Opel - Opel Kadett

The Opel Kadett name had first been used by Opel before the war with a small engined car in 1936, and this was taken as part of war reparations by the Russians to become the Moskovitch. Opel reintroduced the Kadett name again in 1962. By 1973 teh sporty looking 2 door Kadett (called also Kadett C) was the final small engined Opel to have rear wheel drive. The Kadette D was a more modern looking car built between 1979 and 1984, which was the equivalent of the Vauxhall Astra. The Kadett E was the equivalent of the Vauxhall Astra Mk2 and spanned the years 1984 to 1995.

From 1965 Opel Kadett tyre size was originally listed 155R13 for the smaller capacity models, but an H speed rated 175/70R13 tyre size for all other Kadett models. The Kadett Rallye series of of models (from 1600cc with 75hp to the 2 litre) also fitted the 175/70R13 tyre size. Certainly from 1979 onward every Opel Kadette model was fitted with the 175/70R13 tyre size. Blockley produces a steel belted high speed rated period correct looking 175/70VR13 tyre size, guaranteed to be the best tyre you've driven on - see full details below:

Blockley Products for Opel Opel Kadett



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