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Opel GT

1971 Opel GT in Scottish Higlands by Dan Middleton | show original size

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Opel GT is the two seat sports car which is first introduced in the market in 1965 as styling exercise but later released as production model in the year 1968. In the year 1969 it has its entries in the magazines for the speed of 0 to 96 km /h in just 10.8 seconds. The top speed is noted down as 182 km/h. However, for the increasing race distance, the car has taken its shape to refill the gaps. Eventually the final models are built on front engine and rear wheel drive layouts. The most interesting attributes about this is the headroom and legroom are large making it suitable for a person of above 6 feet. The final models released in the market give a crazy look with the 18 inches alloy wheels. The roadster in the GT is now excellently fitting into the sports person requirements for a trendy car.

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