Opel Super 6
In 1937 the Opel Super 6 was presented to the public together with the Opel Admiral. It was a conventional design with a drame body which allowed variable coachwarks. After just under two years and ca. 46,000 completed units it was replaced by the Opel Captain which, for the first time, had a self-supporting body. The car is powered by a 2.5 liter 6-cylinder engine with 55 hp.