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    Opel Manta A series Berlinetta


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    Overview

    Introduced in October 1972, the Berlinetta was designed to appeal to those seeking the ultimate in Manta A series luxury.
    It had the 1.9S engine, a vinyl roof, a sunroof (Webasto or steel), nylon cloth upholstery, sports wheels, headrests, driver's door mirror, rubber strips on the bumper, and a rev counter instead of a clock.
    The cloth interiors are highly prone to sun damage and excessive wear; frequently they are replaced with plain black vinyl SR or Deluxe interiors.


    Identifying Features

    • 1900cc engine as standard (1600cc optional)
    • Colour coded velour interior with imitation wood cappings on the door and rear quarters
    • Colour coded headlining & sun visors
    • Colour coded carpet
    • Colour coded boot carpet
    • Colour coded vinyl roof
    • Full-width rubber inserts on front and rear bumpers
    • Sports steering wheel
    • Dashboard tachometer (rev counter)
    • H1 Halogen headlamps
    • 13 x 5.5J Sports wheels (rostyles)
    • 185/70HR 13 tyres
    • "Berlinetta" script badge on front wings
    • "1900" badge on front wings
    • 3.44 - 1 rear axle

    Colour combinations for the Berlinetta

    Body Colour Interior Trim Vinyl Roof Cover
    Tarragona Red Maroon Maroon
    Monza Blue Dark Blue Dark Blue
    Cosmos Blue Dark Blue Dark Blue
    Bronze Beige Brown

     

     

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    Edited by mantaray

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