Vauxhall - Vauxhall Ventora

The Vauxhall Ventora was available from early 1968 as the combination of the Victor FD into which the 6 cylinder 3.3 litre engine from the Cresta was installed, resulting in the Ventora. It was the best performing of the Vauxhall range and at a price that was also attractive in the showroom. Advertising man Murray Walker was on the Vauxhall account at the time and came up with the Ventora name,  which was a convoluted mixture of Victor and Cresta, from which it was born from. Although not a big success, it pointed the way for bigger 6 cylinder engines in every day saloons, something that BMW and Mercedes became masters at. The Vauxhall Ventora lasted in production until 1976.

Tyre size for Vauxhall Ventora was 185/70R14 originally. Blockley produces the perfect good speed rated 185/70VR14 tyre to suit. Details below:

Blockley Products for Vauxhall Vauxhall Ventora


Blockley Radial

£98.00 (£117.60 inc. VAT)

175/185x14 Standard Inner Tube

Blockley Standard Inner Tube

£10.00 (£12.00 inc. VAT)