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Oldtimertreffen am 22.06.2013 auf dem Petersberg in Nordhausen.

The Opel 1.2-litre is a small car manufactured by Adam Opel AG between 1931 and 1935. The 1.2-litre was replaced in 1935 by the Opel P4 which was broadly similar but employed a new engine and continued in production till December 1937. For just one year, in 1933, the manufacturer also offered the Opel 1.0-litre which was an Opel 1.2-litre with a smaller engine.[1] The Opel 1.2 litre replaced the last version of the Opel Laubfrosch and was itself first complemented and then effectively replaced by the more roomy Opel Kadett which had itself already entered production in 1935.

Opel was Germany’s top auto-producer throughout the 1930s.[2] Between 1932 and 1936 this model was the manufacturer’s top seller.

Source Opel 1,2 Liter
Author Tobias Nordhausen from Sondershausen, Deutschland
Camera location51° 29′ 59.06″ N, 10° 47′ 50.31″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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