For sale is a 1972 Opel GT with 4-speed with manual transmission. Asking $11,500 OBO. It has been garaged, covered, and taken care of, and is a blast to drive. When I take it out for a spin, I always get compliments and exchange stories from folks who have owned one in the past and who wish they had their GT back. The Jolly Rancher green exterior paint is about 4 years old, and the GT was inspected by a 3rd party mechanic less than a year ago. The heater works well, but no A/C in these classics. The radio is also original and turns on, but doesn't get much reception, but I'd rather hear the engine anyway. The driver's side door doesn't lock. This car is a classic and has no power steering. It is a small car on the outside, but I'm 6'3" and fit pretty well in it, and it feels similar to the size of a Triumph GT6 or Alfa Romeo. It has a clear KS title, has passed all KS HW patrol inspections, and is fully insured. If you would like more details, feel free to email me. Here are the specs on the 1972 Opet GT: Top Speed: 98 mph @ 5000 rpm Curb Weight: 1863 lbs Engine: 1.9 liter (1897 cc) Horsepower: 90hp @ 5,200 rpm Torque: 111 lbs.ft. @ 3,400 rpm Drive Train: 4-speed Manual Brakes: Disc/Drum Test drives can be arranged locally with valid driver's license and proof of insurance... but no joyrides please. ----- 1972 Opel GT for sale. Very rare and in great condition. Corvette styling with German engineering. In the 1970's, Road & Track Magazine compare the Opel GT with the likes of Porsche, Triumph GT6, MGB GT, & Karman Ghia, and it scored in the top 2 or 3 in every category.