Quick Snap // Opel GT

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The 1968-1972 Opel GT was never the best performing or handling car out there even in its heyday, before emissions regulations strangled its already meagre 100 or so horsepower into oblivion.

There might still be something to be said for this often overlooked car though. The basic shape has aged quite well and a combination of rugged Opel Kadett underpinnings plus a basic front engine/rear drive layout would seem to be good starting ingredients for a project car. This particularly immaculate example, riding on some very sexy colour-coded ATS Classic wheels (and possibly with some engine and chassis updates from the looks of it), looks plain *hot* though, sans qualifications. Hot enough to make one wonder, even just for a moment; ‘what if’?

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