Unique Opel Rekord A in Bremen
A highlight of the Bremen Classic Motorshow was an open Opel Rekord A.. The one-off was 1964 stripped of its roof by a Frenchman. Perfection was not the claim of the “Coachbuilder”, but the record is still impressive. The Opel was originally intended as an escort vehicle for the Tour de France.
This vehicle was perfect for getting the mechanic out of the car or working on the bike while driving.
The Opel was later used as a beach car on the Cote d´Azur. The house must have been near the beach, because including the Tour de France, the Opel is only about in all these years 10.000 Driven kilometers.
A smart hamburger discovered him there, who often stays in France and speaks the language well enough, to talk the French off their cars. The Opel was for sale in Bremen. For 5.900 Euro there was a classic car without a roof but with an absolute eye-catcher guarantee. With this car, the new owner should be the focus of every meeting.