Opel is a German company that has been building cars for a long time. GM runs the show so the only new Opels we see on these shores today are rebadged as Buicks. Back in the sixties and seventies you could actually buy an Opel branded car though. Their most popular offering was the GT which some have dubbed the “baby Corvette”, but they also built a few other models. If you have a thing for these cars, there is a whole slew of them listed for sale in Riverside, California. Thanks goes to reader P. Trout for the submission.
This red GT is very rough and missing parts, so it might be best used as a parts car. The seller is asking $750.
Here is another beat-up GT and $600 takes it.
This GT race car is claimed to be running, but not drivable. It was apparently drag raced by Opels Unlimited in the past. Asking $800. Opels Unlimited has been accumulating hundreds of cars over the years, so we assume these cars are all from their pick-a-part yard.
This is the last GT listed and it is equipped with a euro body kit and German import 2 liter. We assume this one is drivable considering the $2,000 price tag.
Next, we have this 1974 Opel Manta Rallye. It is missing the engine and the seller is asking $600.
Here is a 1971 Opel 1900 Ascona A for $750.
Finally, we have this Opel Kadett for $1,500. Everyone knows about Opel’s “Baby Corvette”, but did you know they also built a “Baby Baracuda”?