The 'real' Opel Kadett coupé has a lower roofline and remarkably raked-up rear side windows with three ventilation slots behind them, popularly called ‘gills’. In 1967, a modified fastback appeared as a coupé with larger, rounder rear side windows.
And if you have consciously experienced the 1970s, you still know the many variants. The two- and four-door sedan, and the most eye-catching is the three-door Kadett estate, christened by Opel Caravan, a forgotten body style that modern marketers would undoubtedly call Shooting Brake.
Opel Kadett B Coupé/wit
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