Cleanest Around: 1973 Opel GT

February 13, 2014 – 08:47 am
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This 1973 Opel GT looks to be one of the finest examples we have seen for sale in quite some time. The seller states it has only 31k original miles and is all original except for paint, which is said to be a high-quality job done 3 years ago. Find it for sale here on eBay in Marietta, Georgia.

The paint looks to have great depth in the photos, and compared to the 1970s gold and orange these came in, the medium yellow color works quite well. There is some overspray around the tail pipes, but otherwise this job looks pretty solid, and we applaud the seller including underbody photos.

Inside, the original wood steering wheel is intact, and the dash looks to be free of cracks. The overall condition of the interior is impressive – both seats almost look as though they’re fresh from the showroom. The small lever forward of the shifter is actually the control to operate the GT’s unique flip-over headlights.

Source: The best vintage and classic cars for sale online | Bring a Trailer

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