Opel Rekord P1 – green beige with black roof
The “P” stood for Panorama and meant the Rekord P1, which Opel presented in Rüsselsheim in August 1957. The body immediately appeared modern - the popular two-tone paintwork added even more elegance. The large windshield, but also the unusually wide rear glazing underlined the completely new Opel design at the time. Added to this was the strikingly curved bend in the trim strip in front of the rear axle. The similarity to the American Buick was striking. The record P1 was to prove to be a sales success for both domestic and international business. Opel sold around a million units of this model series between 1957 and 1962.
Green beige body, silver chassis. Pearl white interior. Roof printed black. Rims, radiator grille and side door handles as well as trim strip are silver-plated. “Rekord” lettering printed in silver on the rear. Silver Opel logo on the hood. Front headlights in silver, rear lights printed in red.
|Manufacturer price:||13,99 €|