What's a Nopel?
I totally agree! For a GT to command the highest price, it needs to be of the highest quality, whether stock, modified, or somewhere in between.Obviously, anyone is free to price their car anyway they wish. With the higher asking price comes the expectation of a better car though.
These guys are probably not very familiar with the Opel GT values, so they tossed out a number that would make this one of the
most expensive GTs that I recall seeing since I've been tracking the prices of these cars. At $35K it almost demands a concours quality vehicle.
Ron in FL
Let's assume that $35K makes sense, but even at a lower top of mark $ amount I would expect a #1 car to be perfect in every way.
I love the color & the wheels, but beyond that, here is a quick list of flaws...
GTJ Rubbers all around
Front Bumperettes crooked
Wrong/Missing License plate bracket
Wrong Gas Cap
Poorly Finished Upholstery
What's All over the wipers?
Poor Quality Radio
Poor Heater Control
Poor Quality Dash Fix
Poor Quality Pedal Rubber
Who's dog chewed the emergency brake?
Poor Quality Steering Wheel Fix
Missing piece under the hood latch
missing plug on right of dash
missing glove box emblem
Wrong Driver Door Card (with plug)
Missing Map Pocket
Poor Paint Quality under hood with drips
Missng Shock Covers
No Air Snorkel
I mean for $35K or a #1 Car, it should be perfect. This car isn't perfect.