Vauxhall Astra, BSM
Britain's first practical driving test was in 1935 and BSM student Mr Beene was the first to pass. BSM was founded in 1910 by the Peckham based mechanic Stanley Roberts, and is now the largest driving school in the UK. They use a fleet of approximately four thousand Vauxhalls to give one hundred and seventy thousand new drivers over five million driving lessons every year. Astra's make up around fifteen percent of BSM's fleet, either as 137bhp 1.6 manuals or 137bhp 1.8 automatics. They were introduced to BSM in June 2003 as an option for taller learners or instructors, and have proved very popular.
This model features working suspension
Caution: This item is an adult collectible designed for use by persons 14 years of age and older.