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Vauxhall is a British automobile manufacturer founded in 1857 as a coachbuilder.
In 1903, the company acquired the rights to manufacture the Hillman and Humber brands of the Rootes group, and continued to produce vehicles under those names until 1975 when they were discontinued.
The car manufacturer Opel is one of the oldest in Germany, while Vauxhall is one of the oldest car manufacturers in the UK.
But here's where the difficulty comes in - the Vauxhall brand sells Opel cars under its own name in the UK.
Why is this difficult, you ask?
Because if the US, Australia and Canada are separate markets, then the UK is in Europe, where Opel has a dominant position.
During WWII, Vauxhall ceased car production and began building Churchill tanks.
About 8, 000 tanks were built by Vauxhall alone, and most of them proved to be reliable and durable.
After WWII, passenger car production continued, with Vauxhall building and designing nearly all of its models well into the 1960s.
Then troubles fell upon the homeland, and very serious ones.
Increasing economic turmoil in the UK, as well as declining build quality and increased strikes in the late 1960s and early 1970s, meant that Vauxhall sales were in decline.
On the contrary, Opel's business prospered thanks to the economic miracle experienced by West Germany during the same period.
It was at this time that GM decided that Vauxhall should adopt Opel-made products and rebrand them as their own in order to save the company.
The last all-British Vauxhall car was the FE Series Victor, which was produced until 1972.
Although opposed by many, the Opel-based Vauxhall brought much-needed improvements in design, build quality and performance, effectively boosting Vauxhall sales once again.
Vauxhall became true competitors to Ford, quickly approaching Ford and British Leyland in popularity.
The rest, as they say, is history. British Leyland failed, as we all know, but Vauxhall did not.
Mostly because of the great Opel cars they were selling.
Now, naturally, Vauxhall makes minor cosmetic changes from time to time to distinguish their cars from those of Opel.