1969 Opel GT 1.9
Cool little affordable collectors sports car, which is rare
The headlights sometimes break free from their mounts.
It is designed to run on leaded fuel, so it pings quite a bit.
The exhaust and body are not just prone to rust, but actually have some sort of mystical power to attract it.
Replacing the battery is nearly impossible.
Great little collector car that can be bought at a good price.
Find one without a crease or dent near the front hood scoops, and it's rare.
Handles relatively well - albeit slow and sloppy compared to the newer cars out there.
Great looks. Take off the Opel labels and slap on some Ferrari labels, paint it red and inside make it black, and those who don't know too much will believe you are in a Ferrari.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th June, 2006
The Opel GT was styled to resemble a miniature Corvette.
It was a nice looking little car, not much of an engine though (like most small sports cars of its day - MG's Triumphs etc.)
The styling of the Opel predated the "swoopy" Corvettes.
The "swoopy Corvettes" debuted as 1968 models, check your facts dude!