Opel Senator B, Irmscher clone, 3.0 i 24V For Sale in Germany
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    Opel Senator B, Irmscher clone, 3.0 i 24V For Sale in Germany

    Honor gals and guys
    Hartmut offer the verry special Opel Senator B 3.0 i 24V Irmscher Clone.He ask me for a little to show up the offer
    here
    The car get new german tuev inspection last days for two years road worthy.
    Hartmut must rebuild the whole front axle with all new parts.Not cheap.

    I should tell you the history of the Senator here on GT.com so Hartmut will sell also to the USA.
    The Senator was own by three owner before Hartmut.First owner was Opel it self from 1993 March 25 to
    1993 September 30.The a Lady drove it from 1993 November 03 to 2003 January.The last PO own the Senator
    from 2003 April to 2017 when Hartmut brought it.

    The PO install brand new Irmscher wheels with new tires.Allone the Irmscher wheels are worth more then 2000€
    The Senator have run total 230.000 Km but the engine is rebuild at 150.000 Km with all new parts inside.
    Special the whole chaine part come new too.And they install the Omega Irmscher EVO 500 cams.
    All paperwork is included since 1993.

    Have a look at the pictures now and let me know if there is interest.
    Btw. The Senator is Hartmut`s daily driver.

    Und NOW: Here is the price 6.750,00 € obo

    Hi to all who have interest to purchase a real great Opel Senator B Irmscher Clone in best condition.

    Have a look here for more informations.Sorry I can`t show it up here as copie too.
    Maybe the modorators can help?

    Starts in post #55

    https://www.opelgt.com/forums/member...00-km-h-3.html

    Norbert
    Last edited by Gary; 2 Weeks Ago at 09:44 AM.

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    So there is not one question or response to this offer here.
    Maybe Hartmut must give it for free,that "Man in Black"- Car.
    Can anyone tell me how much $$$$ are all the cost to bring souch car from Germany to the States ready to drive at home?
    I have no idear
    I think the cost from Germany to USA is higher as the other route.

    Thanks for responses

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    Well its a nice enough car Norbert, but I'm guessing the no interest could be the cost of shipping. I had a friend that moved
    recently to Spain and said it was cheaper to just buy a car in Spain than ship one from the US. Go figure
    Dan

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    Hi Norbert,
    If I had to guess, I would assume that the lack of interest in these cars for us in the USA is
    not necessarily the cost to import (although that is certainly a factor) but rather the unfamiliarity with
    the model. Also, I think 4-door sedans (even interesting and unique ones like this car) tend to be somewhat
    undervalued by a lot of classic Opel owners. Just my opinion. Wondering what others here think?
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrossjr View Post
    Hi Norbert,
    If I had to guess, I would assume that the lack of interest in these cars for us in the USA is
    not necessarily the cost to import (although that is certainly a factor) but rather the unfamiliarity with
    the model. Also, I think 4-door sedans (even interesting and unique ones like this car) tend to be somewhat
    undervalued by a lot of classic Opel owners. Just my opinion. Wondering what others here think?
    Cheers,
    Ron in Indy
    I was thinking the same thing, Ron.... no interest here in a car that no one in the US ever saw, owned, or drove, unless they lived in Europe for a while.

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    Someone needs to tell Charles about this. He recently imported one for himself, and it’s a real deal Irmscher.
    "Autoholism is an incurable addiction medicated daily with car porn." ~Zeppi

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    unfortunately is the real value of these cars in germany close to zero. 😞

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autoholic View Post
    Someone needs to tell Charles about this. He recently imported one for himself, and it’s a real deal Irmscher.
    Yep, although I would say that Charles is not your average Opeler!
    I think most of us here (in the States) remember the Opels from the 60's-70's-
    cars like the GTs, Mantas, and Kadetts which are very different than the Sens.
    I'm not saying you can't like both, but small sporty coupes and 4-door sedans are quite
    different beasties.
    Cheers,
    Ron in Indy

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    And if someone really wants to drive a RWD big Opel, it's easier and cheaper to buy a Cadillac Catera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commodåren View Post
    And if someone really wants to drive a RWD big Opel, it's easier and cheaper to buy a Cadillac Catera.
    LOL
    Remember this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OpelGT-de View Post
    unfortunately is the real value of these cars in germany close to zero. 😞
    That it is,but the Senator value would be the under paid.With a star on the hood you would get the price what is worth.
    Every time the better car,but the much lower price.
    This Senator here is real a special one.I only not understand why first owner Opel take not digital gauges.Maybe it was a Lopez Car and he make it as a gift to Opel when he go to VW in 1993
    Rolf was it your Staff Car ??

    Oh oh
    Norbert

    Nobody know the costs for shipment?

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    Fact is that Senator B's and especially the C30SE variants are mainly considered as organ donors, there are quite many Mantas, Asconas, Commodores and even Kadett C's that has got its engine from one.

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    I can only tell,that car is real amazing to drive.And the leather breath is like a new car.
    For me in person it would be to much luxury car!
    As a doner it will be to good!The German TüV found not one failure just now.So it is road worthy next two years.
    And the price is OBO by Hartmut
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    Transportation costs will be between US$ 2,600 (RollOn-RollOff) and 3,000 (Container), door to door, if you live anywhere near (500 miles) from the East Coast. A few people here (me included) would be interested a lot, but I think that all these people (me included) have their garages full.

    Sorry ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by norbertone.gt371 View Post
    I can only tell,that car is real amazing to drive.And the leather breath is like a new car.
    For me in person it would be to much luxury car!
    As a doner it will be to good!The German TüV found not one failure just now.So it is road worthy next two years.
    And the price is OBO by Hartmut
    I agree, all too many nice Senators, 24i Omegas, 22i Rekords etc have been slaughtered for their engines. I wish I never sold my ex Omega 24i, it was a great car to drive but it is too late, the buyer bought it for the engine to put it in her Manta A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commodåren View Post
    I agree, all too many nice Senators, 24i Omegas, 22i Rekords etc have been slaughtered for their engines. I wish I never sold my ex Omega 24i, it was a great car to drive but it is too late, the buyer bought it for the engine to put it in her Manta A.
    Don`t forget all the Opel`s they gone to the junkyard when the coverment give the cash for clunkers.
    All this most good cars are missing now.All crashed or export to eastern contrys.
    Here in Germany you must have great luck to see a Omega A 2.4 at all.
    The market is empty empty empty

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