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The Opel Manta was never badged as a Vauxhall. True, there was a Vauxhall Cavalier coupe and 'Sportshatch', which used the same bodyshells, but those were dropped in 1981, the same year in which Opel dealerships merged with Vauxhall ones. The Manta was the last car to be sold as an Opel in the UK, when it was dropped in 1988. (The Senator was rebadged as a Vauxhall in 1984, but the Monza remained an Opel until it was dropped two years later.)
This site has the history of the Manta, and the Cavalier equivalents. Quiensabe 20 Jan 2005 17:02
There seems to be some confusion regarding the Shinjin Royale, Saehan Rekord Royale, Daewoo Royale, Daewoo Prince, Daewoo Royale Duke, Royale XQ, and Daewoo Imperial. These were all based on the Opel Rekord/Commodore, in spite of what the German editors say on their Wikipedia page. The Opel Ascona was never built in Korea. I have removed all the offending references. ⊂ Mr.choppers ⊃ (talk) 21:08, 1 August 2010 (UTC)
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The Lancia 037 article (and top gear) claim that the Lancia 037 was the last RWD victor in WRC - maybe this needs to be reworded? In 1983, Audi won drivers champ, but Lancia won the constructors champ... — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 23:53, 22 March 2013 (UTC)