop-snoot, a long, low bonnet, and stubby high tail. It was seemingly […]
Ever wondered where the Vauxhall droopsnoots come from? Their creator Wayne Cherry honed his passion for the wedge with the sensational SRV1 of 1970. Who’d have thought it would had led to the Vauxhall Chevette? The thin edge of the wedge Presented at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1970, the Vauxhall SRV1 (Styling Research […]