Standard Vanguard 1948-1952
When production got going again after World War II, most of Britain's cars were intended for overseas markets.
The Golf was introduced in July 1974 as the replacement for the Beetle. It was sold as the Rabbit in the USA.
The 6 in the designation stand for 6-cyclinders. Bodywork was similar to that of the 140 series. The grille however was narrower and higher on the 6-cylinder models.