The Stroller and the Clubman were the first guitars made by the Vox company. Introduced around 1960, the one pickup Stroller and two pickup Clubman were made for Vox by an Essex cabinetmaker. The first generation (like this one) had a single cutaway body shape, with a three a side head stock. Later models had a Stratocaster body shape and six-in-a-row headstock (although the pickup and controls were the same).
The Stroller had a sycamore neck, but without a truss rod so light strings are essential. Also they came with a small jack plug which many owners upgraded to a standard jack plug.
It was a low budget guitar at the time - apparent from its basic construction and thin body. But it looks great and should be of great interest to Vox collectors.
It sold for £149 in July 2010 on eBay.