This is a beautiful Opel Commodore A 2500S Coupé from 1971 The car has been in the Netherlands since 2001 and has had only ééone owner here. The car has been restored in the past and is in very original condition and still looks great. The combination of the white paint and the vinyl on the roof gives the car a stunning look that is totally period appropriate. The car has only driven a few miles in the last ten years as is endorsed by the inspection reports that are present with the car. Therefore, the car has recently had a major service and the Commodore runs exactly as it should again. The paint has been repainted once already due to cosmetic reasons and still looks neatly cared for. The body has nice thin sheet metal én very important: no rust. The chrome trim fits nicely and is also in good condition. The car stands on the original steel wheels which are equipped with original hubcaps. The interior of the Commodore looks beautiful. The interior is covered with a combination of red trim on the seats and sofas and black carpets. It makes a nice contrast and the whole thing is in wonderful original condition. The same goes for the dashboard and instruments. The instruments and controls not only look beautiful but function as they should. The headliner is also in good condition. The technique is neatly cared for over the years. As a result, the engine runs beautifully. The 2.5 liter six-in-line delivers 120 hp and in this case is coupled to a three-speed automatic transmission. The automatic shifts wonderfully smoothly and fits well with the Commodore's relaxed handling. The brakes and suspension are well up to the task and contribute to the comfortable ride. The car comes with a photo series with the car endorsing the work done and all MOT reports from 2001 to now. In short, a beautiful Opel Commodore 2500S Coupé with the beloved automatic transmission that is in good condition both optically and technically.