This Opel 1900 GT is said to have been commissioned by a rich family to Virgilio Conrero, one of the most famous italian tuner of the three decades: from the fifties to the end of the seventies.
This particular car, as the title says, has never been raced: it has been bought as a “toy” and it was driven for 90.000 km since then. As a special order car, it has several features that differentiate it from the stock 1900 GT, starting from the interiors that have rear opening glasses, a leather steering wheel, vinyl and velvet leather seats and a lined rear bench.
Then the engine: it has a Group 1 setup featuring twin Weber carburetors, a performance camshaft, electric fuel pump and an improved ignition, other than a special exhaust system assembly. The body has the “standard” Conrero kit with flared fenders and other special features, like the ATS magnesium wheels. Find it for sale at €44,500 (today $55,000) here in Roncadelle, Italy.