Opel Rekord

The Opel Rekord was a large family car/executive car which was built in eight generations by the German car manufacturer Opel. Between Summer 1953 and 1986 approximately ten million were sold.

In late summer 1986, the Rekord gave way to the Opel Omega.

Read more about Opel RekordNaming, Opel Olympia Rekord (1953–57), Opel Rekord P I (July 1957 – July 1960), Opel Rekord P II (1960–63), Opel Rekord A (1963–65), Opel Rekord B (1965–66), Opel Rekord C (1967–71), Opel Rekord D (1972–77), Opel Rekord E (1977–86)

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