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1973 Opel GT for sale
Car was stripped to bare metal in 2010 and repainted, all new everything. Window seals, headliner, 3 point seat belts, carpet and interior. Retro sound model one in dash, 4"X10" retro sound three way speakers in the rear. Optima battery relocated behind driver seat under package self.
1.9 With Weber 32/36, aluminum radiator, Compufire DIX ignition. Stainless exhaust with 2 custom built 304 stainless mufflers and poly hangers. Getrag 5 speed.
BBS 5 1/2" X 14" ET 30, 205/60 R 14 BF Goodrich Traction T/A. One inch lowering sport spring in front, poly bushings, sway bars front and rear, larger 75 calibers up front.
Also have a 2.4 engine with fuel injection we can talk about.
Asking $11,000
Only issues is the headlight mico switch went out last year, I wired a switch in under dash to turn lights on. They just don't com on when lever is moved. Dash has cracked some over the years.

Car runs and drives great, I hate to see it go but I just don't have the room. And a few extra bucks to help finish my 71 GT project would help.

Pictures here, https://www.opelgt.com/photopost/showgallery.php?cat=3595

Build thread here, https://www.opelgt.com/forums/member-projects/25866-my-girl.html

Thanks Pat.
 

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With the Getrag, I'd say $11k is a reasonable enough price. Original rims and seats would make it worth more in my opinion. You should list the 2.4L for sale separately, maybe on Facebook, at the very least as a bargaining chip in case a buyer for the car wants it. A completed 2.4L is worth at least $4k, probably closer to $6k when you consider just a donor 2.4L will cost you roughly $1600 in the US.
 
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