All CIH equipped Euro models had rear sway bars, as did at least 11SR and 12S equipped Kadett B:s.The Rallye and the Wagon model 39 have rear sway bars. Cannot remember if a 1.9 LS or L did, but thinking not. They did not come with front sway bars. A lot of times when you got replacement front A Arms from the dealer, they had sway bar mounts on them. The Kadett Front sway bar mounts from the front compared to a GT that mounted in the rear of the front suspension.
Also I have ran 205/60r13 Yokohamas on a 1968 Kadett Rallye, with 73 GT wheels. They may have been off a 74 Manta though.
There never was a Kadett Sprint, only a Rekord Sprint, the carbs were homologated for rally and race use in the Kadett Rallye. The Commodore GS had a pair of Zenith 35/40INAT carbs, but the bolt pattern is the same as on the DFO, DGV etc so it is possible to use a pair of DFO's. Here is some info of the Kadett Rallye Sprint package: http://www.steinmetz-automobiltechnik.de/pageflip_katalog_70/index.phpI have had a few of the DFO setups, and Otto ran it on his Kadett. I didn't think the Kadett Rallye came with it, but rather the Kadett Sprint model, Rekord Sprint, and Commodore GS...I may be wrong. The setup is basically the same carburetors that Ferrari used, but the DF "O" stands for Opel. The rebuild kits are out there, but there are a lot of other items to these setups that is missing, but not a huge deal. Like braces, air cleaner, then you need a sprint manifold or the new shorty header from OGTS. I had a setup on here that everything was chromed and jetcoated for, but I never ran it. The finish on the carbs is hard to get looking right again, but for $208.00 its a bargain...I would have bought it last week, but I'm kind of over those now.
I was thinking my car was like a factory big block 4 speed car if this was the muscle car world. Mine has radio delete too. On a side note is it normal for the bucket seats to recline? I have never had a 60’s gym with reclining factory seats.What I meant was that there never was a separate Kadett Sprint, they were always Rallyes with the Sprint option. And anyone with a big enough wallet could always order the parts including the badges later from the dealer or Steinmetz. You could say that the Rallye Sprints were a little bit like the COPO Chevrolets.