2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
The Bitter SC, a style icon of the 80s, started its career as a safety car in Formula 1 races. Athletes and music stars in particular later became aware of him.
The Bitter SC, developed on the basis of the Opel Senator A, was produced 432 times as a left-hand drive between 1979 and 1989. It officially started in 1980 as a safety car on the occasion of the Formula 1 race in Monaco, and that with an interior made in Italy suitable for luxury cars. At that time, the price of 70,000 marks attracted the German football elite in particular, hits like Heino and the German crowd.
Exclusive rarity for 18,950 euros
Our car of the week, a Bitter SC Coupé, was manufactured in April 1981. Based on the 3.0 liter six-cylinder engine of the Opel Senator, it develops 180 hp at 5,800 rpm. The full-service model has an original mileage of 48,000 kilometers and extremely extensive equipment (including central locking, air conditioning, height-adjustable steering wheel, aluminum rims, power steering, metallic paintwork, electric windows, fog lights, rev counter, heated seats, leather sports seats, radio, cassette). The seller specifies the basis for negotiation of the stainless model in condition 2+ at 18,950 euros, here it is time to take action!
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