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Why is the Vauxhall Calibra not recognised as a great classic car?
The Vauxhall Calibra numbers that are left is alarming, why is such a great classic not recognised as such by most people? It's 27 years now since the launch, which made a very big impact to the motoring world at the time. It won major motor sport events, the first to offer a six speed gearbox (transverse engine). Eliminated turbo lag, first in it's class for space, performance and economy. They held a record for 10 years (lowest drag in the world) and it was one of the very first to be fitted with many safety features like ABS.

Asked on 16 March 2017 by D. Stowe

Answered by Keith Moody
The Vauxhall Calibra is a fine modern classic, especially with a V6 under the bonnet. Now is a great time to grab a good one and put it on the drive. Soon, people will realise what a hidden gem it is.... let's just hope it doesn't take the demise of its manufacturer for values and appreciation to rise.
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