Who made the Opel Kadett?
Kadett A (1962–1965) The Kadett was re-introduced in October 1962, 22 years after the original model was discontinued. In 1957 Opel Product Director Karl Stief was mandated by General Motors headquarters in Detroit to develop “the perfect Anti-Volkswagen” (“einen perfekten Anti-VW”).
How many Opel superboss did South Africa produce?
As such, only 500 examples of the Opel Kadett GSI 16v “Superboss” were ever produced by the then Delta Motor Corporation, and this particular example, licked in a rare shade of “Imola Red” paint and lovingly restored by local Opel aficionado Werner Meyer, belongs to the team over at SentiMETAL – the classic car …
When was the last year the Opel Kadett was made?
The Opel Kadett is a small family car produced by the German automobile manufacturer Opel from 1936 until 1940 and then from 1962 until 1991 (the Cabrio continued until 1993), when it was succeeded by the Opel Astra.
What kind of engine is in Opel Kadett B?
The GT/E’s 1897 cc engine had till 1973 featured in the earlier Kadett B range of power units, but now it incorporated “Bosch L-Jetronic ” fuel-injection.
What’s the price of an Opel Kadett Limousine?
For the first time Kadett buyers, provided they were prepared to choose a “Kadett Spezial” could also specify a four-door “Limousine” (sedan/saloon) bodied car, priced at 2,350 Marks as against 2,150 Marks for a “Spezial Cabrio-Limousine” and 2,100 Marks for a two-door “Spezial Limousine”.
What was the top speed of a 1977 Kadett Rallye?
In September 1977 the 1.9 litre engine was replaced, in the “Rallye” Kadett, with a new enlarged 1979 cc unit. Fitted in the “Kadett Rallye 2.0E” this engine produced 110 PS (81 kW; 108 hp) of power at 5400 rpm, which propelled the car to a top speed of 189 km/h (117 mph), comfortably faster than any previous “Rallye” branded performance Kadett.