Old German Cars: Opel Manta A (recovery with Driftcar Trailer)Part 2
this video is about my tamiya ta-06 chassis with the Opel manta body. It need help, because it would not start. it get help from my rc 6x6 racetruck and the "special" rc driftcar trailer
2015 Opel Insignia FL BiTurbo (195hp) - 0-230 km/h acceleration (1080p)
Fast Autobahn acceleration test with the facelifted 2014/2015 Opel Insignia Biturbo 2.0 CDTI delivering 195 hp and 400 Nm of torque through a conventional and nice shifting 6-speed manual transmission. Similar to the Volvo that I test drove a few days ago I was anticipating this drive for a long long time. Not only was I interested to see how good Opels Bi-turbo Diesel actually goes but also to experience the improvements that the Facelift in 2013/2014 had brought. Point 1: The engine is very punchy and fuel efficient (6.5/100km over all). Point 2: The improvements in technology and quality are really noticeable in the inside, especially the new steering wheel (premium feel) and the "virtual dashboard" are making this car special! But enough for today, now I want to hear your thoughts about the car. Please make sure to LIKE / COMMENT / SUBSCRIBE and don't miss the full Drive & Sound coming out next week!
Opel Manta 400 donuts - WWW.OPEL-CLUB.GR
Original Opel Manta 400 doing a few burnouts at the 6th National RWD.OPEL-CLUB.GR meeting in Katerini, Greece, on September 1st, 2013. This Manta originally belonged to Rolf Petersen in Germany and was later sold in Greece to Gakis Kalemtzakis. The car belongs now to Mr. Damigos in North Greece.
Opel Ascona 400 M5 and Opel Manta 400 M3 Drifting Retro Stock #3
BMW M5 powered Opel Ascona 400 and BMW M3 powered Opel Manta 400 Drifting compilation of clips from Mark and Fergal @Retrostock #3