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1978 Vauxhall Chevette HS

1978 Vauxhall Chevette HS in The Worlds Greatest Rally Cars, Documentary, 2000

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: UK

1978 Vauxhall Chevette HS

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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stronghold EN

2006-08-19 17:17

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looks like W-reg 1880-81? road car..
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Sunbar UK

2006-08-19 17:25

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stronghold wrote looks like W-reg 1880-81? road car..



yes, agreed from seeing these pictures.


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Sunbar UK

2006-08-19 18:34

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This is not a Chevette HS (or HSR) but standard Chevette.

BeanBandit FI

2006-08-19 19:30

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Here's a picture of HS, looks like same.

http://www.droopsnootgroup.org.uk/images/hsu.jpg

Sunbar UK

2006-08-19 20:20

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BeanBandit you're right. :o

You found a better picture than I could and those that I found seem to have been modified from standard.

The silver / red finish and front air dam looks right for the HS.

Axeman EN

2009-07-01 12:19

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Definitely an HS, here's what the DVLA have:

The enquiry is complete

The vehicle details for JRL 571W are:

Date of Liability 01 12 2009
Date of First Registration 10 03 1981
Year of Manufacture 1978
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2279CC
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type Petrol
Export Marker Not Applicable
Vehicle Status SORN Not Due
Vehicle Colour SILVER
Vehicle Type Approval null

ingo DE

2009-07-01 12:29

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Again the point of discussion: what "origin" country is correct for that car? Where it was designed and constructed originally? Later on it was assembled and sold by GM under a plenty of different names in many countries around the world.

Just by a short brainstorming I got in my mind:

Opel Kadett C, assembled in D and B
Vauxhall Chevette
Chevrolet Chevette (USA)
Chevrolet Chevette (Brazil)
Holden Gemini
Opel K 180 (Argentina)
Chevrolet Kadett(?), the ZA-version of the Kadett
Isuzu Gemini

Wasn't there something South Korean, too?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-07-01 12:42

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Yes, in South Korea there were the Saehan Maepsy and Gemini, and later the Daewoo Maepsy.
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ingo DE

2009-07-01 12:47

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Ah, thanks. I know we had discussed about it recently.


Could it be, that this car is the car with the second most names in the world? No.1 was this Humber/Singer/Hillman/Paykan-model.

TheHeartbreakKid15 EN

2009-12-07 22:36

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1978

amojak EN

2016-02-16 23:43

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also there was the lesser known Grumett from Uruguay . Unusually they used the same UK style front end and did coupe and pick up truck variants. The body panels were mainly fibreglass.

Most other countries had the chevrolet or kadett front end.

[Image: grummetsport1.jpg]

The chevette in its UK form was also sold in New Zealand. Making it a unique country as it had three variants sold there, the chevette, the holden gemini and the kadett.

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bill

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