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1994 Vauxhall Omega 2.0 16v GLS
1994 Vauxhall Omega 2.0 16v GLS
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Estimate: No Reserve
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Dec 2021
  • Chassis number: W0L000025R1102920
In 1994, Vauxhall fell into line with its German counterpart by naming its Carlton successor the Omega ‑ a name that had been used by Opel since 1986. Although thoroughly modern in its curvaceous styling, it retained a traditional rear‑wheel drive chassis, as befitted an executive car of the era.

This maroon 80,620‑mile 2.0 16v GLS was registered in May 1994, making it an especially early example, as production only started in April 1994. There isn't much paperwork beyond the V5C document and the current MoT certificate (which expires on 10 December 2021), although there is a Haynes workshop manual as well. A check back over the online MoT history shows that the January 2006 MoT was at 30,592 miles, so what is a comparatively low mileage for a 27‑year‑old car is largely backed up by the MoT details.

The car presents very well, but does have a smattering of stonechips over the bonnet and front wings, as well as in a few areas further back,.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 16TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
In 1994, Vauxhall fell into line with its German counterpart by naming its Carlton successor the Omega - a name that had been used by Opel since 1986. Although thoroughly modern in its curvaceous styling, it retained a traditional rear-wheel drive chassis, as befitted an executive car of the era. This maroon 80,620-mile 2.0 16v GLS was registered in May 1994, making it an especially early example, as production only started in April 1994. There isn't much paperwork beyond the V5C document and the current MoT certificate (which expires on 10 December 2021), although there is a Haynes workshop manual as well. A check back over the online MoT history shows that the January 2006 MoT was at 30,592 miles, so what is a comparatively low mileage for a 27-year-old car is largely backed up by the MoT details. The car presents very well, but does have a smattering of stonechips over the bonnet and front wings, as well as in a few areas further back,. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 16TH SEPTEMBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Dec 2021
  • Chassis number: W0L000025R1102920
Estimate: No Reserve

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