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1973 Opel Admiral

1973 Opel Admiral

Opel Admiral Tyres


  • Longstone's recommendation for the Opel Admiral is the 205/70VR14 Michelin XWX, offering the best experience of all tyres in the size.
  • For these tyres we recommend the Michelin 14F inner tube.

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    Opel Admiral Recommended Tyres


  1. 205/70VR14 Michelin XWX
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    205/70VR14 Michelin XWX

    Starting at £380.40 £317.00

  2. Michelin 14F Offset Valve Inner Tube
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    Michelin 14F Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £21.60 £18.00


  3. Other Options for Opel Admiral Tyres


  4. 205/70WR14 PIRELLI CINTURATO
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    205/70 WR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  5. 205/70 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A
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    205/70 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A

    Starting at £170.40 £142.00

  6. 225/60 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A
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    225/60 SR 14 B.F.Goodrich Radial T/A

    Starting at £165.60 £138.00

  7. 205/70VR14 Vredestein Classic
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    205/70 VR 14 Vredestein Classic

    Starting at £286.80 £239.00

  8. 205/70 HR 14 Camac HP70
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    205/70 HR 14 Camac HP70
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  9. 205/70HR14 Galaxy Whitewall
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    205/70 HR 14 Galaxy Whitewall

    Starting at £110.40 £92.00

  10. Set of 4 205/70WR14 PIRELLI CINTURATO
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    Set of 4 205/70 R14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  11. Set of 5 205/70WR14 PIRELLI CINTURATO
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    Set of 5 205/70 R 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36
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  12. 205/70R14 Michelin XWX
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    Set of 4 205/70R14 Michelin XWX

    Starting at £1,402.80 £1,169.00

  13. 205/70 R 14 Michelin XWX
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    Set of 5 205/70 R 14 Michelin XWX

    Starting at £1,680.00 £1,400.00

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History of the Opel Admiral

The first Admiral was unveiled at the Berlin Motor Show in early 1937, but manufacturing did not commence until the end of the year, with only eight made that year. The vehicle was an effort to compete with premium automobiles like Horch, Mercedes-Benz, and Maybach in the expanding 3.5-litre class. However, it was far less expensive than comparable-sized and powered vehicles from these premium manufacturers, which along with its generously proportioned but technically uncomplicated chassis made it popular among coachbuilders.

The car was driven by a newly built 3,626 cc straight-six engine with a maximum output of 74 horsepower and a claimed maximum speed of 82 mph for standard-bodied cars. With the onset of the war in October 1939, production ceased more suddenly than in the case of several smaller Opel passenger vehicles. The military required that every 3,626 cc engine produced by Opel be installed in an Opel 3.5 tonne Blitz vehicle for military usage.


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