The Vauxhall TT OW 1922 is a classic car designed and manufactured by the British car maker Vauxhall in 1922. It was the last model to be released prior to World War II, and remained in production until 1929. The Vauxhall TT OW 1922 is a two seater open-top cabriolet with seating for two adults. It is powered by a 2.6 litre side-valved inline four cylinder engine, producing 40 horsepower. The bodywork is constructed from pressed sheet steel, with a sleek almond-shaped radiator grille and simple yet elegant wheel rims. The interior of the car features a comfortable leather upholstery with walnut trim, and the car also comes with period-style chrome-plated handles for the doors and windows. Externally, the Vauxhall TT OW 1922 is a stunning example of British automotive craftsmanship, featuring classic detailing such as pewter-brushed handrails along the sides, chrome mudguards and ornate silver trim along the edges. To further its prestige, a number of Vauxhall TT OW 1922s can be found sporting the black and yellow livery of the Royal Family - a fitting tribute to the car's regal heritage. The Vauxhall TT OW 1922 is a timeless classic that appeals to both modern and traditional car enthusiasts. Its timeless design and luxurious features make it an ideal vehicle for those who want a classic car with style and luxury.
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