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Bitter SC - The most beautiful Opel that has ever existed.
In 1979, Erich Bitter created with the Bitter SC what all Germans dreamed of:
Visually a Ferrari Coupe with classy design and technically a solid, indestructible Opel Senator 6 cylinder
The Bitter SC was the second model from the German manufacturer Bitter. It replaced the Bitter CD and was also based on high-volume technology from Opel. The official presentation of the Bitter SC Coupé took place in the spring of 1980 on the occasion of the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco, where it was used as a safety car.
The SC was produced from the beginning of 1981 and was available in three body versions over the years. Until production was discontinued in the late autumn of 1989, only 488 copies of the Bitter SC series had been produced. The SC stands for Senator Coupe. The Bitter SC promises considerable potential for appreciation.
This 1984 Bitter SC is one of just 488 coupes built between 1979-1989 and is believed to have been sold new by a General Motors dealership in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia to a doctor in New Brunswick. This example is finished in silver over a stunning and immaculate brown leather and features original Ronal wheels and tyres. Power comes from an Opel-sourced 3.0L inline-six paired with an automatic transmission. A Senator Monza workshop manual is included in the sale. The car’s bodywork presents well, and its paintwork is in generally good condition.
Photos of the underneath can be sent by email - please request if required.