The black Vauxhall DX Light Six Saloon 14 HP from 1936, six cylinders, 1781 cc, max. speed 140 km/h.
The Vauxhall Light 6 is an automobile which was produced by Vauxhall in the United Kingdom from 1933 to 1938.
The model was revised in 1935 and given new designations although they kept the same engines. The chassis was re-designed with Dubonnet type independent front suspension enabling the engine to be moved forwards.
A revised version appeared in 1937 with a curved radiator grille and pressed-steel wheels replacing the wire-spoked ones.
20,026 of the earlier cars and 39,537 of the post 1937 version were produced.