The reason for selling is just for the fact that I have lost interest, and it hurts to just see the car sitting in the garage when it should be out getting drove. I just want it to go to someone that will enjoy it like it should be.
And for putting gas in, its not the easiest, but there is a slot cut out of the spoiler (made that way) for you to put the nozzle.
Friday 6 11 21 I met with a fellow Opeler for a trip to Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson AZ.
Here we have a Saturn Sky/Opel GT,.. a Buick Regal/Opel Insignia, ..& an original OPEL GT.
The Museum has nearly 300 aircraft from several countries displayed over 80 acres, and in 5 hangars.
I have a '72 GT that is being restored, and I have a locked ignition cylinder (can't turn the steering wheel) and no key for the ignition. I got keys made for the doors, but they don't match. Is this something a locksmith should be able to help me with, or can I remove/replace the ignition...
After fighting for too long to get my factory stamped pan flat and non-leaking I finally just decided to bite the bullet and design up my own aluminum one. Is there any interest in more? I have my first batch coming soon. It's made from 6061, shot-peened and hardcoat anodized aluminum...
After a couple weeks and a couple hundred miles I've come
to the realization that the wagon is waaayyy too noisy so
started down the path of trying to quiet the interior down
some. I priced Dynamat, picked myself up off the floor and
went looking for an alternative. Came across a product