The most notable cars at the Auto-Motor Market 2 are, by accident or perhaps on purpose, two convertibles.
As is appropriate, we will start from the older one. one. It is a Chevrolet Corvette C1 that was produced in the period from 1958 to 1960. A classic that almost none of the visitors believed existed in the region and its condition is as if it came off the production line yesterday.
The second, the younger one is from “this side of the ocean” but also from the GM production program.
It is an Opel Ascona C, converted into a convertible version in the Keinath tuner workshop, with the commercial name KC3 and produced in 1985. It is also one of the 11 produced with four seats, modelled after the Monza Cabrio or Keinath KC5.
The white leather interior did not leave anyone indifferent and most visitors are not even aware of the existence of the convertible version of the Ascona.