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1969 Original Opel Kadett Rallye
In autumn 1965, the Kadett B replaced its predecessor “A”, and on October 11, 1966, the one millionth Kadett B left the production line in Bochum. A good three weeks later, production of the Rallye Kadett 1100 with a 60 hp 1.1-liter ohv four-cylinder began. The coupé dropped out of the program in 1970.
Even if a Rallye Kadett enjoys the status of an exotic today, in the depths of its being it has always remained an Opel. The technology is clearly structured, but at the same time powerful and downright unreal tough. Thanks to its low weight on the front axle, the Opel Kadett Rallye is magically light-footed and effortless.
This rare model was imported from France 7 years ago. The chassy is in a very good condition, never welded with original steel rims and carburetor system. The Kadett Rallye runs, brakes and runs perfectly. It is guaranteed to generate envy among like-minded people.